Brian Letscher was born and raised near Detroit, Michigan. After graduating with an Economics degree and playing football for The University of Michigan, Brian moved to New York City to pursue acting. After a stint with the Public Theater Shakespeare Lab, he quickly landed roles in film (Kate and Leopold, Puccini For Beginners), television (Law and Order: CI, SVU), and theater (Burning Blue).
Brian also began working with The Purple Rose Theatre in Chelsea, Michigan. He played the lead role of Bo Decker in William Inge's Bus Stop, and the production earned The Detroit Free Press' "Best Play" award. Brian became a produced playwright when The Purple Rose developed and produced a full equity run of his first play, When The Lights Come On, about his experiences in the world of college football.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Brian has appeared in over a dozen television shows while becoming a member of The Pacific Residents Theatre Company and continuing to write and develop his own work.
He is best known for his recurring role as Secret Service Agent Tom on ABC's Scandal.
- He was a member of the 1993 Rose Bowl Championship team for University of Michigan Football.
- His older brother, Matt Letscher, is also an actor. They both appeared on episodes of Scandal but never shared a scene.
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