Bradley Whitford

Personal life

Bradley Whitford was born on 10th October 1959. He was born in Madison, U.S. His birth sign is Libra. He is 5 feet and 11 inches tall. He has German, English, Irish, Scottish ancestry. He went to Julliard Drama School. He attended Wesleyan University and majored in Theatre and English. He went to Madison East High School and graduated from the same in 1977. He was born to George Van Witford and Genevieve Whitford. He has a brother named David Whitford. He got married to Jane Kaczmarek in 1992 but sadly got divorced in 2009. He is blessed with two daughters named Frances Whitford and Mary Whitford and a son named George Whitford.

Career

Bradley Whitford, appeared in the political drama tv series named The West Wing as the staff of White House Deputy Chief Josh Lyman, for which he was nominated thrice and won a Primetime Emmy Award in 2001. He made an appearance in a crime drama TV series named The Equalizer on CBS in 1985. He made his debut with the film Doorman in 1990. His performance was nominated thrice for Golden Globe Award.

He played Danny Trip in the comedy TV series named Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip by Aaron Sorkin. He played Dan Stark in the action comedy series named The Good Guys on FOX in 2010. He played Timothy Carter in the mystery drama TV series on CBS, named The Mentalist (2008-2015). He played Pete Harrison in Trophy Wife, an American sitcom in 2013. He played Mike Todwell in a comedy film Adventures in Babysitting in 1987 by David Simkins. He played Dean Armitage in Get Out, a horror film in 2017. He starred in a comedy film Boeing Boeing in 1965.

He appeared as Marcy in a comedy drama web tv series named Transparent in 2014, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award. He was in a horror film named The Cabin in the Woods. He guest starred in the drama series named In Plain Sight on USA network. He was in a play titled A Few Good Man, his Broadway theatre debut. He guest starred in a medical drama TV series named ER in 1994, for which he won an Emmy Award.

He has won 6 awards and 21 nominations. He has earned a Net worth of around $11 million. He is a political activist and appeared many times on Real Time, a talk show with Bill Maher. He co-hosted a talk radio program named The Majority by an actor and comedian, Sam Sedar. He made an appearance on a talk show named Al Franken Show. He has supported many campaigns and elections. He appeared on a late night show with Stephan Colbert named The Late Show, to show his support for Hillary Clinton. He has been honored as a Champion of Justice in 2007. He is an integral part of the board of trustees of his ex Wesleyan University. Whitford has 138,266 followers on Twitter.