Born in Tucson, Arizona on July 4, 1983, Brent Bailey came to Los Angeles in 2005 to pursue an acting career. Prior to the move, Bailey graduated from Desert Mountain High School in 2001 and went on to attend DeVry University - Arizona where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and a Master's in Business. Once in L.A., Bailey appeared in various projects for MTV (2006), before landing the lead role in the Rascal Flatt's music video, "Take Me There," which won the Country Music Television Award for "Group Video of the Year" (2008). In that same year, Bailey 'partied in the elevator' in his first national television commercial for Taco Bell, with a second national spot for Hertz following just a few months later and then brought back for another national spot later that year for Taco Bell again. Soon after his success with commercials he was the star in the online show, "Leaving Bliss" (2008) and the short film, "Suspension of Disbelief" (2008). His first network show came in 2009 with the role of Andy Dillar in NBC's "Life" followed by a co-starring role in Showtime's "Californication" (2010). Since then he has starred in numerous short films, including "Ship In A Bottle", "It's Not About Coffee", "All For Show", and "Relish" as well as the feature "Going Down In La-La-Land." Before becoming a full-time actor, Bailey worked as a computer programmer in Scottsdale, Arizona.