Brandon J. Shaw, born in New York to Homemaker Debra Shaw and teacher/musician William Kennedy.
Lover of the arts from a very young age, always full of life and knows how to entertain a crowd; Brandon is the actor’s actor. Brandon acted in several school plays, a range of diverse roles, but it wasn’t until high school where he auditioned for Henrik Ibsen’s, “A Dolls House” where his acting prowess was first truly acknowledged. He secured the role of Nils Krogstad, and has flourished ever since. It was then that it had sparked even more interest in his abilities.
With his growing experiences he auditioned to compete with over 2000 promising actors to study at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Brandon went on studying to harness his craft in Method Acting and Improvisation. He exceeded his acting skills by studying at the New York Film Academy. He is currently learning the Meisner technique. Brandon went on to acting in various independent shorts and features.
Always looking for a challenge and doing his best to convey the message of his roles and it goes without saying this professional talent is a successful seller of the arts.