Brogan Hall is an American actor. He is best known for his role in Sydney to the Max. He is the portrayer of Bucky.
Brogan is a natural born performer. He spends hours a week in acting, improv, voice and dance training. He has enjoyed attending workshops with coaches and casting agents like Todd Etelson, John D'Aquino, Krisha Bullock, Howard Meltzer and Matt Newton. Brogan is a member of SAG. He is represented in NY, NC, GA and CA. Brogan has spent the last several summers in NY and in LA.
Brogan landed a lead role in the film "Cold in July" starring opposite Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and Vinessa Shaw when he was 6 years old. His short stature has enabled him to be cast to play much younger roles in his career. The short film, The Hideout, which he played a lead role, swept the SonScreen Film Festival, taking home Best Dramatic Short, Best Cinematography, Audience Choice Award and Best in Fest. His other theatrical work includes a lead role in "Rounding Third", a lead role in "Ernie and Cerbie" and a supporting role in the hit "Baby Driver" starring opposite Ansel Elgort and Kevin Spacey.
In addition to acting, Brogan is an avid singer and dancer. He has performed the National Anthem at the UNC Charlotte 49ers, the Charlotte Hornets, the Charlotte Knights and in the fall the Carolina Panthers. He has taken tap dancing lessons since he was 4 years old and hip hop since he was 8.
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