- Full Name Daniel Brendan La Cava
- Nickname Brendan Wayne
- Occupation Actor
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Encino, California, USA
- Birth Date Feb 08, 1972
- Age 50 Years, 3 Months
- Height 6 Feet
Brendan Wayne | BiographySon of Hollywood Icon John Wayne
In 2019, Wayne appeared as Mandalorian Warrior in Season 1 Episode 8, titled 'Chapter 8: Redemption' of 'The Mandalorian'. The series follows the travels of a lone bounty hunter Din Djarin (played by Pedro Pascal), in the galaxy's outer reaches. In addition, Wayne performed stunt doubles for Pedro Pascal in 16 episodes of 'The Mandalorian' from 2019 to 2020.
Brendan Wayne is an American actor best recognized as Mandalorian Warrior in the Disney + TV series The Mandalorian.
Who is Brendan Wayne?
Daniel Brendan La Cava was born on 8 February 1972 in Encino, California. He attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) in Pasadena, California.
Wayne first appeared on the screen in 2001, making a guest appearance as Mike in The WB supernatural action drama series Angel. He subsequently debuted as Chill Officer in the 2002 film A Midsummer Night's Rave.
Wayne went on to appear in films like S.W.A.T. (2003), Home of the Brave (2006), and Fast and Furious (2009). He then came into the limelight after portraying the role of Charlie Lyle in Jon Favreau-directed film Cowboys & Aliens in 2011. His other film credits include The Red House (2014) and Devil's Revenge (2019).
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The actor also guest-starred in multiple TV series, including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Dustin Lightfoot in 2008 and Sons of Anarchy as Renny in 2014. In 2015, he appeared as Jiaying's assistant in four episodes of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
In 2019, Wayne appeared as Mandalorian Warrior in Season 1 Episode 8, titled 'Chapter 8: Redemption' of The Mandalorian. The series follows the travels of a lone bounty hunter Din Djarin (played by Pedro Pascal), in the galaxy's outer reaches. In addition, Wayne performed stunt doubles for Pedro Pascal in 16 episodes of The Mandalorian from 2019 to 2020.
In addition to acting, Wayne served as an associate producer for the 2008 short film Mouth of Caddo.
His Grandfather was a popular Hollywood icon.
Born as Marion Morrison on 26 May 1907 in Winterset, Iowa, Brendan's grandfather John "Duke" Wayne moved to the West with his family in 1914 and eventually settled in Glendale, California.
John began his career in the entertainment industry, initially working as an assistant at the Fox Film Corporation. Then he made his film debut in a bit uncredited role as a football player in Brown of Harvard (1926). He appeared in bit parts in numerous films before landing his first breakout role as Ringo Kid in Stagecoach (1939).
His other notable film credits included The Alamo (1960), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1932), and True Grit (1969). He had more than 180 acting credits during his 50 years of acting career. He also had nearly 30 credits as a producer.
Brendan's grandfather passed away on 11 June 1979 when Brendan was only seven years old.
Born as his Parents' one of eight children.
Brendan was born as one of his parent's eight children, Toni Wayne and Donald Leon LaCava. Brendan's seven siblings are Anita, Mark, Brigid, Kevin, Christopher, Peter, and David.
Brendan's mother was also an actress who made a couple of uncredited cameo appearances in her father John's films, such as The Quiet Man (1952) and The Alamo (1960).
She also appeared in documentary shorts like Meet the Stars #3: Variety Reel #1 (1941) and The Making of 'The Quiet Man' (1992). She died of lung cancer on 6 December 2000.
Brendan's father was a Navy Pilot who passed away in the late 2010s.
Brandan is married to his wife, Sara Arrington. The couple tied the knot on 8 November 2000.
Brandan's wife was born in Reed City, Michigan, where she began acting at a young age. She performed in the Crossroads Theater Guild and eventually became an outstanding actor with an unwavering love for creating characters.
After graduating in Theater Performance from Western Michigan University, she moved to Los Angeles to study at AADA. She began a professional acting career in 2002 and gained recognition for her roles in films like S.W.A.T. (2003), Faster (2010), Safe House (2012), and The Jungle Book (2016).