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Cornelius L. Bryant is originally from Memphis Tennessee. His passion for modeling and fashion you could say was inherited, as his mother modeled locally while also traveling as a highly sought after hair stylist for several major hair companies. At the age of 17 he was introduced to runway modeling; as a hair model for the Bronner Brothers International Beauty Show. This event further solidified his passion for modeling.

While in college he signed to Reflections Modeling Agency in Memphis, Tennessee; under the tutelage of Leonard Peagues. Through his guidance Cornelius developed and excelled in promotional modeling, runway and acting. Upon completing his Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Industrial Technology, he was recruited by a Fortune 500 Aircraft company to work as an Electrical Engineer in Wichita Kansas. His passion for modeling and acting never dissipated. After entering a local model contest, he returned to his craft and was signed to Models and Images Agency. While there he worked in television commercials, promotional advertising, runway shows and photo shoots with the country’s top photographers. Also Cornelius worked under an Acting Coach who educated him on the Sanford Meisner technique. In which he would use to be a part of AIA Studio Intensive weekend in Burbank CA to further explore and hone his acting skills. As Cornelius has learned and grow, he realized that he had a lot to give to the world especially through modeling and acting.

ICornelius currently resides in the DC metro area and continues to expand his brand. Modeling for SOHO New York Fashion Week, 2016 DC Fashion Week, Ray Vincente, Valdecic, Individual Bata Clothing, Corjor International, Leighel Desiree and Magnum Men’s Underwear. He is currently signed to Boon Models DC Agency. Cornelius has the presence to make any designers’ clothes look ideal either on the runway or in commercial photo shoots and the capability and cleverness to portray any character in television or theatre..STAY TUNED FOR MORE TO COME!

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