Recent:
  • I'm headed back to the homeland! Very pleased to announce that I have been cast in Kate Hamill's Pride and Prejudice at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford, CT, playing what may be my favorite dual casting to date: Mr. Bingley and Mary Bennett. The show runs February 19 - March 8, and will be directed by the comedy/classical theatre master Jason O'Connell. More info here.

  • In December I participated in two amazing workshops: The first was a series of readings for Peter Killy's The Family Car, alongside the brilliant Geneva Carr (who I'd initially met just weeks before on the set of Bull!), and the incomparable Ann Dowd. The second workshop, courtesy of New Georges, was a new play entitled Hamlet is Dead, written by one of my favorite playwright brains, Amina Henry, and directed by one of my favorite directorial brains, Sarah Blush. Both very much "I can't believe I get to be in this room right now" situations.

  • This winter I made my network TV debut playing Juror #3, a risk-averse rideshare driver, on CBS's Bull. The episode, entitled 'Imminent Danger,' was directed by the fabulous Mary Lou Belli. I had a wonderful experience with the entire cast and crew, and feel incredibly fortunate to have spent the week on such a creative and welcoming set!

  • This fall I returned to my old stomping ground of Hartford, CT to join forces with the HartBeat Ensemble for a staged reading of The Investigation, Robert Schenkkan's theatrical adaptation of the Mueller Report. It was an honor to be involved in such an important and powerful piece of theatre.

  • I will forever remember the end of August as the period during which I discovered my profound love of wigs. I am eternally grateful to the folks at BMW and Anchor for giving me the opportunity to live my best wig life in their very funny commercial directed by the great Antonio Scarlata. Watch it here.

  • In August I once again joined forces with JEAN, this time playing every glamorous actress's dream role: a terrifying homeless lady. Look out for my creepy cameo in their upcoming comedy short June, starring the hilarious and talented Marissa Jaret Winokur.

  • Adding to my growing list of delightfully unexpected on-camera experiences: in July I shot a commercial for Investors Bank with NFL legends Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason at the NY Giants' Training Center. In addition to spending the day with football superheroes, I also got to practice my golf cart driving skills. Big thanks to LAIR and Kamp Kennedy for the opportunity!

  • In May I reprised the role of Hamlet for a limited run on Bryant Park's summer stage. The show was produced by The Drilling Company, with fearless director Karla Hendrick. It was an absolute joy and a privilege to share our take on the melancholy Dane with NYC audiences under the stars each night. I am thrilled to have been given such a singular opportunity!

  • It's a wrap on Make Yourself At Home, a wacky short comedy by yours truly about a nightmarish couchsurfer encounter. I had a blast reuniting with DP of my dreams Rob Silcox and working with actor geniuses Dan Kublick and Emma Gutt. Now on to post-production adventures! Stay tuned.

  • Sometimes being a commercial actor means making crazy faces for several hours - or, if you're me, that's literally always what it means. I had a great time shooting a new national spot for Ally with Aaron and Alex Craig (We Are Films) and my delightful costar Roseanne Almanzar.  Watch it here!

  • I recently had the pleasure of once again acting for my favorite warped genius filmmakers, JEAN, in their first short feature, The Dreamer.  Reception for the film has been amazing! The short was a Vimeo Best of the Month staff pick, was an official selection at the 2018 WILLiFEST,  and took home Best Comedy at the LA Shorts Festival! Check it out here (warning: mature content)!

  • In July I appeared in the title role of Hamlet with Shakespeare in the Parking Lot under the brilliant direction of Karla Hendrick. The Times Square Chronicles called the production "expertly done," and noted: "Bradley’s Hamlet hones in on the character as not just emotionally wrought because of life circumstance, but as an actualized young person of deep intelligence and passion." Theatre is Easy called the production "high-energy and high-caliber" and my Hamlet "whip-smart and snarky." The show returned for an encore performance at the Michael Chekhov Festival in Ridgefield, CT at the end of September.

  • In April I played 'Susan' in C. Denby Swanson's new play, GABRIEL (A Polemic), directed by Hamilton Clancy, at the North of History Gallery in NYC. New York Theatre Wire called it "a tight, well paced performance of a smart play" with "four superb actors," and commended my "bravura performance." 

  • Check out the latest comedy video from me and Laura Hankin: Angel Spring Break! Shot by the inimitable Rob Silcox and featuring music by Jason Pomerantz, it's the story of two angels who head down to earth for a Rumspringa before getting their wings. (Heads up: PG-13 content.)