BRENDAN JACOB SMITH
Singer | Actor | Songwriter
Brendan Jacob Smith is a singer, actor and songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. He recently finished his second summer performing with Hyannis Sound, Cape Cod's professional touring all-male a cappella group.
Brendan began singing in nursery school, where he was often mistaken for a soprano. He particularly enjoyed rock music and performed it at the legendary CBGB. At home, he drove his family nuts with his constant singing, before putting on private performances for his beloved cats, Fatty and Skinny (They are big fans).
Brendan soon moved onto choir, theatrical productions and concerts at Fiorello LaGuardia High (known as the "Fame'' school), making his stage debut there as Teen Angel in the musical Grease.
More recently, Brendan sang in "Considering Matthew Shepard,'' at Ithaca College and played the role of Frankie Epps in Parade at the Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival.
When he's back in New York City, Brendan writes music, performs for his cats and at various venues with his brother Damon Smith, and takes the A train to surf at Rockaway Beach.