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Brian could refer to:
- Brian, a news anchor who reports about Building 26.
- Brian, the victim of a prank caught on video.
- Brian Avery, a stunt double for Heroes.
- Brian Blair, a special effects makeup artist for Heroes.
- Dartenea Bryant, a stunt double for Heroes.
- Jamira Bryant, an accountant for Heroes.
- Brian Buccellato, a colorist for the Heroes graphic novels.
- Brian Dante, a Heroes Evolutions character, seen in videos on Hana's website, creator of the brianundaunted blog.
- Brian Davis, an evolved human with the power of telekinesis, Sylar's first victim.
- Brian Estwick, the actor who portrays Reginald Stanley, the carnival strongman.
- Bryan Fuller, a producer and a writer for Heroes.
- Brianna Goldie, a stunt double for Judith Shekoni on Heroes Reborn.
- Brian Kimmet, the actor who portrays Kyle Dilman.
- Brian Kong, an artist who worked on the Heroes trading cards.
- Bryan Krasner, the actor who portrays a burly guy.
- Brian Kronenberg, a grip for Heroes.
- Brian Morri, the actor who portrays Mr. Crane.
- Brian Munce, a stunt double and stunt driver for Heroes.
- Elizabeth O'Brien, a stand-in actor on Heroes.
- Hugh Aodh O'Brien does stunts for Heroes.
- Brian Palermo, the actor who portrays Bob, a Hotspur employee.
- Brian Prescott, the actor who portrays Agent Howard.
- Brian Skala, the actor who portrays David Sullivan.
- Bryan Spicer, a director for Heroes.
- Brian Tarantina, the actor who portrays "weasel", one of Linderman's thugs.
- Brian Williams (misspelled as "Brain Williams"), the NBC Nightly News anchor, seen reporting on Nathan Petrelli's Congressional campaign on the television in Le Bar.