|Full Name||Brian Hallisay|
|Birth City||Washington, D.C.|
|Spouse||Jennifer Love (2013 to present)|
|Filmography||Bottoms Up, American Sniper,|
|Date of Birth||October 31,1978|
Brian Hallisay is a successful American actor popular for his work in the CW drama series Privileged. Similarly, he is also known for his role in the Lifetime drama series The Client List. His other television credit includes The Inside, Without a Trace, Cold Case, Privileged, Ringer, and others.
Hallisay was born on 31st October 1978 in Washington, D.C., USA. She was born with the zodiac sign Scorpio. Likewise, Hallisay holds American nationality, however, his ethnic background is not known.
He attended Gonzaga College High School and graduated in 1996. Similarly, he then attended Cornell University and graduated with a major in Economics and History. Besides, Brian has kept information regarding his parents, siblings, and family way from the spotlight.
To begin with his personal life, he is a one woman man. Brian is a married man and father of two. He got married to his first love Jennifer Love in 2013. The pair dated for a while before taking their relationship to the next level.
The marriage ceremony was witnessed by their family and close friends. Likewise, together they share a son, Atticus James Hallisay, and a daughter, Autumn James Hallisay.
The couple is living a blissful life together with their family in Los Angeles, California. Likewise, he is often seen with his family in the public or vacationing.
Hallisay has a net worth estimated around $ million at present. Similarly, his annual salary is around $300 thousand. His primary source of income is acting. Besides, he even earns from his endorsements deals and sponsorships.
Moving on to his career, he has appeared in many film and television series. Likewise, his notable film work includes Hostel: Rat III, Bottoms Up, American Sniper, Jesseabelle, and others.
Similarly, his television credits include Strong Medicine, Without a Trace, Bones, CSI: NY, Medium, Body of Proof, Major Crimes, and many more. Likewise, he is featured in an American procedural drama series 9-1-1 where he plays the role of Bailey/Doug Kendall.