Often recognized for his five-year run on the NBC series “Sisters”, as well as for his performance as John Candy’s brother Bob in UNCLE BUCK, Garrett M. Brown has become a familiar face to moviegoers, TV watchers and theatre audiences alike through a wide variety of roles. Recent films include Brit director Matthew Vaughn’s KICK ASS, as well as GRIDIRON GANG with The Rock, FUN WITH DICK AND JANE with Jim Carrey, the indie feature ARC with Ken Howard and the as yet unreleased I AM NUMBER FOUR directed by DJ Caruso. He has appeared on such TV series as CSI, Law And Order: Special Victims Unit, Judging Amy, NYPD Blue, and multiple episodes of The Shield, The OC, Roswell, Boston Public and The Practice. He currently recurs on the HBO series Big Love. He has been active in theatre for many years in both New York and Los Angeles. He has been a member of EST in NY since 1983, was a founding member of the revived EST, LA Project in LA since 1990 and was its Artistic Director from 1998 until 2001.