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Brandon Slagle

Brandon Slagle

Brandon Slagle (born 26 April 1977) is an American actor, writer, director, producer, and composer.

In 2011, he played Man at the Nightclub in Showtime’s series DEXTER.

Appearances[]

Season Six:

Career[]

Film

His film credits include roles in Daylight's End (2016); Amazing Ape (2016); When Black Birds Fly (2015); House of Manson (2014); Dead Sea (2014); Gone Dark (2013); American Girls (2013); Entity (2013); Biohazard: Patient Zero (2012); The Black Dahlia Haunting (2012); Argo (2012 uncredited); Little Big Boy (2012); Where the Dead Go to Die (2012, voice); The Bunnyman (2011); The Family (2011); Area 51 Confidential (2011); Wonderland (2011); 2012: Ice Age (2011 Video); Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus (2010 Video); The Super (2010); Festival of Lights (2010); 15 Till Midnight (2010); James St. James Presents Avantgarde (2010 Video); Song of the Shattered (2010); The Black Facade (2009); The Gate of Fallen Angels (2009); Duplicity (2009); Pesticide (2008); Methodic (2007); Am I Evil (2007); One Night (2007); Black Ribbon (2007); Subject 87 (2007); Polycarp (2007); La casa loca (2007 Video); Disquiet (2006); Plasterhead (2006); The Dark Avengers (2005); and Pride & Loyalty (2002).

Shorts

His shorts include Guttersnipe (2012); G.I. Joe: Initiate (2012); The Masks That the Monsters Wear (2011); Strife Heist (2011); Cathartic (2011); Liquid Memories (2010, voice); Mr. J (2010); Hank and Jim (2010); Jack + Jill (2010); Tainted Milk (2009); Opiate (2009); The Backseat (2009); Opiate for the Masses: Burn You Down (2008); In the Land of Wicked Gods (2008); Diary of a Mad Blackman (2008); The Cabinet (2007); The Question (2007); The Protector (Video); Bitter Sweet (2006); and Mommie's Maybe (2006).

Television

His TV credits include appearances on Code Black; Grey's Anatomy (uncredited); Unusual Suspects; The Office (uncredited); The Mentalist (uncredited); CSI: NY (uncredited); Prime Suspect (uncredited); Excused; Body of Proof (uncredited); America's Court with Judge Ross; Law & Order: Criminal Intent (uncredited); High School Stories: Scandals, Pranks, and Controversies; Law & Order (uncredited); Love Monkey; and Sesame Street (uncredited).

Personal Life[]

Brandon was born in Austin, Texas, as William Jacob Brandon Slagle. He began martial arts training at six years old.

Trivia[]

  • He is a big fan of Batman and DC comics.
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