• Biography

Bradley Whitford is known as an American actor. He is most famous for play White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman in the NBC television show, The West Wing.

Background and Age

Bradley Whitford was born on October 10, 1959 in Madison, Wisconsin. He is the child of George Van Norman Whitford and Genevieve Louie, an artist. She later moved to Pennsylvania where Brad spent his initial high schooler years. In 1977, he graduated from Madison East High School and by 1981, the art-slanted youngster stowed a degree in English and theater at Wesleyan University where he was roommates with Hollywood producer Paul Schiff.

Brad likewise went to the Juilliard Drama School and was a member of "Group 14". He performed in the off-Broadway production Curse of the Starving Class with Kathy Bates. Brad likewise acted in the Broadway production of A Few Good Men. The seasoned actor proceeded to feature in numerous other stage performances before wandering into screen productions.

Married, Wife and Kids

Bradley Whitford was married to actress Jane Kaczmarek for a long time. They were married in August 1992 yet finished their marriage in 2010. They have 3 children named Frances Genevieve, George Edward and Mary Louisa. Jane Kaczmarek was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was the little girl of Edward Kaczmarek and Evelyn, an instructor. Her father was a US Department of Defense specialist. Like her ex husband, Jane went to a drama school and studied Theater at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The two of them acted in The West Wing, Philadelphia, Robocop and Malcolm in the Middle TV series.

After their divorce, they said they intended to plan to cooperate in the raising of their children. Bradley said his preferred method to spend a Saturday would be with his children on sports fields.

Career and Net Worth

Bradley Whitford has featured and appeared in films like The Muse and Bicentennial Man, acting with the late Robin Williams. He has additionally appeared in Scent of a Woman, A Perfect World, The Client, My Life, Red Corner, and My Fellow Americans. In 2017, he assumed the role of a suspicious rural father in the spine chiller Get Out.

Brad as a political expert has been engaged with American governmental issues. He continually communicates his perspectives on political issues on both local and national levels. The political liberal has appeared on TV and radio political shows. In September 2016, he was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, proclaiming support for Hillary Clinton.

In August 2019, the finale for Handmaid’s Tale aired to a chorus of positive reactions. Bradley plays a role in the show as Joseph Lawrence.

Date modified: May 26, 2020
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