Brian Walker has been involved in the entertainment industry for 30 years. He first appeared in a daily childrens program called “Schoolies” at the age of five, performing various skits and telling the joke of the day. Brian continued his acting career appearing in numerous commercials and television shows such as Unsolved Mysteries and The Young and The Restless. He also hosted live television and performed in many local theater productions. Later he became the corporate spokesman for such companies as RCA, The Cleveland Indians, Southwestern Bell, The United States Army, and Direct TV.
Mr. Walker started his first Business in 1984 as choreographer for various theater and commercial productions and was discovered at The Columbus 500 during a promotiomal for the race by Jim Pidcock, then General Manager for WBBY radio station. Duties included handling marketing and advertising campaigns, producing radio spots and within 6 months was promoted to Program Manager.
In 1989 Mr. Walker launched and successfully operated two companies, Tiger Paw Services and Walker Intertnational Marketing. As President, both were very successful producing a combined revenue of over 10 million dollars annually and employing over 175 people. In 1997, Mr. Walker relocated to Los Angeles appearing in several national Toyota commercials as an actor. While working as an independent Producer he then went to Metz Entertainment to help them in funding several films such as “An Angel on Abbey Street” and “The Convent” and was quickly promoted to Executive Vice President within months.
Currently Mr. Walker is the C.E.O. of Bryden Entertainment and has established a strong presence in Hollywood with alliances at several major studios. Bryden Entertainment stands poised to cast a very large presence and stability with some of the most creative and solid ideas for Funding, Producing, and Distributing feature films for a long time to come.