Attorney who has gained fame for specializing in First Amendment issues. He has also written two best-selling books, 2013's Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder and 2017's The Addicted Lawyer, about his struggles with bulimia and alcohol and cocaine addiction.
He graduated with his bachelor's degree from Penn State University. He would later earn his law degree from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
He is the executive director of the Mark Cuban Foundation. He has served as the segment host for the EyeOpener TV series Brian Cuban's Legal Briefs.
His older brother is Mark Cuban. His parents' names are Shirley and Norton.
He has spoken to Katie Couric in an interview about his struggles with body dysmorphia and bulimia.