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Brad Gilbert was born on August 9, 1961 in Oakland, California, USA as Bradley Gilbert. He is an actor, known for Red Oaks (2014), Wimbledon (1937) and Wimbledon Championships (1937). He is married to Kim. They have three children. See full bio »
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Congratulations to Rachel Brosnahan on Her Golden Globes Nomination

Rachel Brosnahan garnered a Golden Globes nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) for her role in the Prime Original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." Check out the trailer for the show and browse our Golden Globes Guide for the full list of nominees.

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Red Oaks
Red Oaks Stan Feinberg
(2015-2016)
Wimbledon
Wimbledon Himself / Himself - Andy Murray's Former Coach
(2014)
Wimbledon Championships
Wimbledon Championships Himself - Announcer
(2017)
Class of...
Class of... Himself
(2004)

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 2015-2016 Red Oaks (TV Series)
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- The Verdict (2016) ... Stan Feinberg
- The Bris (2016) ... Stan Feinberg
- Father's Day (2016) ... Stan Feinberg
- Labor Day Luau (2015) ... Stan Feinberg
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