Best known for his role in "Battlestar Galactica," Brad Dryborough is an actor, writer, director, and producer. Born in Canada, Dryborough's first production was the 1999 Canadian film "Late Night Sessions," on which he served as a producer. Two years later, he tried his hand at acting in the short film "Canadian Zombie." After subsequently appearing in "Stargate SG-1" and the Showtime drama "The L Word," as well as starring in the comic drama "The Cabin Movie," Dryborough picked up his most famous part: that of Lt. Louis Hoshi on "Battlestar Galactica." Dryborough has also picked up roles in other popular science-fiction shows like the superhero serial "Smallville," "Stargate: Atlantis," and "Supernatural" and contributed his voice to the hit video game "Dead Rising 2." In 2011, he co-starred opposite Tygh Runyan in the dark comedy "Doppelgänger Paul," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. Throughout his career as an actor, Dryborough has also put in time as a writer and director. He wrote for the children's show "Mustard Pancake," and both wrote and directed the short films "The Things We Do" and "At Lunchtime: A Story of Love." In addition to producing his own shorts, he also served as a producer on "The Cabin Movie."