He graduated from Parkway Central High School in Chesterfield, Missouri in 1996.
Greenberg moved to New York City after high school.
about their new movie “Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong,” the Hollywood couple couldn’t help but gush over how good they’re feeling in their marriage.
If you ask Greenberg, the moment they met was what defined their relationship as destined. We were both in relationships, or I was just out of a relationship and he was still in one, so it was very respectful, but I always wondered about him afterwards.” As far as mutual inspiring goes, Bryan couldn’t be happier: “For me, it’s how humble Jamie is and her work ethic.
How she just keeps her head down and doesn’t get caught up or too far ahead of herself with things.
Sometimes I wish I was that grounded and it’s inspiring.” Talk about setting examples without even trying!
There could have been a promising hiatus movie career for Adrian at one time.
Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg have given each other a special Halloween treat -- saying "I do"!
His film work includes The Perfect Score, Prime, Nobel Son, Bride Wars, The Good Guy, Friends with Benefits, and A Short History of Decay.As reported on Access Hollywood.com, the couple got engaged in late 2013 when Bryan proposed in Jamie's hometown of San Francisco.Jamie's career got started in 2004 on MTV's "The Real World: San Diego." More recently, she co-starred in the "Hangover" franchise and voiced Go Go Tamago in the Oscar-winning animated feature "Big Hero 6"Bryan starred in HBO's "How to Make It in America" and appeared opposite Meryl Streep and Uma Thurman in the 2005 comedy "Prime." The couple will headline the upcoming romance film "Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong," set to hit theaters in February.He attended and worked at a Jewish summer camp located in Webster, Wisconsin, called Herzl Camp.He starred as Joseph in a camp-wide production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 1992.Festivities kicked off on Friday with a "Boos and Booz" welcome dinner, where guests were encouraged to arrive in costume.