What happened to Brian Bonsall? Where is Brian Bonsall now?

What happened to Brian Bonsall and where is he now? biography wiki

Brian Eric Bonsall was born in Torrance, California, United States on December 3, 1981. His zodiac sign is therefore Sagittarius and he holds American citizenship. He is a former child actor, guitarist and rock musician, perhaps best known for playing the role of Andrew ‘Andy’ Keaton in the family comedy series “Family Ties”, which aired from 1982 to 1989, while Brian appeared there from 1986 to 1989. It also starred Michael J. Fox, Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter and followed married couple Elyse and Steven Keaton and their four children. The series has won 22 awards, including a Golden Globe, and been nominated for 43 other awards.

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Brian no longer acts, but instead concentrates on his career as a rock singer and guitarist.

Childhood and education

Brian was raised in Torrance by his father Garth Bonsall, who was a factory worker, and his mother Kathleen, who was a lawyer – both were very supportive of Brian’s acting career by taking him to his film sets and television series as well as paid for his acting lessons.

He attended Boulder High School where he was a member of the school drama club and appeared in most of the plays performed there. He also played various sports such as football and soccer, and learned to play the guitar. After enrolling in 1999, he enrolled at the Missouri Military Academy in Mexico City, Missouri, but only stayed there for a year before quitting to focus on his acting and singing career.

His parents divorced and in 1995, at the age of 14, Brian began living with his mother and her new husband.

Acting career

Towards the end of his “Family Ties” involvement, Brian appeared on the “Mickey’s 60th Birthday” special in 1988, followed by his supporting role as Zack in the comedy-drama “Go Toward the Light” and his guest role as Andrew ‘Andy’ Keaton in the “Trading Places” episode of the sitcom “Day by Day” the same year.

1989 saw Brian star in the drama “Do You Know the Muffin Man?” son is present; the film was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards.

In the same year, Brian guest starred in single episodes of several series such as crime drama “Booker”, sketch comedy show “On the Television” and drama series “The Super Mario Bros. Super Show !”

In 1990, he was invited to play the recurring character of Michael in the musical film “Mother Goose Rock ‘n’ Rhyme”, before playing in the thriller film “Angel of Death”, with Jane Seymour and Gregory Harrison, and which follows a convict who escapes from prison and becomes obsessed with a woman and her young son. The same year, he appeared as Brian in the episode “To Live and Drive in LA” of the sitcom “Married People”.

Brian was cast in three series in 1991, including western ‘The Young Riders’ and crime drama ‘Shades of LA’, while he was also cast in the drama film ‘False Arrest’ which won an ASC Award for Outstanding Achievement in Miniseries Cinematography.

From 1992 to 1994, Brian portrayed recurring character Alexander Rozhenko in seven episodes of the sci-fi series “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, and simultaneously starred as Mikey Holt in the psychological slasher film “Mikey”. in 1992, and as Alex Sullivan in the German-American thriller “Desperate Motive” in 1993.

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Some of his later roles were in the comedy film “Blank Check” in which he played the main character Preston Waters, in the comedy film “Father and Scout” in which he played the role of Michael, and the dramatic family film “Lily in Winter”. in which he played lead character Michael Towler all through 1994.

Awards and Honors

In 1988 Brian received the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor Under Ten in Television or Film for his performance in “Family Ties”, then in 1989 he received the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in less than nine years old. age for “family ties as well”.

In 1990, he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Television Movie, Pilot or Special for his performance in “Do You Know the Muffin Man?” and later won a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor under nine years old for “Family Ties”.

Musician career

In 1998 Brian founded the rock band Late Bloomers, along with some of his school friends, then after the band broke up he joined Thruster, and later The Light on Adam’s Stereo.

In 2016 he was invited to serve as second guitar for the famous rock band The Ataris and is touring with them across the United States. He currently plays with the rock band Sunset Silhouette.

Problems with the authorities

In 2001 Brian was convicted of drunk driving and was rearrested in 2004 after a police officer thought he was driving drunk, but Brian was not convicted. In 2007, he was arrested for assaulting his girlfriend, falsely imprisoning her, but did not appear in court on December 7, 2009. He later admitted third-degree assault charges, while other charges were later dropped. years of probation.

He was arrested for marijuana use in February 2010, then sentenced to an additional two years of probation in April 2010. In 2016 Brian said he had been sober since his arrest in 2010.

Loving life and relationships

Brian met his future wife Courtney Bonsall in early 2014 while playing with his band at a pub in Boulder, Colorado, and they started dating the same night. After more than four years together, they married in a small ceremony attended only by their closest friends and family on October 21, 2017. Courtney gave birth to their son Oliver in August 2019, and the family of three currently lives at their home in Rocher.

Rumor has it that Brian dated many girls while attending high school, and later when he became popular for his acting career. It is believed that neither of these relationships lasted long as he was actually looking for a girl he could have a long term relationship with – this changed after meeting Courtney as he felt he had finally met “the good”.

Hobbies and other interests

Brian is a fan of tattoos, and on his 18th birthday he got his first tattoo which is a black armband. He is a philanthropist as he has donated many things to actor and comedian Rocky Stone, who passes on the things he receives to less fortunate children. Brian enjoys reading in his spare time, and his favorite writers are Anthony Burgess and Agatha Christie, while some of his favorite books are ‘A Clockwork Orange’ and ‘Death on the Nile’, among others.

He also enjoys watching movies, his favorite being the comedy adventure “The Goonies”, which follows a group of boys who call themselves The Goonies and who, after finding an ancient map, set out to find a legendary lost treasure. He also enjoys watching television series, his favorite being the comedy series “Seinfeld” which follows stand-up comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his friends living in New York.

Appearance and net worth

Brian is 38 years old. He has short brown hair and blue eyes, is 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall and weighs approximately 68 kg (150 lb). As of May 2020, his net worth is estimated by sources at almost $1 million.

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