Bryan Harris

Bryan Harris (Louis Braille) comes from a bad place in the middle of nowhere, and has lived in New York City for almost five years. He's a long-time journalist and editor, and is the author of "The Sanctity of Marriage Handbook," (Penguin/Tarcher 2005), which makes fun of politicians who want to outlaw gay marriage. He's been a biker, a climber, an alpine mountaineer, and an online personality at CNBC.com. He now runs a little marketing firm, writes songs, and recites Buddhist chants. His theater credits include a role as Volmer in a community theater production of M*A*S*H, from which he stole an ill-fitting Army jacket that he wore for many years. It's his sincerest hope that he can snatch something equally useful from this production.