Brendan Hines was a multi-hyphenate talent in the early 21st century, making a name for himself in TV, movies, and music. Born on December 28, 1976 in Baltimore, MD, Hines studied acting at Loyola Blakesfield, before moving to upstate New York, where he was one of the founding members of the Bakerloo Theatre Project. After making his feature film debut in the indie drama "Ordinary Sinner" (2001), Hines broke into the world of television with an appearance on the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (The WB, 1997-2003) spinoff "Angel" (The WB, 1999-2004). Throughout the early 2000s, Hines appeared in a few independent feature films, including "True Dreams" (2002), "Heavy Petting" (2007), and "Deep in the Valley" (2009). He also became a recurring player on a number of popular TV shows, including "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" (FOX, 2008-2009), "Lie to Me" (FOX, 2009-2011), "Scandal" (ABC, 2012-), and "Suits" (USA, 2011-). In 2008, Hines released his debut album, "Good For You Know Who" under the name The Brendan Hines. Hines could most recently be seen playing Superian on Amazon's live action version of the cult animated superhero comedy "The Tick" (Amazon, 2017-).
Moved to Los Angeles
Co-starred with Malin Akerman in "Heavy Petting"
Released an album of 10 original songs, Good For You Know Who
Had a recurring role as Andy Goode in the FOX series, "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"
Played Tyler Ford in the ABC Family series "The Middleman"
Cast as Eli Loker, an expert at deception detection, in the FOX series "Lie to Me"