Brian Joseph White is an American actor and producer best known for his role as Patrick Thomas in the comedy-drama, The Family Stone (2005). White is also known for playing Evan Lancaster in a 2019 drama television series Ambitions.
BRIAN J. WHITE INFO
Brian Joseph White was born on April 21, 1975 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
White stands at a height of 1.88 m.
White has been married to his wife Paula Da Silva since 2010. The couple are blessed with a daughter named Layla Simone White who was born in 2014.
White has an estimated net worth of $ 1.5 million US dollars. Known for The Family Stone, White amasses his net worth from his acting career.
White and his wife Paula Da Silva have a daughter named Layla Simone White who was born in 2014.
BRIAN J. WHITE FAMILY AND EDUCATION
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, White is the son of Estela Bowser, a financial advisor, and Jo Jo White, a basketball player with the Boston Celtics Hall of Fame, sports executive and restaurateur. Brian is the eldest of six children. He is a graduate of Newton South High School and Dartmouth College, where he was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
BRIAN J. WHITE CAREER
White began acting in several television series such as Moesha, The Parkers, Spyder Games, Second Time Around and The Shield. He then moved into film roles, appearing in The Family Stone, Brick, The Game Plan, Stomp the Yard and In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale. He had a recurring role as Lt. Carl Davis on Moonlight.
White appeared in the 2009 films Fighting and 12 Rounds. He starred in I Can Do Bad All By Myself, followed by a regular role in the Men of a Certain Age series. In 2011, he starred in The Heart Specialist and Politics of Love. He then began touring with David E. Talbert’s play What My Husband Doesn’t Know.
The tour ran from May 8 to December 18. He became the co-host of the UNCF national tour ‘Empower Me’ and starred in the music video for Monica’s song ‘Until it’s Gone’. He appeared in Good Deeds and The Cabin in the Woods in 2012. In 2015, White appeared in the television series Scandal as Olivia Pope’s love interest. White currently has a recurring role as Captain Dallas Patterson on NBC’s Chicago Fire Season 4.
BRIAN J. WHITE MOVIES
- 1999 The Best Man, Extra
- 2000 Something to sing about, Robert
- 2001 Me and Mrs. Jones, Tracy Wainwright
- 2003 Redemption, Christian Rayne
- 2004 Tre: The Escort, Trent Meyer
- 2004 Sig. 3000, T-Rex
- 2005 Brick, Brad Bramish
- 2005 Dirty, Detective Sayed
- 2005 The Family Stone, Patrick Thomas
- 2006 DOA: Dead or Alive, Zack
- 2007 Motives 2, Donovan Cook
- 2007 Stomp the Yard, Sylvester
- 2007 Daddy’s Little Girls, Christopher
- 2007 The game plan, Jamal Webber
- 2007 In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, Commander Tarish
- 2008 Mama Black Widow Otis Tilson
- 2008 The Trunk Anthony Blackmon
- 2009 12 round, detective Hank Carver
- 2009 Fighting, Evan Hailey
- 2009 I can hurt myself, Randy
- 2011 The heart specialist, Dr. Ray Howard
- 2011 Politics of Love, Kyle Franklin
- 2012 Good deeds, Walter Deeds
- 2012 The Cabin in the Woods, Daniel Truman
- 2013 And then there was you Darrell Brent
- 2015 Walter Darren
- 2015 My five favorites, Christopher Michaels
- 2015 Where children play Jeremy
- 2016 Just for one night William
- 2018 Amateur Vince
BRIAN J. WHITE TV PROGRAMS
- 2000 Moesha, Gabe
- 2004 Second time, Nigel Muse
- 2004 The Shield, Detective Tavon Garris
- 2006 In Justice, Scott Burrows
- 2007 Football Wives, Kyle Jameson
- 2007 Moonlight, Lt. Carl Davis
- CSI 2009: Miami, Kurt Sabin
- 2010 Men of a certain age, Marcus
- 2011 Body of Proof, Brian Hall
- 2012 Beauty and the Beast, Joe Bishop
- 2013 Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse, Eric
- 2013 Hostages, Colonel Thomas Blair
- 2014 Hawaii Five-0, Jason Hollier
- Dresses of 2015, Garrett Brady
- Scandalo del 2015, Franklin Russell
- 2015 Mistresses, Blair
- 2015 Chicago Fire, Dallas Patterson
- 2015 with this ring, Damon
- 2015 Another period, Chauncey Alistair
- 2016 Cologne, George
- 2017 Ray Donovan, Jay White
- 2018 Preso, Julius Vox
- Ambitions 2019, Evan Lancaster