Brian Dietzen stars in "NCIS" on CBS as Jimmy Palmer.

A Colorado native, Brian Dietzen graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder where he received a BFA, with a major in acting. He performed for two years with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and spent five years performing contemporary theatrical works, ranging from "Equus" to "Same Time, Next Year," in a role which garnered him the UROP grant for Outstanding Achievement in the Creative Arts.

Upon moving to Los Angeles, Dietzen Brian was cast as a series regular in the WB's "My Guide to Becoming a Rock Star." At the Hudson Stage in Los Angeles, he won critical acclaim starring opposite Steve Rudnick in a two-man theater production of "The Oldest Man in Show Biz." He also appeared in the series "Boston Public" and "One on One."

Brian Dietzen made his feature film debut in "From Justin to Kelly" and has been seen in indies such as "Nowhere to Hide," "Self-Inflicted" and "Purgatory House."

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Age: 39 years old
Birthday: November 14, 1977
Height: 6' 0"
Birthplace: Colorado

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