is an American singer, songwriter and actor, best known as a member of the Backstreet Boys.
He is also a CCM singer and released a solo album, Welcome Home, in 2006.
As of 2015, the family resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
They became hugely popular in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the United States in the late 1990s and the early 2000s.During this time they released four albums, Backstreet Boys, Backstreet's Back, Millennium and Black & Blue followed by a greatest hits album, The Hits: Chapter One.Brian has four Top 20 solo singles in the US Christian chart.Littrell was also a judge for the 8th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.Growing up, Littrell played in both Little League and the Babe Ruth League.
He first started to sing in the choir of Porter Memorial Baptist Church in Lexington, and later started singing in his high school choir and acting in the school production of Grease as Roger at Tates Creek High School.Littrell, who at the time was still a senior in high school, agreed, and embarked on what would become a long career with the Backstreet Boys.Finally finding time for his own pursuits in the five-year span between Black & Blue and Never Gone, Littrell was able to write songs and record a solo CCM album, entitled Welcome Home, which was finally released in 2006.After a three-year gap, they released their comeback album, Never Gone followed by Unbreakable, This is Us and In a World Like This. 1 on Reach FM's Top 40 chart and the R&R Christian Inspirational Chart, staying there for three weeks.In 1997, Littrell was instrumental in bringing a lawsuit against the group's managers Lou Pearlman and Trans Continental claiming that Pearlman has not been truthful about the earnings made by the group. The second single was "Wish" and, in 2007, the third single, "Over My Head", was released.In 1997, Littrell met model and actress Leighanne Wallace at the video shoot for their single "As Long as You Love Me".