Joel Bryant's first TV role was on
"Unsolved Mysteries" playing Albuquerque cop Rick Foley.
Joel's TV credits include: "The Defenders," "Criminal Intent: Suspect Behavior," "Eleventh Hour, " "E-Ring, " "Las Vegas," "Threshold, " "Sweet Valley High, " "Cut
To The Chase, " and "Hillers."
Joel's film career started with independent film festival award-winners: "Gone
But Not Forgotten" (over 30 cities worldwide), "Long Term Relationship"
(50 cities worldwide and counting), "Journeyman" (Idaho, North Carolina,
San Francisco), "Souvenir" (Los Angeles, Berkeley), "Matrimonium"
(Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, New York), "Phoenix" (Tucson, Philadelphia),
"Anonymity" (London, Los Angeles), and "The Spirithunter"
(Key West, Telluride).
These led to roles in: "The Heartbreak Kid ," "Music
Within," "Baby Blues," "Gone, But Not Forgotten,"
"Valkyrie," "Loaded," "Matrimonium, "
"Long-Term Relationship," "Deadly Impact, " and "Ashes" to name a few.
"Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior" Joel Bryant (Guest Star) as Clark Page - Serial Killer
"Harry's Law: Les Horribles"
Joel Bryant (Guest Star) as Adrian Terrace - Killer
Bryant as Chad (the keyboardist) in the Randy Disher Band
In the actual song "Don't
Need A Badge," there is no keyboard sound.
Joel had to fake playing keyboard for
a song that had no keyboard in it. How good of an actor is he? He's never played
keyboard in his life. So he had to fake like he knew how to play keyboard to fake
playing keyboard in a song that had no keyboard.
Joel Bryant as Detective Stander
Joel Bryant as ex-patriot PJ. Directed by Deven Green
Joel Bryant as John Stone
BEHIND THE SCENES
"To Live And Die"
"Cut to the Chase"
"Life, Death & Mini-Golf"
Joel Bryant has a wealth of voice-over and ADR experience
(in fact, the Farrelly Brothers called him "the voice" on the set of
"The Heartbreak Kid."). His deep but laid-back tones reflect his Mid-West
upbringing and denote a source of friendly reason for those that hear him. Having
been trained in Shakespeare and performed theatre to solid reviews, Joel can bring
an enunciated authority, but is also adept at displaying an "Everyman"
attitude and tone.
comic chops range from years of improv training to treading the stand-up stages
throughout the Southwest. Because of this, and his many sketch shows, he's very
adept at character voice work and accents. He can do dead-pan, authority, upper-
and lower-class, caffeinated and energetic, classic testosteroned "truck
show" announcer, shy lower-tiered neurotic, and unique spins on any characters
in-between. He can do most regional U.S. and a good amount of foreign tones (Canadian,
Scottish, Austrailian, German). Voice-work
characters for "The Howard Stern Show" and "Mancow In The Morning"
-- Lead character
in "The Cubes" (MySpace TV's first animated series)
Lead in Beau L'Amour's audiodrama "Louis L'Amour's The Diamond of Jeru"
American dub for the Russian hit film "Mirror Wars: Reflection One"
Commercials for Hasbro, Discovery Channel, NFL Network
VO for industrials for Coastal Training Technologies, JobSmart, and James Standfield
-- ADR recordist for
films ("Her Minor Thing," "Music Within," "Knight to
for podcasts "Betty Bowers" "The Adventures of Dr. Floyd"
and "Feast of Fun."
you like audio adventures?
Joel is the lead, Mike Kardec, in Beau L'Amour's "The
Diamond of Jeru" out later this year as an audio-drama. (The role was played
by Billy Zane in the USA movie of the same name).