Almost Serious Bio

Written and Performed by Bryan Saint

Mildly Interesting Introduction

I have spent my life in entertainment (after age 4). I don’t know what drew me in, but despite being terrified of audiences, I’ve been in plays, movies, commercials, live shows, and then, have worked behind the scenes consulting for all of the above, as well as the shows of other performers and even helped produce and edit projects for TV, including highlight reals for NCAA and ESPN.

The Part About Magic

Having my own one man show was my weird way of combining everything I liked (acting, writing, directing, producing, magic, improv, etc.). I’ve never really called it a magic show and I’ve never really called myself a magician. I just happen to be doing magic tricks onstage in front of an audience. But it’s put in the most well-known magic venues in the world as well as having two appearances on the longest running televised magic show in history (that’s my one opportunity to brag).

The Part Not About Magic

In 2006, I had part in a film festival movie where I had to narrate my character’s story. After recording the voice over in the booth, the director, producer and manager of the studio where this was being filmed all said, “You should do voice overs.” Now, how ever many years later you’re reading this, I have voiced hundreds of commercials, as well as voicing movie trailers, and characters (Zordon, Ted, Superman, Darth Vader) for various apps and toys. You’ve probably skipped my voice on YouTube.

The End Which Follows the Next Paragraph

So that’s me. Don’t let the size of the paragraphs fool you…there’s more to it. But to sum it up, the majority of what I do is perform my one man show on stage (sometimes with an audience present). But whether it’s magic or voice over…I still don’t know how I got this lucky. Then add to that a beautiful wife and two kids that I love more than anything. God has definitely blessed me.

Almost Serious Bio

Written and Performed by Bryan Saint

Mildly Interesting Introduction

I have spent my life in entertainment (after age 4). I don’t know what drew me in, but despite being terrified of audiences, I’ve been in plays, movies, commercials, live shows, and then, have worked behind the scenes consulting for all of the above, as well as the shows of other performers and even helped produce and edit projects for TV, including highlight reals for NCAA and ESPN.

The Part About Magic

Having my own one man show was my weird way of combining everything I liked (acting, writing, directing, producing, magic, improv, etc.). I’ve never really called it a magic show and I’ve never really called myself a magician. I just happen to be doing magic tricks onstage in front of an audience. But it’s put in the most well-known magic venues in the world as well as having two appearances on the longest running televised magic show in history (that’s my one opportunity to brag).

The Part Not About Magic

In 2006, I had part in a film festival movie where I had to narrate my character’s story. After recording the voice over in the booth, the director, producer and manager of the studio where this was being filmed all said, “You should do voice overs.” Now, how ever many years later you’re reading this, I have voiced hundreds of commercials, as well as voicing movie trailers, and characters (Zordon, Ted, Superman, Darth Vader) for various apps and toys. You’ve probably skipped my voice on YouTube.

The End Which Follows the Next Paragraph

So that’s me. Don’t let the size of the paragraphs fool you…there’s more to it. But to sum it up, the majority of what I do is perform my one man show on stage (sometimes with an audience present). But whether it’s magic or voice over…I still don’t know how I got this lucky. Then add to that a beautiful wife and two kids that I love more than anything. God has definitely blessed me.

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