Bryan trained at the Samuel Beckett Theatre in Trinity College. Theatre highlights as an actor include: 'Johnny Patterson The Singing Irish Clown' (Barabbas) Irish Times Theatre Award Best Supporting Actor 2009, 'A Christmas Carol' (The Ark), 'Act Without Words II' (Company SJ) in NYC, Dublin & London, 'The Blanch' (Carpet), 'Can You Catch A Mermaid?' (The Pavilion), 'The Children of Lir' (The Abbey), 'My Foot My Tutor' (Articulate Anatomy) Absolut Fringe Award 2004 Best Actor; and for television The Beo Show (RTÉ).
As Director: 'Fight Night' (Rise) double award winner Absolut Fringe 2010.
As Movement Director: 'Stones in His Pockets' (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, Cork and Galway) 'Zoe’s Play' (The Ark), 'Macbeth' (Second Age), 'Fool For Love' (Peacock), 'Myrmidons' (Ouroborus).
Bryan has taught movement at Trinity College Dublin, Accademia dell’Arte in Italy and currently teaches Physical Theatre at The Lir Academy, Dublin - Ireland’s National Academy of Dramatic Art.
Devised by the company from a prose text titled "Glowworm" by Tom Nieboer.