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Brian Delate '73
Veteran, Actor, Director & Playwright
Brian Delate ('73) overcame being told he “just wasn’t college material” to earning two college degrees and becoming a successful actor, director and playwright. After graduating from Pennsbury High School in 1967, Delate entered a three-year enlistment with the U.S. Army, part of which he spent in Vietnam as a decorated noncommissioned officer. Upon his honorable discharge, he enrolled in Bucks County Community College, where he became an above-average student after professors helped him address a long-time reading problem, and discovered his passion for acting.
“Bucks was the best thing that happened to me as far as making a transition from the war and into the world,” Delate said. “The teachers I had were terrific.”