Gaius Charles stars as phenomenal running back, Brian "Smash" Williams, in the NBC television drama "Friday Night Lights."

A recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon,  Gaius Charles received his B.F.A. in drama, graduating magna cum laude. At Carnegie Mellon,  Charles performed in productions such as: "Spunk," the first all-black production in the conservatory's 100-year history; "Candide;" and "The Wild Party."  Charles also appeared in the Princeton Shakespeare Festival productions of "Romeo and Juliet," as Mercutio, and "A Comedy of Errors." Charles' additional stage performances include "The Clink" with the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in Sydney, Australia.  Charles also wrote, performed and produced his one-man show, "Meet Me in Iraq." In television, Charles guest starred in NBC's drama series "Book of Daniel."

Charles has a passion for aviation and hopes to one day become a private pilot.  Charles is also an aspiring screenwriter, presently working on independent projects to bring to the big screen.

Charles currently resides in Teaneck, New Jersey.

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Age: 34 years old
Birthday: May 2, 1983
Height: 5' 11"
Birthplace: New York City, NY
Current Residence: Teaneck, NJ

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