Brian Dooley was an actor who made a successful career for himself in film. Known for making audiences laugh, Dooley began his acting career in comedies like "State Park" (1988) with Jennifer Inch and Isabelle Mejias and the Lena Olin film "Enemies, A Love Story" (1989). He also was featured in the miniseries "Ford: The Man and the Machine" (1986-87) and "Champagne Charlie" (1988-89). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the action flick "Backstab" (1990) with James Brolin, the drama "Angel Square" (1991) with Jeremy Radick and the Henry Czerny drama "The Boys of St. Vincent" (1994). Dooley continued to exercise his talent in the nineties and the early 2000s, taking on a mix of projects like "Mimic" with Mira Sorvino (1997), the Eddie Murphy and Ossie Davis smash hit "Dr. Dolittle" (1998) and "Kayla" (1998). His credits also expanded to "U.S. Marshals: The Real Story: Street Smarts" (TLC, 2001-02) and "The Smoking Room" (2003-05). Dooley most recently wrote "Being Human" (BBC, 2007-2013).