If You Want to Get Close to Bryan Greenberg, Move to ChelseaBy Delaina Dixon | August 24, 2009 | Entertainment
At least temporarily! Bryan Greenberg is starring in the upcoming HBO series How to Make It in America, where he plays Ben, a fashion designer hustling his biz in New York City.
You may remember him from the 2005 movie Prime (also shot in NYC!) as the major hottie who provided some serious boy toy action for Uma Thurman, a 37-year old divorcee who’s unknowingly shtupping her therapist Meryl Streep‘s 23-year-old son!
How to Make It in America is about to start production next month, and location scouting notices are popping up in buildings in the neighborhood of Chelsea. They’re looking for “interesting spaces” in which to shoot the series, described as “a collection of stories drawn from the fabric of New York City… focused around the relationship between friends and their determination to see their dreams through.”
I’m determined on finding an apartment on 18th street and Eighth Avenue for the chance for Bryan to recreate one of his infamous Prime love scenes in my own boudoir!
This isn’t the first time Bryan has been on TV. The 30-year-old from Omaha, NE., starred as a writer who returns to his hometown for two seasons on the ABC drama, October Road, and had a run on The CW’s One Tree Hill.
Let’s not forget the little stint he did on HBO’s reality drama Unscripted, which followed the lives of three actors trying to make it big in Hollywood (we actually saw Bryan get the casting call for Prime!).
I don’t know about Tinseltown, but seems like Bryan’s made a big deal of himself right here in the Big Apple.