Britain was classically trained in multiple disciplines such as Stanislovski, Viewpoints, Meisner at the National Theatre Institute (Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center), while also spending a short time in St. Petersburg, Russia at the State Theatre Arts Academy. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Studies from Baylor University (Est. 1845), studying such disciplines as Lee Strasberg, Uta Hagen and Stella Adler. This variety of training gave Britain the ability to develop his own unique approach to acting. He continued to hone his craft with scene study at the John Kirby Studio in Hollywood, CA. As well as, being mentored by Robert Ousley (a Broadway veteran of over 35 years).
Since beginning his acting career, Britain has landed leading and supporting roles in a number of feature films and television. Most notably, he performed the leading voiceover role as Daichi/ Ultraman X in the 50th Anniversary limited U.S. theatrical release of Ultraman X: The Movie (2017). He can also be seen in supporting roles In Holidays (2016), TV movies such as Online Abduction (aka Cyber Case) and Babysitter's Black Book on LMN, and shows such as Descendants: School of Secrets (2015) on the Disney Channel, Murder Book (2015), and Unusual Suspects (2016) on Investigation Discovery. As a trained character actor he has successfully portrayed everything from leading men, boy next door roles, to the computer wiz.
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-David Veal (Actor)
"As soon as [he] spoke the first words in the call back, I knew [he] was an incredible actor! [Britain] was born to do this, and I can't wait to see what [he] brings to the table..."
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"[Britain] should definitely be proud. I've seen some of his work... [He] definitely has a lot of talent. It was great to work on Pandemic with him and I'm happy that it made it to theaters briefly and now is on video on demand. Hopefully we'll be able to work on another project together."
-Matthew J. Evans (Actor)