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|Birth date:||May 24, 1978|
|Birth place:||Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.|
|Education:||New York University, Parkway Central High School, Atlantic Theater Company|
|Parents:||Carl Greenberg, Denise Greenberg|
|Movies:||It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, Friends with Benefits, The Good Guy, Bride Wars, Prime, The Perfect Score, Nobel Son, Bessie, Flock of Dudes, A Short History of Decay, The Normals, Love & Debate, Vice, The Kitchen, The Program, Simon Says, The Arrangement|
|TV shows:||How to Make It in America, October Road, Unscripted|
|Albums:||Waiting for Now|
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Bryan Greenberg Net Worth $2 Million
He is an American musician and performer. Bryan is probably best remembered for his role as Ben Epstein in the HBO series “How to make it in America”. His performance has additionally been widely acclaimed for depicting Jake Jagielski in “One Tree Hill” and as Nick Garrett in “October Road”. He has starred in films for example The Good Guy, Friends with Benefits, Noble Son, Bride Wars and The Perfect Score. The Perfect Score was his first feature film too. Bryan Greenberg is quite a talented musician and vocalist. He has released two music records, they are, “Waiting for Now” and “We Don’t Have Eternally”.
Interestingly, a lot of his tunes have been used in various television series where Bryan appeared. His tunes were used in “One Tree Hill” and in the film “Noble Son”. His parents are Denny and Carl Greenberg. He has a younger sister, Becca. Bryan attended Beth El Synagogue. When he was twelve, his family shifted to St. Louis, Missouri. He then carried on his education at the Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Bryan got a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the New York University. Later he started playing in many theater productions. After he played in the television show, “Law and Order”, he got a part in the film Civil Action. This film starred performers such as John Travoltaand Robert Duvall. In January 2011, Greenberg and Kid Cudi released their tune, “You Can Run”. Both of them performed in this tune with vocals and guitar.