Actor Brian Goodman's early life was anything but promising. After dropping out of school, Goodman lived on the streets and became a drug dealer, eventually going to prison. After deciding to become an actor he spent a decade playing small roles in films like the crime drama "Blow" and Steven Spielberg's 2002 thriller "Catch Me If You Can". He also had a supporting role on the drama "Line of Fire" before an audition for Donnie Wahlberg led to their collaboration on the 2008 crime film "What Doesn't Kill You", which Goodman directed and co-wrote. Two years later he had a recurring role on the female-centric cop show "Rizzoli & Isles".