Brett Kline is a Los Angeles based actor, writer and stand up comedian who works consistently in television, film and radio. He started stand up comedy during high school, performing at clubs and bars around the Detroit comedy scene. His parents took him to open mics, because he was not old enough to attend the venues at which he was performing by himself. While earning his BFA in Acting from Michigan State University, Brett won the school's comedy competition 'Last Spartan Standing' and received paid gigs opening for bigger names like Melissa Villeseñor, Bobcat Goldthwait and Mark Normand.
After graduation, Brett moved to New York City to work as a comedy writer for United Stations Radio Networks while performing nightly at top venues like Dangerfield's, New York Comedy Club, Carolines On Broadway and Gotham Comedy Club.
Brett has since gained many performing credits, including the SLO Comedy Festival, the Connecticut Comedy Festival, Mayor of Kingstown (Paramount+) and Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Sony/TriStar).
A proud member of SAG-AFTRA, Brett now lives in Santa Clarita as a new dad and practices sign language with his wife who is Deaf. He is a big fan of both Star Wars and Star Trek and doesn't believe one has to choose.
Elev8 Talent & Literary Agency (Los Angeles)
Productions Plus (Detroit)