Brian Walters

Music Director/ Actor

"Walters plays it with heart and feeling that packs an emotional wallop..."

-Jay Handlemen, Sarasota Herald Tribune

Born and raised under the city skyline in New Jersey, Brian Walters made his New York City acting debut at 16 years old and has been a part of the theater scene since. He earned his BFA in Musical Theatre at PACE UNIVERSITY, and currently performs in concerts and productions around the country and internationally.

Brian is a proud member of Actors Equity Association, and is most known for playing Marcus in multiple productions of the hit two-man musical comedy MURDER FOR TWO,  at TheatreSquared, Mason Street Warehouse at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts (dir. David Eggers) and the Lake Dillon Theatre Company (dir. Chis Alleman). Brian also recently starred as Tommy in the rock opera THE WHO'S TOMMY at the West Virginia Public Theater (dir. Stephen Casey/Keith Schneider), and also played Jim Farrell in TITANIC: the musical (Nat'l Tour). He was seen as Bart in THE 12: A NEW ROCK MUSICAL (Signature NY) written by Robert Schenkken and Neil Berg, as well as in productions of PARADE and THE SECRET GARDEN. In Florida Studio Theatre's cabaret production PIANO MEN, Brian sang the songs of Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, and Elton John for a record breaking 26 weeks, and to almost 19,000 patrons.

As a vocalist and entertainer Brian has toured the United States, Canada and Caribbean performing in concert at some of the country's most popular venues including Jazz @ Lincoln Center, The Kimmel Center, NJPAC, and Avery Fischer Hall where he worked the PBS New Years Eve broadcast of ONE SINGULAR SENSATION: Celebrating Marvin Hamlisch.