|Born||May 13, 1977|
Brian Smith is an American actor who was born on May 13, 1977. Brian Smith's recent filmography includes the movies Concrete Blondes (2013) and Concrete Blondes (2013). Brian Smith's recent TV credits include MasterChef and The Taste. Brian Smith has a limited fanbase on Spotify with only around 70 followers and a popularity score of 4 out of 100 as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Hide Me In Your Heart" from the album City On A Hill: Sing Alleluia.
Brian Smith Movies
There are about 9 movies featuring Brian Smith as of 2018. Some of the most recent Brian Smith movies include Concrete Blondes, Concrete Blondes, and Gospel Dream. Concrete Blondes was released in 2013. Concrete Blondes was also released in 2013. Gospel Dream was released in 2006.
Brian Smith TV Shows
|Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution|
|The Biggest Loser|
|The Biggest Loser USA|
As of 2018, Brian Smith has contributed to about 6 TV shows. Some of the most recent Brian Smith TV appearances include MasterChef, The Taste, and Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. Brian Smith directed MasterChef in 2016. In 2013, he directed The Taste and he directed Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution in 2010.
Brian Smith Popular Songs
Hide Me In Your Heart
City On A Hill: Sing Alleluia
Mama And Daddy
Racism In Cedar Lake (Laugh Factory 2018)
Laugh Factory: Comedians In Chicago
Mama And Daddy
Hanging Loose (Instrumental)
When I Reach the Place I'm Going
As of 2018, Brian Smith has 70 followers and a popularity score of 4 on Spotify. City On A Hill: Sing Alleluia, Mama And Daddy, and Laugh Factory: Comedians In Chicago are some of the more popular Brian Smith albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Hide Me In Your Heart, Fafca, and Racism In Cedar Lake (Laugh Factory 2018). Hide Me In Your Heart has a popularity score of 7 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Brian Smith. Fafca and Racism In Cedar Lake (Laugh Factory 2018) have popularity scores of 2 and 1, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.