Brett Edwards

Brett EdwardsBorn and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Brett spent much of his youth performing in plays at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Dayton. Immediately after college, Brett moved out to Los Angeles to pursue a career as an actor and writer. Along with Cash Black, Brett wrote, produced, and starred in the award-winning short film The Heeler alongside Academy Award Winner J.K. Simmons. Brett has written the feature screenplay to their short, The Last Rodeo. Brett has also adapted Rod Thompson’s novel The Black Hills into a two-part teleplay. He recently had supporting roles in Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper and 20th Century Fox’s adaptation of The Longest Ride, in which he plays the number one bull rider in the world. Brett has also written three stage plays, including Ain’t Been Bad, which is set to make it’s World Premiere in 2015 on stage in Los Angeles.