Brian Krause is a versatile actor. he's a big fan favourite, the man of many faces who just happens to be all round good good guy, did I mention he play's a pretty good game of golf. Well now Brian is just one of the many high profile actors who have joined the ranks of the Garrison7 film franchise. 

Brian will play Kalen, a General in the Garrison 7 Universe and 2nd in command of the Orion resistance. Brian recently showed his devotion to fans by making a special trip to Supanova Fans to promote Garrison7:The Fallen book being released early 2018.

Born under two pounds and a few months early he has been overcoming the odds ever since.

Brian trained at The Actors Workshop in Laguna for 5 years before he broke through landing the lead role in Return to the Blue Lagoonopposite Milla Jovovich. From there he would star in the Stephen King original screenplay Sleepwalkers, directed by Mick Garris.

Krause landed his first role in 1989 as a student in the TV series TV 101.

He then starred in the made-for-TV-movie Match Point, the CBS Schoolbreak Special "American Eyes", and An American Summer, before landing his first major role as Richard Lestrange in the film Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991).

He was a co-star in the Bandit series prior to his most notable role of Leo Wyatt, in The WB Network series Charmed (1998–2006).

But it wasn’t until the mid ’90s when landing a role as a possible recurring role on a unknown Aaron Spelling show that he would gain the most recognition as the beloved ‘Leo’ in the television show Charmed.

Krause originally auditioned for the role of Andy Trudeau but was cast as Piper's handyman  and whitelighter love interest. After 8 seasons Krause has had many guest spots on various shows, from Madmen to CSI Miami and Castle.

Most recently Krause has gotten behind the camera producing and directing a docudrama about homelessness in America. Krause continues his love for film making and looks forward to future projects.

When not working he enjoys playing baseball in a men’s league for the last 10 years and has a passion for long distance running.  He is now training for his 4th marathon and is looking to break the elusive 4:00 hour mark