Brian Hill is an actor, director and writer living in New York City. He is best known for writing the book for the Broadway musical The Story of My Life with composer/lyricist Neil Bartram. For his work on that show he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for outstanding book of a musical. Among other pieces, he wrote the musical Somewhere in the World, which ran for five seasons at the Charlottetown Festival, and Not Wanted on the Voyage, a musical adaptation of Timothy Findley's novel of the same title about the Great Flood, both with collaborator Neil Bartram.He served as associate director of Disney’s The Little Mermaid on Broadway. He has also served in this position for the Toronto and Broadway productions of Disney's The Lion King and all three major Canadian companies of Forever Plaid. He originated the role of Frankie, a role which garnered him a Dora Award for outstanding actor, in the original Canadian cast of Forever Plaid and has played Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera and Joe in Sunset Boulevard. He also spent three seasons with the prestigious Shaw Festival.