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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 5 May 1983Durham, North Carolina, USA
Birth NameBrendan Andolsek Bradley
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born and raised in North Carolina, Brendan graduated with Honors from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. To further hone his skills, Brendan spent time in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). When not on stage or in class, Brendan dedicated himself to developing and producing independent films and theater throughout New York City. His first play, Jettison, received productions in Manhattan and Miami and was published a year later.

Brendan first moved to Los Angeles to film September 12th for which he won the Methodfest Best Actor Award in 2009. His talent and passion quickly earned him success in the online entertainment community with appearances in The Legend of Neil, The Station and his own Squatters series. As a producer, he also developed and produced transmedia campaigns for Post-It Notes, DentaBurst, Kimberly Clark and KABC's Frosty, Heidi & Frank.

He currently thrives in Los Angeles continuing to work in film, television and transmedia entertainment.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: In Crowd Entertainment [us]

Trivia (8)

In 2005, he became the first non-founding member of Impetuous Theater Group, a Manhattan based Indie Theater company successfully producing new work in New York with emerging artists through ensemble, creation of family, and education.
Published Playwright.
Moved cross-country in a Prius and booked a gig his first hour in Los Angeles.
Studied at London's famed Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) January-May 2004.
(November 2008) In Gloucester, Massachusetts shooting for a new movie with Samaire Armstrong (of "OC" fame) and Wade Williams ("Prison Break"). [November 2008]
In Los Angeles beginning principle photography on 'Amy Alyson Fans' a feature length romantic comedy. [June 2010]
Glens Falls, New York preparing to film 'Love Conquers Paul', a feature length romantic comedy. [September 2007]
Won Methodfest Best Actor Award for short film, September 12th. [April 2009]

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