Bryan Batt

Bryan Batt

Highest Rated: 83% Broadway: The Golden Age (2004)

Lowest Rated: 8% The Book of Love (2016)

Birthday: Mar 01, 1963

Birthplace: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Actor, author and activist: Bryan Batt was born in New Orleans, LA on Mar. 1, 1963. He praised his mother Gayle Batt in his memoir She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother as having a "magical influence" on his life, citing her lengthy record of civic and charitable work, in addition to encouraging his own artistic pursuits. The openly gay actor began his show business career on the stages of his prep school before moving on to productions for the New Orleans Recreation Department and Tulane University (at which time he similarly performed at Le Petit Théâtre du Vieux Carré). His professional career began to take off in 1986 following a move to New York, where he appeared in a number of productions both on-and-off Broadway, including the massive hits "Cats," "Starlight Express" and "Evita." Batt's Hollywood career began modestly with an appearance in a Dutch film (lensed in New York) called "Flodder in Amerika!" (1992). He did not work again in that medium until 1995 when earning a role in the indie comedy-drama "Jeffrey," starring Steven Weber about a gay man in New York who decides to become celibate. It was a production well familiar to Batt, who had co-starred in the Paul Rudnick-penned play the film was based on. Although Batt continued to focus primarily on his stage work, he also appeared in movies such as the indie romantic comedy "Kiss Me, Guido" (1997), as well as occasional TV guest appearances. His big TV break came when he was cast as closeted advertising executive Salvatore Romano on the hit series "Mad Men" (AMC 2007-15), appearing as a regular on the series' first three seasons. The show earned him and the cast two Screen Actors Guild awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series (2009 and 2010). He appeared as a regular during the first three seasons. Batt's stage, TV and film work continued unabated after Sal was written off of "Mad Men," with his performance in Steve McQueen's searing "12 Years a Slave" (2013) garnering particular notice.

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
29% 79% Easy Does It Officer Owens (Character) - 2020
70% 50% Darlin' Unknown (Character) - 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Raceland Marshall (Character) - 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tales From the Hood 2 Unknown (Character) - 2018
22% 82% I Hate Kids Reverend McGooley (Character) - 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Mississippi Murder Bernard (Character) - 2017
38% 29% Abattoir Chester (Character) - 2016
31% 80% Po Randall Bane (Character) - 2016
8% 64% The Book of Love Dr. Melvin (Character) - 2016
24% 22% The Runner Mark Lavin (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet 40% Wiener Dog Internationals Judge Brown (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet 25% Sam Alexander Blondell (Character) - 2015
No Score Yet 48% Wiener Dog Nationals Judge Brown (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet 60% B-Side Andrews (Character) - 2013
27% 23% The Last of Robin Hood Orry Kelly (Character) $269.6K 2013
No Score Yet 38% Brawler Fat Chucky (Character) - 2011
83% 92% Broadway: The Golden Age Himself (Character) - 2004
68% 68% Jeffrey Darius (Character) $3.3M 1995

TV

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91% 85% The Blacklist Antony Eagleton (Guest Star) 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Between the Lines With Barry Kibrick Guest 2019
61% 61% Scream Unknown (Guest Star) 2015-2016
No Score Yet 86% Navy NCIS Dalton Greenbrick (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet 56% NCIS: New Orleans Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Law & Order: Criminal Intent Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
94% 96% Mad Men Salvatore Romano (Character) 2007-2010
97% 86% Ugly Betty Spencer Cannon (Guest Star) 2010
No Score Yet 84% Ghost Whisperer Unknown (Guest Star) 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show Guest 2009
89% 88% Rescue Me Unknown (Guest Star) 2004

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