Brian Markinson stars in "Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome" on Syfy as Silas Nash. Markinson previously starred in "Caprica" as Jordan Duram.

Brian Markinson was born in New York and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. He studied acting in London and then moved back to New York to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He starred on Broadway in Neil Simon's "Lost in Yonkers" and was cast by director Mike Nichols in Jules Feiffer's off-Broadway play, "Elliot Loves." Markinson continued to work with Nichols many times, appearing in films that he directed such as "Wolf," "Primary Colors" and "What Planet Are You From?" Other feature film credits include "City of Angels," "Enemy of the State" and "Up Close and Personal." More recently, he was seen in "Charlie Wilson's War," starring Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, and "Shooter," starring Mark Wahlberg.

On Canadian television, Markinson most recently starred as Dr. Ryan DiSilvio in "Shattered" and as Police Chief Bill Jacobs in "Da Vinci's Inquest." Markinson also played the recurring role of Aaron Kornbluth in Showtime's "The L Word" and starred in USA Network's "Touch Evil," alongside Jeffrey Donovan, and FOX's short-lived series "Girls Club," with Gretchen Mol and Kathleen Robertson. On FOX's "Dark Angel," Markinson played the recurring role of Dr. Sam Carr. He also starred in the Emmy-award winning "NYPD Blues" episodes "Lost Israel - Parts 1 and 2."

Markinson lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife, actress Nancy Kerr, and their two boys, Evan and Isaac.


Birthplace: New York
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Wife: Nancy Kerr

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