Brian was born in Cleveland, OH on February 6, 1971. He is a talented actor that has done commercial works, television, films, and theatre. Brian can be scene playing the role of Arwin on the hit Disney Channel TV series, "The Suite Life of Zack & Cody", in…more
In an interview Cole Sprouse says that Brian Stepanek makes him laugh the most.
Brain was in a couple Advil commercials.
Brian attended the Disney Channel New Year's Eve Sing-along Bowl-athon.
Brian's New Year's resolution for 2007 is not to sing on stage with Phill Lewis again.
Brian has done many additional voices in a variety of video game titles.
Brian, along with Phil Lewis, is an announcer for the Disney Channel Games 2006.
Brian can be seen as a True Value employee in the True Value "Squirrels" commercial.
Brian will star in a spinoff of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody called Housebroken as Arwin, the role he currently plays on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
The name Brian is of Celtic/Gaelic origin. The name Brian means, "Strong One".
Brian also has the same birthday as Tom Brokaw.
Brian provided several voices for NBC's first prime-time animated TV series, Father of the Pride.
Brian played the role of Lee Atwater in the one man theatre production; Fixin' to Die: A Visit to the Mind of Lee Atwater, in Chicago, IL.
Brian played the role of Arnaud Du Tilh in the theatre production; The House of Martin Guerre, in Chicago, IL.
Brian's wife is Parisa Stepanek.
Brian's height is 6' 1" (1.85 m) .
Brain can do the following dialects: Standard British, Cockney, German, French, and Irish.
Brian played the role of Neil in the theatre production Fiorello, in Los Angeles, CA.
Brian is one of the very few actors/actresses that does not have an article on Wikipedia.
Brian has the same birthday as Axl Rose of Guns n' Roses.
Brian has been in commercials for selling stuff like Miller Lite, Mastercard, Sirius Radio, Walgreens, Dairy Queen, and Penzoil.
Brian is into basketball, soccer, tennis, football, and ping pong.
Brian played the role of Cornelius in the theatre production Hello Dolly! in Oakbrook, IL.
Brian was an Ensemble Member in the theatre production The Second City National Touring Company in Chicago, IL.
Brian received training from Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY, Second City Training Center in Chicago, IL, and Act One Studios in Chicago, IL.
Brian's birthstone would be the Amethyst.
Brian's Zodiac Sign is Aquarius.
Brian's Chinese Zodiac Sign is the Pig.
Brian was in the musical Hamlet: The Musical as Laertes, while he was living in Chicago, IL.
Brian was in the musical Sondheim's Company as Bobby, while he was living in Chicago, IL.
Brian won Chicago's prestigious Joseph Jefferson Award for his role of Bill Snibson in Me & My Girl.
Brian is the voice of the OK button for Direct TV.
Brian is the voice for Legoland character Miniland Stan.
Brian is the spokesperson of an online (and off) phonebook called Dex.
Brian has appeared in Dairy Queen's commercials "Flamethrower" and "Hoops".
Brian has appeared in the DiGiorno commercial "Hot Stuff Boxers".
Brian has appeared in the Miller Lite commercial "It's Raining Beer".
Brian played the role of Gandu Three Echo in the 2005 film The Island.
Brian was a voice in the video game title Jade Empire.
Brian was an Additional Voice Over in the video game title Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Brian was a voice in the video game title Lionheart.
Brian was Officer #3 in the 2002 film Friday After Next.
Brian played the role of a Parole Board Marshall in the 2002 film Murder by Numbers.
Brian played the role of Peter in the 2001 film Kissing Jessica Stein.
Brian played the role of Frankie in the 2001 film The Seventh Sense.
Brian played the role of Deputy Assailant in the 1999 film Children of the Struggle.