Brian Gross

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Brian Gross (born 1976 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa) is an actor starring in the 1998 TV series Wind on Water as Kelly Connolly and has also appeared in numerous films and TV movies.

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Gross portrays Captain James T. Kirk from episode 9 in the fan-created series Star Trek: Phase II .

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Gross graduated from his high school in Iowa in 1995. He then went on to obtain his degree in International Business from Loyola Marymount University. He is also an outspoken advocate of gay rights.

Film

Television


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