Brian Austin Green quickly gained overnight fame as he endeared himself to millions as the sweet and naïve David Silver on the teen phenomenon Beverly Hills 90210. As an actor, director and producer on the show, his resume is as extensive as it is versatile.

As a child, he entered the fifth grade with music as his focus at Thirty Second Street School for the Performing Arts and with USC Film School around the corner, Brian was soon starring in student films, signed with a prestigious children's agency and has not looked back since.

Brian can currently be seen on the FX hit Anger Management opposite Charlie Sheen. Brian joins the show midway through their 100-episode run playing Sean, in which he first guested for 4 episodes. Sean is the foil to Charlie's character playing the boyfriend of his ex-wife.

Brian was recently seen as the lead, Tommy, in Wedding Band for TBS. Playing the lead singer of a special events band, the show centered on thebromance of 4 likeable but occasionally reckless young men trying to figure out their lives. He also recently guest starred on the hit television show Happy Endings.

Prior to that, he was a recurring guest on Desperate Housewives opposite Marcia Cross and a series regular on the critically acclaimed FOX television show Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. From the creators of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), the series was set after the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) and followed the adventures of a mother who become a warrior, a son who become a hero, and their only ally, a friend from the future (Green) as they began a quest to stop the United States military and Cyberdyne Corporation from creating the program that would bring humanity to an end.

Brian's additional television credits include CSI, Las Vegas, Hope & Faith, George Lopez and the ABC series Freddie as well as a three-year stint on Knots Landing. He's also starred in numerous television movies, including the 1997 ABC Movie Unwed Father, and the Showtime series Dead Man's Gun and Resurrection Blvd. In addition, he starred in theatre productions of Ah, Wilderness and The Diary.

Brian has completed work in the independent films, Ronnie, Cock and Bull Story, Purgatory Flats, and most recentlyCross and Last Stop opposite Mena Suvari. He also starred in the short films Righteous Indignation, Bleach and Turning Japanese, which won The Beverly Hills Film Festival.

Brian directed his first feature film in 2003, Fish Without A Bicycle, and was seen in theatres in the Tony Scott directed feature film Domino opposite Kiera Knightly and Christopher Walken.

He has recently turned his attention to producing in addition to acting, and formed New River Entertainment. The company will focus on both feature film and television development.