Bryan Hearne (born on September 23, 1988 in Staten Island, New York) is an American actor who was a cast member of "All That" from 2002 to 2003. He first began acting at the age of three.
Bryan auditioned once for the show after sending a tape from New York to California where he was later added to the cast of the re-launch series. He left the series after the 8th season to pursue a music career and was replaced by Christina Kirkman.
Bryan's other credits include appearing in films such as "Hardball" and "Pootie Tang." He has also guest-starred on TV shows such as "Third Watch," "Providence," "Whoopi" and "Everybody Hates Chris."
As of 2012, Bryan is now a rapper who goes under the name "Comodity" and is part of a rap group called the Crown Holders.
- Zigfried - Crazy Taxi Driver
- Reron - Harry Bladder
- Host - Rate the Pain
- Mr. Flopples - Max and Mr. Flopples
- His acting influences include Eddie Murphy, Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Don Cheadle & Wayne Brady
- Originally went under the name "Holl E Wood" when he first began recording songs
- Is good friends with former actor Jeffrey Wood