Brian White is not one to waste words. The film and television actor who has been paired on screen with powerhouse talents as Angela Bassett, Teraji P. Henson, Tyler Perry and Kerry Washington says he governs about every facet of his life with two defining core values: “honesty and integrity.”
Having played opposite Henson in the 2009 film I Can Do Bad All by Myself, White, 41, hasn’t done too bad establishing himself in Hollywood. His filmography lists key roles in movies such as: The Family Stone, Daddy’s Little Girl, Stomp the Yard, Mr. 3000 which starred the late Bernie Mac, among others. Televison watchers will likely remember White from the UPN sitcom Moesha, or his more recent roles in Chicago Fire, Scandal, and TNT’s Men of A Certain Age.