JOHN BRODSKY is a New York based actor with over ten years of professional experience. John has worked on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent with Jeff Goldblum”, “RISE” on NBC, and most recently he could be seen on CBS’ “FBI”. His feature films include, “Admission” starring Tina Fey, “The Maid’s Room” with Bill Camp, and a supporting lead in Netflix’s “Black Site Delta” starring Cam Gigandet where he was reviewed favorably by L.A Weekly. John has starred in many short films with a number of different directors, including directors from Columbia University and New York University. Two of the short films he worked on went to the Cannes Film Festival, and the short film “Day 39” was a finalist in the 2016 Student Academy Awards. Casting directors that know and enjoy his work are, David Caparelliotis and Lauren Port, Telsey + Company, Barden/Schnee, Bowling/Mischa, Jonathan Strauss, Julie Schubert, and Cindy Tolan. In addition to acting, John enjoys the production side of television and filmmaking, and he has experience with project financing and development.
John is currently studying with Sean Folster in his Folster Studio program. He is looking forward to pursuing more independent film, television and theatre opportunities.