Will Bradley

Will was raised in the rural southern community of Sautee-Nacoochee, Georgia. After graduating with a degree in theatre from Brenau University in Gainesville, he worked in Atlanta for a few months working in the theatre community there. He starred in the Southeastern Theatrical Premiere of Wendy Wasserstein's final play, Third. Afterward he moved to LA and was cast as Mordred in David Lee's revitalizing production of Lerner and Loewe's Camelot. His next job was the highly acclaimed premiere production of Tom Jacobson's play, The Twentieth Century Way, in which he created the role Brown. He was nominated for LA Stage Alliance Ovation award for Best Actor in a Lead Role, and then won (alongside his co-star, Robert Mammana) an LA Weekly Award for Best Performance by a Two-Person Ensemble for the same play. The Twentieth Century Way was brought the 2010 New York Fringe Festival, where it was selected out of over 200 plays as one of the four Best Productions that year. It returned for a brief encore run a month later. Afterward, Will moved to New York, and has been living there ever since. His North Eastern theatrical career includes role of Eugene Marchbanks in George Bernard Shaw's Candida with Two River Theatre Company and as the psychotic child, Roger, in Barrington Stage's Lord of the Flies. He recently got his off-Broadway debut in another of Shaw's plays, Man and Superman as the poet, Octavius Robinson. His first film work was as the young naval ensign William H. Flood, in Scott Free's production of Killing Lincoln on the National Geographic channel, starring Tom Hanks as narrator and Billy Campbell as Abraham Lincoln. In 2014 he left New York for Los Angeles to play the role of Conrad Arkadina in TheTheatre @ Boston Court's production of Stupid F*cking Bird, written by Aaron Posner and directed by Michael Michetti.


Eye Color Brown
Natural Hair Color Brown
Current Hair color Brown
Body Type Slender