At the age of 10, Canadian native Brennan Elliott began acting in theater productions. It remained a hobby, however, as he concentrated more on sports. When his athletics paid off and he was sent to New Mexico Junior College on a sports scholarship, he enrolled in a theater class, and from there acting became his first passion. The hunky blue-eyed actor went on to study acting in Vancouver and Montreal, before he discovered world-renowned acting coach Eric Morris, and moved out to Los Angeles to work with him. Although he already had some solid credits to his name, including a recurring role on "Madison," a Canadian teen drama, Elliott found the fast-paced action of Hollywood to be a challenge. After a couple of years of struggling, however, the roles started coming in. In 2000, he landed a regular role as Dr. Nick Biancavilla on the program "Strong Medicine," a drama about female doctors. He stayed with the program until the fourth season. He has since gone on to enjoy recurring roles on the cop drama "Cold Case," the comedy-drama "What About Brian," and the sci-fi series "The 4400." Elliott has amassed an impressive roster of credits in a short time, and is widely thought to be destined for even greater stardom.