Brian was excited when he was asked to guest star on one episode and now eight years later, he remains an integral part of NCIS crime fighting team. Brian plays Jimmy Palmer, the eccentric autopsy assistant to Dr. Mallard. While he's a little nervous and awkward, Palmer has proven his proficiency in forensic medicine to the team.
Brian Dietzen Brian was excited when he was asked to guest star on one episode and now eight years later, he remains an integral part of NCIS crime fighting team. But that is not the half of it.
Acting history: Brian started acting when he was just 8 playing an evil elf in a Christmas play and from his first appearance on stage no one was going to stop him. Starring in the critically acclaimed productions including "Waiting for Godot", "Equis", "Death and the Maiden" and "All My Sons", to name a few, he then landed the regional premiere of "Abingdon Square". Simultaneously doing several commercials, Dietzen joined the Colorado Shakespeare Festival performing in "Henery IV", "Henry V" and "Julius Caesar".
Film: Brian is also proud to be a filmmaker having just written, produced and starred in his latest feature film, "Congratulations". He and his writing partner Abby Miller wrote the movie in 15 months. The film’s financing came from a producer that Dietzen had previously worked with on the independent feature, "Karokeman". She became a huge fan and was so impressed with the script that she decided to invest in the movie. Having gone from screenplay editing in a mere 19 months and with the film currently in post production, Brian is already writing on other projects and continues to fulfill his passion as a filmmaker.
Brian is married to his high school sweetheart and devotes as much time as possible to their two beautiful kids. When he is not on the set he loves golfing, playing and watching baseball, running every day, and writing. In addition, he still goes home to his native Boulder, Colorado as often as possible to spend time with his family.