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John Cabrera
Born John Peter Cabrera
August 26, 1975 (1975-08-26) (age 34)
Miami, Florida, United States

John Cabrera (born August 26, 1975) is an American actor and director best known for his role as Brian Fuller on the television show Gilmore Girls on The WB (later The CW). He has also appeared on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, NCIS, American Dreams, Miracles, and CSI.

He was born in Miami, Florida and attended Miami Killian High School (class of 1993) where he first began his training as an actor. He later attended DePaul University's The Theatre School (formerly The Goodman School of Drama) in Chicago, Illinois where he received a BFA in Acting. Other acting colleagues from the school include long time friends Judy Greer, Michael Muhney, and Sean Gunn.

In 1998 he joined a collective of theatre professionals and helped found Collaboraction, a multi-disciplinary theatre ensemble best known for its mixed media theatre festival Sketchbook which he co-created with Collaboraction artistic director Anthony Moseley. In 2001 Cabrera received an Joseph Jefferson Citation Award for his role as Nat in Collaboraction's stage production of Refuge (by Jessica Goldberg).

John moved to Los Angeles in 2000, where he has been working as an actor in the fields of Television, Film, and Theater. He has worked at such theaters as Mark Taper Forum's Taper Too, and South Coast Repertory.

Although he is best known as an actor, John is also a director of films including the short film Crazy Love by Jenelle Riley and the featurette The Man Who Invented the Moon. The film was written by long time colleague and friend Lee Kirk and stars Sean Gunn.

In 2007, John directed long time friend Jenna Fischer (NBC's The Office) in a music video for singer songwriter Willie Wisely's single, "Through Any Window".

In 2008, it was announced[1] that John had partnered with Cosimo De Tommaso to write and produce a Warner Premiere web series entitled H+. As described in a 2009 interview[2], it's a SciFi explores our relationship to technology and how much of that defines us. John is also working on cinedy project with Cracked.com.[2]

References

  1. ^ "John Cabrera to Pen H+ Web Series". GilmoreGirlsNews.com. http://www.gilmoregirlsnews.com/2008/12/21/john-cabrera-to-pen-h-web-series/. Retrieved 2008-12-21.  
  2. ^ a b "John Cabrera Exclusive Interview". GilmoreGirlsNews.com. http://www.gilmoregirlsnews.com/2009/01/26/john-cabrera-exclusive-interview/. Retrieved 2009-01-26.  

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