|Knight Rider Actor|
|Zachery Ty Bryan|
|Name||Zachery Tyler Bryan|
|Birth Date||October 9, 1981|
Bryan was born in Aurora, Colorado, the son of Jenny, a talent manager, and Dwight Bryan, a vice president of a pipeline company. His second cousin is Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn. His second cousin Laura, Brady's sister, is married to Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk. He has a younger sister named Ciri.
Before he starred in Home Improvement, he started in Denver with print and television advertising. His interest in acting soon brought him to California, where he received the role of Brad, the oldest Taylor son, in the show Home Improvement. His character was known for experimenting with different hair styles as well as being the son most often in trouble.
After Home Improvement ended, Bryan made brief appearances in many other television shows, including The Fresh Prince of Bel Air as Steve (1995), Buffy the Vampire Slayer as Peter Nicols (2002), Veronica Mars as Caz Truman (2005), and Shark as Scott Natterson (2006). He also appeared on Smallville in 2003 where he played Eric Marsh, a high school baseball player using steroids made from meteor rock. He was the second Home Improvement alum to make a guest appearance on the show. In 2005, Bryan appeared as Bryan Nolan in ESPN's TV movie Code Breakers. Bryan also guest starred in Cold Case (as the young murderer in the flashback scenes) and more recently as a young man hiring a hitman to kill his stepmother on the show Burn Notice.  In the 2008-2009 Knight Rider Series episode Knight and the City, Bryan appears as the spoiled young adult Terry Driscoll who attempts to drive out a bar owner so he can get the mineral rights and make millions.
Bryan's film roles include the school bully in the Sinbad comedy First Kid and the TV movie The Principal Takes A Holiday; as well as appearances in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift as Clay and as Eric in The Rage: Carrie 2.
He and his wife are working on a Documentary film with ESPN.
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