Bryan greenberg dating history
He played David Bloomberg, a young artist who falls in love with one of his mother Meryl Streep's therapy patients, played by Uma Thurman.In 2009, Greenberg appeared in the film Bride Wars with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway and starred opposite Alexis Bledel and Scott Porter in the indie film The Good Guy, which was released in February 2010.
Greenberg's songs have been featured in many of his film and television work, including One Tree Hill, October Road, and Nobel Son.“I remember we were in Austin, Texas, and kind of, like, being lazy and watching TV in the hotel room and his face popped up and he had kind of a moppy bowl haircut and a puka shell necklace, and I’m like ‘What the hell? Chung walked down the aisle in a long-sleeve lace Monique Lhuillier gown, while Greenberg donned a navy tuxedo with black lapels and a bow tie.In 2011, Greenberg released his second album, We Don't Have Forever, produced by Thom Monahan (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart, Gary Louris), which included the single "Walk Away".The album also included "You Can Run", a collaboration with How to Make It in America co-star and rapper Kid Cudi.Greenberg moved to New York City after high school.
He attended and worked at a Jewish summer camp located in Webster, Wisconsin, called Herzl Camp.
He currently stars as Ben the nurse, Mindy's love interest in Season 5 of The Mindy Project on hulu.
At 7 years old, when Greenberg's younger sister Becca was in dance class, he got the opportunity to appear in the lead role in the Omaha Ballet production of The Nutcracker. Shortly after, he got his first national role as the kid in the Cookie Crisp cereal commercial.
He toured with the show for two months and joined a children's theater company in Omaha. As time went on, he was offered more acting opportunities.
He graduated from Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri in 1996.
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