Brennan ClostVerified by our team
Brennan Clost, a Candian actor/dancer is known for his roles as Daniel on the Family series, The Next Step, and Shane McRae in the Netflix series, Tiny Pretty Things. In 2011, he was named as one of the Top Senior Male Dancers at The Dance Awards in New York City. Further, he has worked in movies like King of the Camp and Country Crush.
Brennan was born on October 20, 1994, in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. His father, Scott Clost worked as field service for GE Healthcare, while his mother, Robin Clost worked as an elementary teacher. Further, Brennan has a brother named, Trevor.
Brennan Clost Relationship and Sexuality
The 26-year-old, Brennan Clost is currently not dating anyone. The Next Step actor has publicly revealed about dating men in the past. However, Clost doesn't prefer to label his sexuality. He once said that is not straight.
As per one interview, Brennan dated a guy while he was at Juilliard School. When asked about his sexuality, Clost added: "So now I’m in a place of, I just don’t label it. I think I could fall in love with anybody, and I never had that confidence before, when I was younger."
Likewise, Brennan was excited to play an openly gay dancer in Tiny Pretty Things as the character resonated with him.
The talented actor/dancer, Brennan Clost has a net worth of $500,000. He has been active in the entertainment industry since 2005. However, Clost's breakthrough performance came as Daniel in the Canadian teen drama series, The Next Step. He appeared on the show from 2013-2015 and later in 2017.
The average salary for actors in Canada ranges somewhere between $40,323-$72,323. Besides acting and dancing, Clost is a social media star as well. He has a self-titled YouTube channel which has 67k subscribers as of 2021.
Clost has yet to make a breakthrough in big-screen. On the other hand, he has appeared on Canada's Got Talent and Degrassi: The Next Generation. Lauren Holly, who acted alongside Clost in Tiny Pretty Things has a net worth of $14 million.
Brennan Clost Juilliard School
Clost was interested in dancing since his childhood, but growing up, he was bullied for being a male dancer. Clost began dancing competitively at 7. Moreover, at 14, he became the World Silver medalist in the International Dance Organization junior soloist category in Germany.
Watch Brennan and Josh's kissing scene in Tiny Pretty Things!
Clost studied at various dance studios across southern Ontario, including the National Ballet School of Canada and Springboard Danse Montreal. Clost trained in a variety of dance styles, including jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, and more. Do you know he initially wanted to study medicine?
After his dance teacher's advice, Brennan auditioned for the Juilliard School. In March 2012, he auditioned and was accepted on a scholarship. Additionally, Clost was one of two Canadian male dancers to be accepted onto the course.
Brennan's choreography was showcased annually at Juilliard's Choreographic Honours Program and in elementary schools throughout New York City, and he graduated in 2016.