Bryan Lee McGlothin has been putting ink to paper for a decade now, and among his most successful stories comes three stage plays “Blind Love” –a one-act play- produced by Theatre Southwest in Houston, Texas. “Blind Love” –the full length play- and “Have You Seen My Mother” both ran in the Country Playhouse Theatre also in Houston. In 1998, his stage play, “Have You Seen My Mother”, was also chosen as a semi-finalist in the Siena College International Playwrights Competition, placing in the top 12 of 220 scripts.
Bryan is a fresh, young author and his first non-fiction book “Have You Seen My Mother” emerges from years of research since finding his mother after more than thirty years of being apart; due to Bryan’s abduction by his father.
Bryan’s labor of love, pain and sadness has brought him to an understanding he could never have imagined, and he is now proud to present his and his mother’s story, as she has no voice for herself.
In addition to his writing career, Bryan is also a proud member of Screen Actors Guild, and has worked recently with Jonathan Rhys-Meyers on CBS' “Elvis", and with Mariel Hemingway in “Warning: Parental Advisory”, a VH1 Movie. Bryan has also worked on several independent films such as "Laughing Boy", many commercials and stage productions in the Houston, Texas area theatres. See his résumé HERE