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Biography

biography

Brock Harris is an accomplished theater and film actor. He grew up in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where he participated in community theatre and was a member of the nationally renowned Stillwater Boys Choir, before being invited in high school to attend the Musical Theatre training program at Idyllwild Arts Academy. After graduating high school at Idyllwild, Brock continued his studies at the The Hartt School at the University of Hartford.

Brock’s film work includes a role in "Gone Missing" (2013), and a role in the Drake Doremus film, “Breathe In,” starring Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones, which premiered at Sundance in 2013. Brock was also cast in cult filmmaker, Darren Steins’ “G.B.F." (2013), and in "Sam," "Those Who Wander," "Goliath," and "Adventures of Sweet Yellow" - all currently in post-production.

Brock's television work includes a recent role on Major Crimes.

Brock’s theatre credits include several distinguished regional and New York theatres, most notably the Lincoln Center, LCT3 world premiere production of ALL-AMERICAN, directed by Evan Cabnet.

In his free time Harris is an avid outdoorsman, and loves hunting, fishing, horse riding, and sports. He also enjoys combat sports such as wrestling and martial arts, and is currently training to compete in Jiu Jitsu.

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