Brendon Feeney was born in California, USA. He started his dance training at the "Center Stage Dance Academy" in El Dorado Hills, California.
For the next three years he furthered his training at the "Northern California Dance Conservatory" in Roseville, California, where he trained in ballet with Theodore Constant. Here, he performed as "Puck" in A Midsummer Night's Dream and "Basil" in the grand pas de deux from Don Quixote -among others, and has received scholarships to attend summer programs at the San Francisco Ballet School and the Juilliard School in New York City. In 2008 he has won the First Place at the Palm Desert International Dance Festival for his interpretation.
He received his first engagement in 2009 with "Ballet Theater Regensburg" in Germany, directed by Olaf Schmidt, where he performed for the next three years.
Between 2012-2015 he was part of "Ballet Theater of Hagen”, Germany, where he danced in pieces by director/ choreographer Ricardo Fernando, as well as works from Marguerite Donlon, Hugo Viera and James Wilton.
Since 2015 Brendon is Company member with the “State Theatre Braunschweig” in Germany.