In the American entertainment industry, you will probably not find anyone whose profile is as rich and diverse as that of Brian Wecht. A former theoretical physicist, he is now a renowned actor, comedian, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and social media personality, to name but a few.
His transition from his academic career to the world of buzz in the entertainment industry has become rare. Not only has Brian excelled and been recognized in good standing for what he is now doing, but he has consistently made sure that his fans want more from him. Here we will take a look at everything he has done over the years, starting with starting his life as Toto.
Brian Wecht Bio (Age)
The multi-talented artist was born on April 22, 1975, in Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Not many revelations have been made about his childhood; e.g. what school he went to, what he was like as a child, and even who his parents are. But considering that Brian was a renowned physicist before he ventured into the entertainment industry, we can assume that he had a normal childhood and devoted much of his young adult life to his studies.
In particular, he studied and earned his doctorate in particle physics at the University of California at San Diego. Brian had focused his research on supersymmetry, quantum field theory, and string theory. Before retiring from academia in 2015, he worked as a researcher at Harvard University, Queen Mary University of London, and several other renowned universities.
Before retiring as a particle physicist, Brian Wecht had actually started to test his entertainment skills as a musician and improvisation comedian (Ninja Brian figure) when he met Dan Avidan in 2009.
They formed the Ninja Sex Party – a musical comedy duo and started writing their own songs which they uploaded to their YouTube channel. While Avidan was responsible for the vocals, Brian played instruments like guitar, bass guitar, and drums. Thanks to their presence in social media, they enjoyed a reasonable amount of fame. In 2015, Ninja Sex Party was supported by Tupper Ware Remix Party as a backing band.
In 2013, Brian Wecht and Dan Avidan joined Arin Hanson to form Starbomb, another comedy band focused on video game parodies. In the group, Brian played musical instruments while Avidan sang and Arin offered rap vocals. The trio released their first and self-titled album Starbomb in 2013, followed by Player Select in 2014 and The TryForce in 2018.
Wecht expanded his career profile to include Team Game Grumps, for whom he worked as a social media manager and occasionally appeared with his Satrbomb half – Dan Avidan – in their video. Brian has been on the team and has proven to be an indispensable member of the web series Let’s Play. To his credit, Brian Wecht co-wrote Burgie Burgie and All Hail Burgie, which were very successful.
Family: Wife, Daughter
Brian Wecht is a family man, he is married to Rachel Bitney Wecht, with whom he shares a daughter named Audrey Wecht, born May 20, 2014. Not much information has been revealed about Rachel, but we do know a few things about her daughter. The little girl has been given the nickname Ninja Audrey to rhyme with her father’s Ninja Brian. She was shown on the channel Game Grumps, for which she holds the record as the youngest person to be seen on the channel. As she gets older, we may see that after what her father does, she has a life in the limelight ahead of her.
Height And Other Facts About The Musician
- Although he was born in New York, Brian moved to London as a child.
- The talented musician and comedian stand at a considerable height, but the exact numbers are not known.
- Wecht co-founded the weekly podcast entitled Story Collider; he tells stories about how science has changed our lives.
- The musician was inspired to study physics after seeing “Quantum Leap”.