Brian Poth started his show business career at a young age appearing as a dancer on the children's musical show "Kids Incorporated", and making a guest appearance on the popular sitcom "Mr. Belvedere" at age 10. Living in Tulare, California, he commuted to the "Kids Incorporated" set weekly. This early experience led him to study film at Loyola Marymount University. A decade later, he earned guest spots on several TV shows including a 1998 appearance on the cult hit "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". In 2000, he starred in the indie comedy"Dean Quixote" in the title role and had small parts on several high profile TV shows. After roles on the action show "La Femme Nikita" and the long-running courtroom drama "Judging Amy", his breakthrough came when he made a memorable guest appearance on the groundbreaking funeral parlor drama "Six Feet Under" playing Marc Foster, a young man who is killed because he is gay. Following that appearance he earned roles on several other shows including the popular sci-fi series "The X-Files" and in 2003 he became a recurring cast member on the crime procedural "CSI: Miami". As A/V lab technician Tyler Jenson, he appeared in 30 episodes between 2003 and 2005. Since leaving the show, he returned to guest starring roles on TV shows and supporting parts in TV movies.