|Birth Day:||August 17, 1946|
|Birth Place:||London, England, United Kingdom|
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A year later he played one of the leads in Children of the Wolf, with Sheelagh Cullen and Yvonne Mitchell at London's Apollo Theatre. Briant was subsequently nominated for the 'Best Newcomer' award by the London theatre critics that year for this role. Put under contract at Elstree Film Studios in late 1973, Briant starred in four films; Straight On till Morning, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter and Demons of the Mind. He also appeared in television series such as Van der Valk, The Sweeney, and Jack Gold's The Naked Civil Servant with John Hurt. During this time Briant appeared in many BBC drama series and Plays of the Month, most notably Warris Hussein's Notorious Woman opposite Rosemary Harris, George Chakiris and Jeremy Irons. In 1973, in Hollywood, he played the title role in Glenn Jordan's The Picture of Dorian Gray a two part Movie of the Week for America's ABC network. Other later film and television credits include John Huston's The Mackintosh Man with Paul Newman; guest starring in Jeffrey Bloom's Veronica Clare; playing Jack Palance's son in the film Hawk the Slayer; starring in David Wolper's Murder is Easy with Olivia de Havilland; and Just Jaekin's Lady Chatterley's Lover. According to Filmink " he specialised in beautiful, androgynous, tormented young men."
Briant has had seven novels published in Australia and one in the United States. In Australia, The Webber Agenda (1994), The Chasen Catalyst (1995), Hitkids (1999), Bite of the Lotus (2001) and Graphic (2005) Worst Nightmares and The Dreamhealer, and in the United States Worst Nightmares. His American released novel, Worst Nightmares was published in hardback by Vanguard Press in 2009; a mass market edition was published in 2010. Shane finished the sequel on 3 March 2011, The Dreamhealer. His latest novel, Live Feed, an indictment of the electronic media couched within the framework of a thriller, was released on Amazon.com and Createspace.com in July 2015. He has written an autobiography titled Always the Bad Guy which is only available online at Amazon.
Currently, Shane Briant is 76 years, 3 months and 18 days old. Shane Briant will celebrate 77th birthday on a Thursday 17th of August 2023.
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