Brian Forrest

Brian Forrest



Brian Forrest (born in 1978) is an American actor who is best known for his roles in classic films such as The Outsiders and The Karate Kid.

Born in San Francisco, California, Forrest grew up acting in local theater and was always passionate about performing. He attended the prestigious American Conservatory Theater and graduated with a degree in theater. After graduation, Forrest moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of his acting career.

Forrest's first big role was in The Outsiders as Steve Randle, a greaser in 1960s Oklahoma. His performance earned him critical praise and launched him into stardom. Following his success in The Outsider, Forrest went on to star in the iconic The Karate Kid, playing the part of the main protagonist's best friend. Forrest starred in a number of other films throughout the 1980s, including The Big Easy and Bad Medicine.

In the 1990s, Forrest continued to work in television and film. He had a starring role in the sitcom Dharma & Greg, and also appeared in a number of other television series, including ER and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He also starred in a number of feature films, including The Last of the Mohicans and The Truman Show.

Throughout his career, Forrest has been praised for his versatility and ability to portray a wide range of characters. He has been nominated for multiple awards, including a Golden Globe and an Emmy.

Today, Forrest continues to work in both film and television. He is currently working on a number of projects, including a Netflix original series and a feature film. He is also a dedicated philanthropist, having done extensive work with a number of charities.

Brian Forrest is an accomplished actor who has been able to make a lasting impression on fans and critics alike. His talent and passion for performing have made him one of the most beloved actors of his era.

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