About

Brian Plocharczyk, a native Chicagoan, grew up on the south side of the city. He began acting in high school and furthered his education at Northern Illinois University where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in acting. Since his time in college, Brian has developed the reputation of being a multi-faceted, passionate and talented performer.

Brian’s Contact

Email – brian@brianplo.com

Phone – 708.307.6136

Brian’s Representation

Grossman & Jack Talent
Phone – 312.587.1155

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Brian’s Full Bio

Brian Plocharczyk (pronounced “Plo-Har-Check”), a native Chicagoan, grew up on the south side of the city. He began acting in high school and furthered his education at Northern Illinois University where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in acting. Since his time in college, Brian has developed the reputation of being a multi-faceted, passionate and talented performer.

In the commercial world, Brian has worked on and off camera as Evin, the spokesperson for Evoclin; he appeared as a panic-ridden airman in a spot for the Armed Forces Network; he was the voice of Spiderman for a Spiderman 2,  video game; he has been heard on the radio and television in spots for many companies, some of which include:  Sea World, the Illinois Lottery, Chevy, Hasbro, and The Ad Council.

He also has been a presence in the world of trade shows, and live industrials, presenting, crowd gathering, and being a product specialist for many companies such as: Phillips, Nintendo, Turning Technologies and U.S. Cellular.

On the more artistic side of things, Brian has acted in several Chicago based independent films such as Chicken Cargo, and the Yellow Door. Brian works a great deal in theatre as well, both as an actor and more recently as a director and fight choreographer.  As an actor, he as appeared at a number of venues, including: Lifeline, Chicago Shakespeare, Next Theatre, Theatre at The Center, City Lit and Stage Left Theatre, where he is a member of the artistic ensemble.

In addition to acting in the traditional sense, Brian also works in the world of stage and film violence. Using his training from the Society of American Fight Directors, and The International Stunt School, Brian is becoming known as a visceral and engaging Actor/Combatant and an emerging stunt performer and fight choreographer. Part of his success in this area is due to his physical skills as a second degree black belt in Shotokan Karate; he has been teaching martial arts since 1997.