BFA, Music/Dance/Theater - Brigham Young University
Brannon Killgo has recently relocated to North Carolina and is excited to become a permanent fixture in the Triad Arts community. He is known for his incredible tenor voice and talent on the boards. From leading roles on BYU stages to a growing list of appearances in film and professional theater.
Brannon has recently been seen on many different stages from New York to LA and all throughout Utah. His favorite roles include: Dr Neville Craven in The Secret Garden, Buffalo Bill Cody in Annie Get Your Gun, Jud Fry in Oklahoma! Grantaire in Les Misérables, Curtis Jackson in Sister Act, Chieftain O'Flaherty in The Pirate Queen, The Ghost of Christmas Present in A Christmas Carol, and The Governor in Man of La Mancha with Utah Opera.
While at BYU, Brannon thrilled audiences with his portrayals of Father in Children of Eden, Andrew Carnes in Oklahoma! and Piangi in Phantom of the Opera.
Brannon appeared in the staged filming of the Emmy-winning Berlin, as H.P. Lacomb for BYUTV. He has regularly worked for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in film and stage roles, including four memorable seasons playing the part of Brigham Young at the Nauvoo Pageant and a poignant portrayal of Thomas in Savior of the World at the Conference Center.
When not singing or teaching, Brannon enjoys playing rugby and spending time with his wife, Emily, and their children, Merrick and Grace.