Feb. 27th, 1980
Eugene, Oregon, USA
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Brandon Richard Beemer (born February 27, 1980) is an American soap opera actor and model. He is best known for his role as Shawn-Douglas Brady on the American soap Days of Our Lives (2006 to 2008), and Owen Knight on The Bold and the Beautiful (2008–2012).
Born in Eugene, Oregon. He is of German and Irish ancestry. His first job was as a driver at the local Coca-Cola bottling plant. After high school, he moved to New York City and briefly modeled. There, he began taking acting classes, and soon decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue acting full-time.
Beemer played Shawn-Douglas Brady on Days of our Lives and made his debut in the role on September 29, 2006. He replaced Jason Cook, who had played the role since October 1999. On January 21, 2008, it was reported that Beemer and his co-star 'Martha Madison' had been fired from the show. Their last airdate was March 24, 2008. It was announced in May 2008 that Beemer would be joining the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful. Beemer made his debut on B&B, July 2, 2008. He played Owen Knight from 2008 to 2012.
In 2011, Beemer was part of the cast in the docu-reality show Dirty Soap, a new reality series following the real-lives of 5 fellow soap stars that documents both their personal and professional lives. Dirty Soap debuted on September 25, 2011 on the E! Network. On February 9, 2012, Beemer starred as psychologist Luke Parker in the first official screening of the short horror film, BloodMoon, directed by Farnaz Samiinia. In 2013, he starred in Lesley-Anne Down's husband directed movie Bering Sea Beast, and also appeared on Michelle Stafford's comedy series The Stafford Project.
- Discovered by filmmaker David DeCoteau for the film The Brotherhood.
- After graduating in 1998 from Willamette High School in Eugene, Oregon, he worked as a driver at the local Coca-Cola bottling plant. He decided to try for a modeling career and moved to Los Angeles, where acting classes and some luck brought him roles on television and in low-budget features.