Who is Brendon Zub?
Brendon James Zub was born in Vancouver, Canada; however, the actual date of his birth is unknown, but probably in the late 1980s. He is a film and TV actor, probably best recognized for landing the role of Gerard in the romantic comedy film “The Christmas Calendar” (2017), playing Trip Bailey in The CW’s fantasy drama series “Charmed” (2018), and featuring as Chuck Dodgson in The CW’s superhero series “Batwoman” (2019-2020).
How rich is he, as of now? Brendon Zub Net Worth
As of early 2022, Brendon Zub’s net worth is estimated at close to $2 million, earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry. He has worked on 40 television and film titles since he launched his career back in 2010.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Brendon relocated with his family to Calgary, Alberta at a young age. He holds Canadian nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. He was raised by his parents; however, little is known about them, their names, and professions, except that his father was a pastor. He has a younger brother named Jonathan Zub and a younger sister named Stephanie Joy. He is a Christian. Growing up in Canada, he wanted to become a professional baseball player. However, he changed his interests when his family moved to Hungary as missionaries when he was ten years old. He then became interested in acting while watching cult Hollywood movies on TV.
After being transferred to the Black Forest Academy, an international boarding school in Germany, Brendon started taking drama classes and performing in various school productions. He later returned to Canada to attend Ambrose University, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in History. He also studied Drama at Mount Royal College in his hometown.
Brendon Zub launched his acting career in 2010 when he made his debut TV appearance as Geoff in an episode of the Fox action-drama series “Human Target”. His feature film debut came later that year when he played a father in Chris Columbus’ action fantasy film “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief”, which is the first installment of the “Percy Jackson” franchise.
He continued to land minor roles in such TV series as “Emily Owens M.D.”, “Supernatural”, “Witches Of East End”, and “The Flash”, among many others. In 2014, he provided his voice to The King in Interdimensional Games’ video game “Consortium” and took the supporting role of Delano in The CW’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi series “The 100”, which was developed by Jason Rothenberg and based on Kass Morgan’s young adult novels of the same title.
Rise to Prominence
The 2016 year brought him enormous popularity since he starred in numerous made-for-TV film titles. He played Officer French in the Lifetime crime drama “Who Killed JonBenét?”, alongside Eison Bailey and Julia Campbell, and featured as Cooper in the Hallmark Channel romantic comedy film “A December Bride”, next to Jessica Lowndes and Daniel Lissing.
Also in 2016, he starred as Dan Bradley in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries romantic drama film “Hearts Of Christmas”, which was directed by Monika Mitchell.
He then took the lead role of Gerard in the 2017 romantic comedy film “The Christmas Calendar”, opposite Laura Bell Bundy. For his performance in the film, Brendon received a Leo Award nomination for Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Television Movie.
It was followed by his portrayals of Ryan Cooper in the 2018 Lifetime romantic family film “A Twist Of Christmas”, alongside Vanessa Lachey and Rick Fox. During the same year, he was also cast in the recurring role of Trip Baley in The CW’s fantasy drama series “Charmed”, a reboot to the highly popular 1998-2006 series of the same title.
In 2019, Brendon Zub landed the roles of Prince Emile in the made-for-TV family drama film “A Winter Princess”, and Ben Peters in the made-for-TV romantic film “Love Under The Rainbow”, both released on Hallmark Channel. He then received his second nomination for Best Lead Performance by a Male in a Television Movie at the Leo Awards for his portrayal of James in the made-for-TV romantic comedy-drama film “Made For You With Love” (2019), in which he shared the screen with Edy Ganem.
Also in the same year, he played Nate Bishop in the made-for-TV thriller film “Past Never Dies”, directed by Farhad Mann. His next major project was The CW’s superhero series “Batwoman”, based on the DC Comics character of the same name, in which he starred in the role of Chuck Dodgson from 2019 to 2020.
After he left “Batwoman”, Brendon Zub continued to line up success after success with his roles in made-for-TV film titles. In 2020, he played Ryder Cain in the Hallmark Channel romantic drama “Hearts Of Winter”, and featured as Hugh Gossett in the Lifetime thriller film “My Husband’s Deadly Past”, alongside Sarah Butler and Peter Benson.
Later that year, he had the part of Chris Cavelli in the Hallmark Channel romantic comedy film “Never Kiss A Man In A Christmas Sweater”, next to Ashley Williams and Niall Matter, and featured as Terrence Fletcher in another Hallmark Channel romantic film, entitled “Christmas Comes Twice”, directed by Michael M. Scott. It was followed by his portrayal of Mark in the made-for-TV romantic film “Time For Them To Come Home For Christmas”, which was released on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in 2021.
Most recently, he played Sterling Addison in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries crime mystery film “Cut, Color, Murder” and starred as Adam in the Hallmark Drama romantic comedy film “Be Mine, Valentine”, both in 2022.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Brendon Zub has short light brown hair and green eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft (1.83m), while his weight is around 158lbs (72kgs). Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.
Brendon Zub is an extremely private person, and tends to keep details about his private life far away from the eye of the public, so his current relationship status is a mystery. Nonetheless, it’s known that he isn’t married and doesn’t have children.
When it comes to his hobbies, Brendon enjoys scuba diving, playing hockey, and skiing. He also likes training in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.