Bryan Dechart isn’t just one of the many faces that are seen on the big screen every day. Compared to veteran actors of the industry, his portfolio may be seen as thin. Still, he has just been around since 2008 and still has a lot more years to give to his craft.
The actor is properly trained and has honed his skills in various acting schools before his debut came in 2008’s animated film, For Your Entertainment. Bryan’s acting portfolio consists mostly of short films but the actor has been in over 40 projects including films, tv series, and video games.
Some of his most popular works include Jane By Design, Step Up 3D, Dakota’s Summer, and Switched at Birth.
Bryan Dechart – Biography
The actor spent his childhood in Novi, Michigan, but he was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 17, 1987. Growing up, Bryan was always interested in acting. After his high school education, he began to work on his craft when he attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and graduated with a BFA in Acting. Dechart subsequently attended the Sanford Meisner, the Viewpoints Studio, Stonestreet Studios for Film and Television, and the Experimental Theater Wing. He even had a stint abroad in Italy’s Commedia dell’arte in Florence.
When the opportunity came knocking in 2008, Bryan Dechart grabbed it with both hands and lent his voice to For Your Entertainment. He would go on to appear on the set of two other projects in the same year: Blue Balled and Bar Mitzvah Season. The following year, he had a role as Calvin in the short film Obelisk Road. In the same year, Bryan made his television debut as Brian in a guest appearance on the tv series Guiding Light. Then he followed it up with Z Rock, Three Birds with One Stone, and Transitions.
After 2009, the actor got extremely busy as he appeared in over 15 projects by the end of 2011. He was Anton in Step Up 3D (2010), Dale in The Devil’s Revenge (2010), Vincent in 800 Pound Gorilla (2011), and Dreams from a Petrified Head (2011). In 2012, he played a role in 8 episodes of Jane by Design, Whiplash, and Commencement. More recently, he has been in movies like The Remaining (2014), First Night (2017), and You’ll Only Have Each Other (2018).
Facts About Amelia Rose Blaire’s Husband
1. Bryan is Married to Amelia Rose Blaire
As stated already, Bryan Dechart is married to Amelia Rose Blaire. Amelia, like her husband, makes a living in the entertainment world. Like her husband, she is also well trained as an actress and also attended Sanford Meisner among other institutions. She has been on popular series like Drop Dead Diva, 90210, and Grimm. However, she is most known for her portrayal of Willa Burrell on HBO’s True Blood, and as Piper Shaw on Scream. She was also in the movie You’ll Only Have Each Other with Bryan.
Bryan Dechart and Amelia Rose got engaged in June 2017. And they got married the next year on June 30, 2018.
2. The Actor has Appeared in a Few Video Games
Besides his work as an actor, Bryan is also a lover of video games and streams his video game plays live on his Twitch account. On the said account, he has frequently worked with his wife on many of his streams.
Bryan Dechart has also taken his love for games a step further by appearing as a playable character in a few games. His first game came in 2016. He played an uncredited in the game titled Mafia III, voicing a few extras. Next, in 2018, he was on the game Detroit: Become Human, developed for the Sony’s PS4 console. On this game, he played the role of Connor, an android police investigator. His wife, Amelia, was also on the game and voiced the character, Traci.
In the same year, he appeared in a minor role in the video game, Red Dead Redemption II.
3. He has a Few Nominations and Awards for his Streaming Efforts
In 2018, Bryan was nominated in two categories at the Golden Joystick Awards. He clinched the category for “Best Performer”, and “Best New Streamer/Broadcaster”, an award he won jointly with his wife. In the same year, Dechart was also nominated for “Best Performer” and “Fan Favorite Male Voice Actor” at The Game Awards and Gamers’ Choice Awards respectively.