Actor Brian Hallisay was born on October 31, 1978 in Washington, D.C. He graduated from Gonzaga College High School in 1996, and earned a degree in Economics and History in 2000 at Cornell.
Brian Hallisay began his career in show business by appearing in an episode of The Inside, playing Jake Carrington with Rachel Nichols and Adam Baldwin. He was next seen as Dr. George Harmon on the Lifetime network’s series Strong Medicine, in the episode “Chief Complaints.” In 2006, he was given a role in the Kevin Rodney Sullivan-directed TV movie A.K.A., a crime drama which also stars John Leguizamo. Hallisay made his feature film debut in the comedy Bottoms Up, where he portrayed Hayden Field alongside Jason Mewes, David Keith and Paris Hilton. This was followed by a series of television appearances. He was in Jerry Bruckheimer’s Without A Trace as Alex Stark, Meredith Stiehm’s Cold Case and CSI: NY opposite Gary Sinise. He was also given a guest spot in the drama series Bones, which stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. His next project became Bionic Woman, where he played Dr. Mark Stevens for a 2007 episode. In 2008, he was given the role of Ryan Haas in Medium, an NBC drama series starring Patricia Arquette. Hallisay was then approached to play the role of the wealthy and charming bachelor Will Davis in The CW’s Privileged. Will Davis is the potential love interest of the lead character, the smart and endearing Megan Smith, played by JoAnna Garcia. Davis is the son of a publisher, and his family lives next door to the rich but rebellious twins Rose and Sage, played by Lucy Kate Hale and Ashley Newbrough. Will becomes attracted to Megan when she becomes the twins’ tutor, and there is more to him than what he shows.