Played by David Fynn
David Fynn stars as Brett, a gay bartender in NBC's comedy "Undateable."
Fynn began his training at the Webber Douglas Academy in London. His theater credits include "She Stoops to Conquer" at the National Theatre in London, for which he received an Evening Standard nomination for best newcomer; "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at the Donmar Warehouse, for which he received both a Broadway World nomination for best actor in a musical and a WhatsOnStage nomination for best ensemble; "After the Party" in London's West End and "Mojo" for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
In addition to appearing on many of the UK's biggest television comedies including "The Inbetweeners," "Peep Show," and "Life's Too Short," directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, Fynn has recurring roles on "Big Bad World" and "Pete versus Life" with Rafe Spall.
Fynn is also an accomplished dramatic actor, having had roles on dramas such as "Dr. Who," "Sherlock," HBO's "Game of Thrones" and the BBC's "Mayday" and "Spooks."
His film work includes "Look of Love" starring Steve Coogan and directed by Michael Winterbottom, "Leap Year" with Amy Adams and "Deviation." Fynn won the best actor award for the short "Amazing People: The Man with the Wobbly Hand" at both the Margate Comedy Film Festival and the Sitcom Trials in London.
He directed a sellout run of "Thunderer" at the Edinburgh Festival and won the Dark Chat Award for best director.