Bradley Whitford Bio

(Actor)

Relationship Statistics of Bradley Whitford

What is Bradley Whitford marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Bradley Whitford get married ? (married date):July 17, 2019
How many children does Bradley Whitford have ? (name):Three (Mary Louisa Whitford, George Edward Whitford, Frances Genevieve Whitford)
Is Bradley Whitford having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Bradley Whitford gay ?: No
Who is Bradley Whitford wife ? (name): View Couple ComparisonAmy Landecker
Amy Landecker

More about the relationship

Bradley Whitford is a married man. He began dating his co-star Amy Landecker in 2015. They announced their engagement in March 2018. This couple got married on July 17, 2019.

Previously, Whitford was married to actress Jane Kaczmarek in August 1992. They had three children together, Frances Genevieve born in October 1997, George Edward born December 1999, and Mary Louisa born November 2002.

In June 2009, this couple announced that they were divorcing after 16 years of marriage, and their divorce was finalized in October 2010.

Who is Bradley Whitford?

Bradley Whitford is an American political activist and an actor. He is best known for his portrayal of White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman in the NBC television political drama The West Wing.

Bradley Whitford: Age, Parents, Education, Ethnicity

This actor was born on October 10, 1959, in Madison, Wisconsin, the US. His mother’s name is Genevieve Louie and his father’s name is George Van Norman Whitford. He used to live in Wayne, Pennsylvania between the age of three to fourteen.

Later, he grew up in a Quaker Household. Bradley studied in Madison East High School and got graduation from Wesleyan University with a Bachelor in Arts in 1981.

He belongs to English descent.

Bradley Whitford: Profession Journey

Early Career

Bradley Whitford first appeared on television in 1985 in an episode of  The Equalizer followed by a two-year recurring role on the ABC Soap Opera All My Children.

He made his debut in the 1986 film ‘Doorman‘. He made his Broadway theatre debut in 1990 in the play written by Aron Sorkin, playing Lt. Jack Ross .

This was the beginning of a working relationship between Whitford and Sorkin. Whitford also made a guest appearance on ER in the Emmy award-winning March 1995 episode ‘Love’s Labor Lost’.

He joined the cast of Sorkin’s ‘The West Wing‘ as ‘Josh Lyman’ which was premiered in 1999. For his role, he won an Emmy Award in 2001 for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Bradley also wrote two episodes of the series ‘Faith-Based Initiative’ in the sixth season and ‘Internal Displacement’ in the seventh season.

After The West Wing ended in May 2006, Whitford appeared in Sorkin’s later series ‘Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip’, where played the role of Danny Tripp. He also appeared in the British drama Burn Up on the BBC in July 2008.

Professional Life

In 2008, he starred on Broadway in Boeing Boeing. Later, he left the show the same year and was succeeded in the role by Greg Germann. He also co-starred in the horror film The Cabin in the Woods, filmed in 2009 but not released until April 2012.

In 2010, Whitford starred as Dan Stark in the TV comedy opposite Colin Hanks. In 2011, he guest-starred in In Plain Sight on USA Network as a man combatting paranoia. The same year, he appeared in the season three finale of The Mentalist. Whitford also appeared on Law & Order: Los Angeles as a lawyer.

In 2013, he played Pete Harrison in the ABC comedy Trophy Wife, which was canceled after one season. Recently, this actor appeared in the Amazon series Transparent in the first season in a recurring role as a cross-dressing businessman.

In 2017, Bradley played Dean Armitage, a father, and neurosurgeon, in the racially-themed horror film Get Out.

In 2018, he joined the cast as Commander Joseph Lawrence of The Handmaid’s Tale on Hulu. Whitford made his guest appearance in the final two episodes of the second season and reprised his role in the third season.

Political Activity

Whitford is a political liberal and has appeared many times on Real Time with Bill Maher. During the run-up to the November 2004 general election, Whitford was playing White House Deputy Cheif of Staff Josh Lyman on the NBC TV drama series the West Wing. That series made a Satirical video that purported to support then-President George W. Bush for re-election.

Recently, he serves on the Board of Advisors ofLet America Vote, an organization founded by former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander that aims to end voter suppression.

Bradley Whitford: Salary, Net Worth

This actor earns $1.8 million per year. Meanwhile, according to some sources, he has an estimated net worth of $11 million.

Bradley Whitford: Rumor and Controversy

There are no rumors and scandals of this actor regarding his personal life. Meanwhile, he has managed to keep himself out of any rumor and controversy. He is doing very well in his field.

Body Measurement: Height, Weight

Bradley Whitford stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 73 kg. Likely, he has brown eyes and light hair and dark brown eyes.

Social Media Profile

Bradley has over 338 k followers on Twitter and over 38.5 k followers on Instagram. He is not active on other social media like Facebook and YouTube.

 

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