Brendan Gall

Brendan Gall has written four plays: A Quiet Place, Panhandled, Alias Godot and Wide Awake Hearts. He has also co-written or co-created works with Public Recordings, Convergence Theatre, UnSpun Theatre and Small Wooden Shoe. Brendan's writing has been nominated for the Governor General's Award and four Dora Mavor Moore Awards, translated into German and Italian, and produced in the United States and Italy. Brendan himself has also been nominated for the K.M. Hunter Artist Award for Theatre twice. He is currently a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon Theatre. Brendan currently lives in Los Angeles with his family, where he writes and produces for the NBC/Warner Bros television series Blindspot. He is also an actor.


If you're frosting and you don't have cream cheese in you, you should shoot yourself in the face because you're a waste of everyone's time
Theres a baby skeeping ob me so im tweeting this wirh my lefy hamd.
The hip hop community has all quietly conceded that the best rap song is that song from Space Jam, right?
My favourite movie genre is drunk-man-coaches-girls-sports-team.