Brian Markinson

Brian Markinson started his career in the New York theater scene, performing on Broadway in Neil Simon's Pulitzer Prize and Tony award winning Lost in Yonkers and off-Broadway in Elliot Loves, directed by Mike Nichols. Brian has gone on to work with Nichols in multiple films including, Wolf, Primary Colors, multi Emmy award winning mini-series Angels in America and Charlie Wilson's War. He has worked with Woody Allen extensively, appearing in Sweet and Lowdown, Small Time Crooks and The Curse of the Jade Scorpion. Other film credits include Godzilla, Shooter and Enemy of the State. Brian has over 100 television credits, which include the critically acclaimed FX series Fargo, and AMC’s Mad Men, as well as Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, Rogue. He also starred in the Chris Haddock series, Romeo Section, which earned him a Canadian Screen Award nomination. Most recently, he recurs in the CBC mini-series, Unspeakable.
 
Brian was nominated for a Gemini Award for his role as James Roszko in the film Mayerthorpe. He lives in Vancouver, Canada with his wife and two sons.