Bradley Whitford is an American film and television actor.
Bradley Whitford was born on October 10, 1959 (his age is 54 years old) in Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America.
He was the child of Genevieve Louie and George Van Norman Whitford.
He made his Broadway theater make a big appearance in 1990 playing Lt.
Jack Ross (emulated a couple of months after the fact ahead of the pack part of Lt.
Daniel Kaffee), in the Aaron Sorkin composed play on the BBC in July 2008.
He featured on Broadway in Boeing-Boeing which started in reviews on April 19, 2008 and opened on May 4, 2008.
He cleared out the show in September 2008, and was succeeded in the part by Greg Germann.
He co-featured in the Joss Whedon/Drew Goddard repulsiveness film as a flunky of and bait for the long-looked for foe of Patrick Jane, Red John.
He likewise showed up on Law & Order: Los Angeles as a legal counselor.
On September 15, 2011, the American Foundation for Equal Rights, in organization with Broadway Impact, published the complete cast—including Whitford—and parts for the one-night just organized perusing of 8, another play chronicling the memorable trial in the government legitimate test to California's Proposition 8.
In 2013, Whitford played Pete Harrison in the ABC parody Yes he has been married to actress Jane Kaczmarek, a local girl of Wisconsin as well.
They had been dating together and soon his girlfriend changed to be his fiancée.
Although Brad was suspected to be sexually gay, he shut the rumors down when the couple were married in early 90s.