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"To be honest, the hardest part of the entire job has been wearing the tennis outfits that they are putting me in," he admitted.
"I'm getting over it and realizing that it is part of a world that I am not necessarily familiar with.".
He Worked on Wall Street: Put down the pitchforks, 99 percenters!
Yes, Jennifer's love was an investment banker, but then he took a gamble and traded finance for film and TV.
He says, "I was slaving away at that and I had a really good time with it, but it got to the point where I said, "You know, I had always dreamed about seeing what acting was all about." On The CW's drama Privileged, Hallisay played Will Davis, a charming and wealthy Palm Beach bachelor who is delighted to learn that his next-door neighbors have hired a beautiful tutor named Megan Smith (Joanna García).
He made his feature debut in Erik Mac Arthur's Bottoms Up, starring Paris Hilton and Jason Mewes.
"I was slaving away at that and I had a really good time with it, but it got to the point where I said, "You know, I had always dreamed about seeing what acting was all about and television,'" he told
"So, I moved out to Los Angeles six years ago and gave it a shot.", the CW series back in 2008.
After college and before moving to Los Angeles, he worked on Wall Street.
The American actor, Brian was born on October 31, 1978, in Washington, D. Hallisay completed his elementary education from the Gonzaga College High School in 1996 and after completing his high school, Brian got enrolled at the Cornell University graduated in 2000.
Brian Hallisay during his young age After completed his academics, Brian started working on Wall Street and later moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of acting.
Hallisay played the boyfriend to Hilton, a socialite who helps Mewes save his failing small-town restaurant.
In 2011, Hallisay was cast in the third installment of Hostel where he played the lead character.