Victor Browne made his television debut in January, 1996, as One Life To Live's" charming, yet mysterious, college student Drew Buchanan.
Born in Newfoundland, Canada, Browne, whose father was in the Air Force, has called many places home, including the Phillipines. However, he was primarily raised in Macon, Georgia, where he attended high school. Browne attended Georgia State University and later studied acting privately in Los Angeles and New York.
While this is Browne's first television role, he was featured in the short film, "Throwing Stones," and appeared in the independent film, "I Shot Andy Warhol," which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival. Browne's theater credits include regional productions of "A Lie of the Mind,' "Sweet Bird of Youth," "Key Exchange," "Greensleeves," and "Streamers."
Browne has been featured in many commercial television and print campaigns, but is most recognized from his international jeans commercial, which is still running worldwide and is scheduled to run in the U.S. shortly.
When he is not working, Browne enjoys all sports, especially racquetball, tennis, golf, skiing and horseback riding.