Movie Credits: Breaking Free as Clay (1995)
Get A Job as Mike (1998)
The Party as The Husband (2000)
Pissed as Jay (2005)
NOTE: These credits are not mentioned in his credits section.
Brian's hair color is dusty blonde.
Brian and his wife had their first child, Jamen, in 1996.
Brian's nickname is B.K. and 'The Blue Flamer'.
Brian does smoke occasionally.
He got cornered in a Burger King bathroom once by a bunch of 12-year-old girls. They were screaming, "You're Leo, you're Leo!"
Due to budget cuts for Charmed's eighth and final season, Executive Producer, Brad Kern, was only able to get Brian's character, Leo, on for the first ten and the two finale episodes of Charmed. This was explained by, Leo being "frozen", until the the Charmed Ones defeated the "Ultimate Bad". His co-star, Dorian Gregory, was dropped all together from Charmed's final season, by saying his character, Darryl, had moved to the East Cost.
Played and Lettered in soccer at Orange Coast College in 1987, and scored four goals as a midfielder and forward.
Brian enjoys jam sessions on his harmonica. He and some friends play evil sexy music late Friday nights in some dark dingy rehearsal on the West Side. According to Brian their matra is dark, evil and sexy.
Brian has just written, produced and directed his first short movie called The Mission. He also stars in its leading role. He plays an alcohol-drinking, cigarette-smoking, bimbo-bedding, gun-carrying man in search of missing links to his past.
Brian hates shows like The Bachelor and shows that have dating games and and that sort of stuff he says quote: they give kids the impression that it's ok to slut around on TV and anywhere else.
Prefers dogs to cats, because they are fun to play with.
The most outrageous piece of clothing Brian ever wore in public was a pair of skin tight rainbow pants.
Before becoming an actor, Brian worked as a bakery truck driver.
Brian is 5' 11" (1.80 m) with green eyes.
He is a keen football player.
Other interests of Brian, are basketball, tennis and playing scrabble. He loves golfing and auto racing.
Brian Thomas Krause was born on February 1st, in El Toro, California, graduated from El Toro High School in 1987 and has an older brother called Patrick.
Originally auditioned for the role of Andy Trudeau in Charmed.
Brian and his wife, Beth Bruce, divorced in 2000.
He originally wanted to study medicine and he was considering a career in sports medicine. A guy in his junior High Physical Education class was bullying him so he took acting lessons to avoid him.
Brian has had roles in the following movies: December, Stephen King's Sleepwalkers, The Liar's Club, Kiss Of Fate, Sight Unseen and Mind Games.
Brian Krause: (on giving advice to his Charmed co-stars) These three women [Alyssa, Rose and Holly] are pretty strong women. They do not come to me for advice! They've had to learn on their own how not to be pushed around, so I don't think any of them need advice from me or anybody else really.
Brian Krause: (on what he did prior to playing Leo on Charmed) I've done a lot of different jobs. Driving a bakery truck was pretty goofy. Crawling under houses wasn't fun. Roofing, electrical? Those aren't so bad, but driving a bakery truck pretty much sucked. I was "the pie guy!"
Brian Krause: (on what the Charmed Ones are really like) You want dirt? You want me to be the fall guy? No way! Okay, I will tell you Alyssa is the biggest flirt. She loves everybody.
Brian Krause: (on his hairstyles in high school) In high school, I went through, like, 10 different changes. I went from jock to Flock of Seagulls guy to ska guy to break-dance guy. One day, I came into school with my Flock of Seagulls hair, and this guy said, "Dude, wipe the hair spray off your forehead." I was mortified. I never wore my hair like that again.
Brian: I can't guess what Paramount and The WB were doing, whether it was money or whether they brought other characters in or whatever. I don't know if they were trying to groom talent to go on to something else. I don't know. For me, honestly, it turned out to be a blessing, really, to go out and work on my short movie and work on a couple of other projects. So they kind of did me a favor by being able to get out there and get into pilot season.