Brian T. Arnold is a writer, actor, and director. In 2018, his feature script "Friend of the Show" won the Launch Pad Feature Competition and landed him on the Young & Hungry List and the Hit List. He's also placed in the Semifinals of the Nicholl Fellowship, the second round of the Austin Film Festival, and was a finalist of the Road Map Route One Feature Competition. In 2017, Arnold co-wrote and starred in Open Houses, a comedic web series about two friends who create fake personas to crash swanky open houses they’d never be able to afford. All episodes can be seen at www.openhousestheseries.com. Arnold studied improv and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and wrote for a sketch team at iO West and for the CBS Diversity Comedy Showcase. He also wrote and performed at for shows at Second City, the LA Scripted Comedy Festival, NYC Sketchfest, and the Comedy Central Stage. Arnold was born and raised in West Virginia, where he attended Concord University. He now lives in Los Angeles and is doing his best. He's repped by Romark Entertainment and Verve Talent & Lit.
Dash Aiken, Rock Shaink
Dash Aiken, Rock Shaink (Romark Entertainment)
David Boxerbaum, Nicky Mohebbi, Kyle Jensen
David Boxerbaum, Nicky Mohebbi, Kyle Jensen (Verve Talent & Lit)