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Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Bryan Greenberg discovered his love for entertaining at an early age. He took that love and continued to pursue it while earning a degree at New York University. While studying at NYU, Bryan acted in many stage productions and then went on to perform with several other theater companies. Greenberg made his television debut with a guest appearance on Law & Order and made his big screen debut the following year in A Civil Action, starring John Travolta. In 2000, Greenberg's career began to heat up with guest appearances on “The Sopranos”, “Third Watch”, and “Boston Public”. In 2002, Bryan landed a role as a teenager in the big budget feature, The Perfect Score, co-starring alongside Scarlett Johansson. Bryan then received a recurring role as Jake on the WB series One Tree Hill. Bryan starred in the ABC drama, “October Road”, HBO’s George Clooney produced “Unscripted” and has had been featured in recent movies releases, including Nobel Son starring alongside Alan Rickman and Bride Wars, starring alongside Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson. Currently, Bryan stars the new HBO Series “How to Make It In America” from the creative team behind “Entourage”. The series was recently picked-up for a second season. In addition to acting Bryan has also spent the past years pursing his other passion, music. Since 2003 Bryan has toured all over the country with various musicians, including Gravin DeGraw, Tyler Hilton, Graham Colton, Michael Tolcher, Ari Hest and many more. In 2007, Greenberg released his debut album, Waiting For Now, and single "Hmm". Many of Bryan’s songs have been featured in his film projects, including placement in “One Tree Hill”, “October Road” and "Nobel Son". Bryan recently completed work on his second record, We Don’t Have Forever, which is scheduled for release in January of 2011 and features a collaboration with "How to Make It In America" co-star, Kid Cudi. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.