• Brian Rodda

    ACTOR/HOST/ PRODUCER

     

    SAG/AEA/ATAS

    IMDB ACTORS ACCESS

     

  • i am comedy

    i am drama

    i am host

    ...and Will Smith's best friend

    Hosting

    Drama

    Comedy

  • The Brian Rodda Show

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    "The eyes are the windows to the soul."

    -Brian Rodda (and some guy named Shakespeare)

    Host

  • The Life of Brian

    Actress Yeardley Smith (Lisa Simpson) on The Brian Rodda Show

    A cross between Andy Cohen, Neil Patrick Harris, and Graham Norton...Brian Rodda is the consummate entertainer, actor, and host. As a digital influencer, he has become a "go-to" host for some of the hottest red carpets in Hollywood. In 2014, Brian Rodda worked with theStream.tv as the host and producer of: Digital Natives: Content Creation’s Front Line and Tailor Made with Brian Rodda, where he shot over 60 episodes. In total, Brian has been seen in digital videos totaling over 3+ million views. Brian is a member of ATAS (Academy of Television Arts and Sciences/EMMYS), AEA (Actors Equity Association), SAG(e) (Screen Actors Guild (eligible), and IAWTV (International Academy of Web Television). When not hosting, acting, or producing, Brian can be found hiking Runyon Canyon, and exploring new cooking recipes with the exotic south American grain, Quinoa.

    Directing Actor Josh Duhamel (Love Simon, Transformers) in a PSA

    Red Carpet Premiere of Indie Film,

    The Texture of Falling

    Interviewing Barry Bostwick, Mindy Sterling, Stan Zimmerman, and James Berg on location in Downtown LA for The Brian Rodda Show

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    Sing it with me: "I will follow you...wherever you may go...there isn't an ocean to deep, a mountain so high..."