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Bradley Whitford Introduction
Introducing Bradley Whitford, an Emmy Award-winning American Actor, and producer who is most famous for playing the character of Josh Lyman in “The West Wing”, a political drama. Bradley’s ability to get into the skin of the character which he portrays is truly mind-blowing.
Apart from his amazing acting skills, Bradley’s good looks are like the cherry on top! Fans love how beautifully Bradley has aged and his hair color shows how he is all for the “Grey is the new black” trend.
Let’s dive into Bradley Whitford’s amazing journey before and after he became a celebrity!
Bradley Whitford Net Worth & Salary
Bradley Whitford’s net worth is $10 million.
Bradley has made this incredible net worth solely because of his dedication, hard work, and ever-lasting love for acting. Bradley’s net worth is also a reflection of how extraordinary an actor he is. Bradley’s net worth is sure to increase in the coming seeing the persistent efforts he is pouring into his profession.
Most of Bradley’s earnings are from his profession as an Actor, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, and TV Producer.
Bradley Whitford Age, Early Life & Biography
Bradley Whitford’s age is 63.
Bradley Whitford was born on October 10, 1959, in Madison, Wisconsin to Genevieve Louie and George Van Norman Whitford. Bradley spent his childhood in Wayne, Pennsylvania until he turned a 14-year-old teen. Bradley was brought up in a Quaker household.
Bradley’s high school education was at Madison East High School. After his graduation from high school in 1977, he enrolled in Wesleyan University. In university, Bradley majored in English and theater and graduated with a degree in Bachelor of Arts in 1981. Bradley has also studied drama at Juilliard School by being a member of “Group 14”.
|Birth Date:||October 10, 1959|
|Birth Place:||Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Jane Kaczmarek (1992-2010)Amy Landecker (m.2019)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Frances Genevieve WhitfordGeorge Edward WhitfordMary Louisa Whitford|
|Profession:||ActorScreenwriterVoice ActorTV ProducerStage Actor|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Content Last Updated:||December 2022|
Bradley Whitford Personal Life
In August 1992, Bradley Whitford tied the knot with famous actress Jane Kaczmarek. The couple got blessed with three kids who are Frances Genevieve (1997), George Edward (199,9), and Mary Louisa (2002). After 16 years of marriage, the couple called it quits and their divorce got finalized in October 2010.
Bradley started dating Amy Landecker, a costar from “Transparent” in 2015 and they announced their engagement in March 2018.
Bradley Whitford Career
Bradley Whitford began his journey as an actor in 1985 by appearing in an episode of ‘The Equalizer’. Right after his debut, Bradley started establishing himself in the industry by doing a recurring role in the drama “All My Children “for almost two years. Meanwhile, Bradley made his debut in 1986 in a film named “Dead”, playing a Doorman’s role. Bradley made his Broadway theater debut in 1990 in a play named “A Few Good Men”.
Bradley’s Emmy-winning role was that of Josh Lyman’s in one of Sorkin’s famous dramas of 1999 named ‘The West Wing’. In this drama, Bradley’s writing talent got discovered as he had the opportunity to write two episodes of the drama. Bradley’s next role was as Danny Tripp in Sorkin’s Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
In 2008, Bradley played a significant role in a play named Boeing-Boeing. Bradley was cast in the late-released horror film “The Cabin in the Woods” in 2009. In 2010, Bradley along with Colin Hanks got cast in Fox TV’s Comedy The Good Guys, where he portrayed Dan Stark’s character. Bradley’s special works include his appearance as a guest in “In Plain Sight”(2011).
Bradley’s extraordinary acting skills got displayed in a play written by Dustin Lance Black named “the one-night-only staged reading of 8” which premiered on September 15, 2011. In Law & Order: Los Angeles, Bradley was seen playing the role of a lawyer.
Bradley was seen in the Amazon Studios series Transparent playing the role of a businessman in 2014. Starting in 2015, Bradley portrayed the role of Jake Peralta’s father Roger Peralta in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Bradley continued to keep the image of father on screen and played the role of Dean Armitage, a father in the horror film “Get Out”. In 2018, Bradley was cast in the second season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” as Joseph Lawrence for two episodes. In 2019, Bradley joined the cast of Perfect Harmony, a musical comedy series on NBC.
Bradley Whitford Awards & Achievements
Bradley’s acting skills have been acknowledged several times by reputed organizations like Emmy Awards. Bradley was once honored by Alliance for Justice in May 2007 for the category of Champion of Justice. Bradley was recorded to serve the Board of Trustees of his university’s alma mater.
Bradley’s stunning performance in “The West Wing” earned him several Primetime Emmy Awards and three consecutive Golden Globe Award nominations from 2001 to 2003. Bradley even won the ‘Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category at Primetime Emmy Awards in 2001.
In 2015, Bradley gained his second Primetime Emmy Award for his impressive portrayal of Marcy from Transparent. Bradley also made it into the nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for his portrayal of Magnus Hirschfeld from the same series. In 2019, Bradley’s character as Commander Joseph Lawrence in “The Handmaid’s Tale” landed him his third Primetime Emmy Award.
Bradley Whitford Major Investments and Assets
Bradley seems to be a great trader when it comes to houses. In 2004, Bradley, along with his first wife Jane Kaczmarek, paid for a luxurious house worth $5.9 million in San Marino, California. During the couple’s separation, they sold their house for $6.2 million.
Bradley is also known to have purchased a posh home worth $3.1 million in Pasadena which he sold for a whopping $3.8 million in May 2021.
Bradley Whitford Must Watch Latest Video and Trending Photographs
Here’s the link to an amusing video where Marlee Matlin and Bradley Whitford are having a conversation and recalling their experiences on ‘The West Wing’: