John Brotherton most recently starred on Ryan Murphy’s anthology series “American Horror Stories” and was a series regular on five seasons of Netflix’s “Fuller House.” After graduating from Oregon State University with a degree in Theatre Arts, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked consistently in series such as “Timeless,” “2 Broke Girls,” “Dexter,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “Fairly Legal” and “Friends With Benefits.” Hallmark viewers know him from his lead roles in the original movies “The Christmas Contest” and last year’s “Lights, Camera, Christmas!”
Brotherton’s film credits include the international box office hit Furious 7, part of the Fast and the Furious franchise. In addition to playing Kurt Russell’s right-hand man, Brotherton stepped in to complete the performance work for the scenes that Paul Walker had not yet filmed before his sudden passing. Additional feature credits include James Wan’s The Conjuring, Precious Cargo with Bruce Willis, Guardians of the Galaxy and as the male lead in Lionsgate’s The Drone. Most recently, he was seen as the lead in the independent film The Undertaker’s Wife with Shannyn Sossamon.