Biography

Kenneth Wayne Bradley

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A Screen Actor's Guild member, Ken has appeared the feature films STOP LOSS, HOLY HELL (pictured here with Director Rafael Antonio Ruiz,) LIVING THE LIFE, NO PAIN NO GAIN, HOPE FLOATS, LITTLE BOY BLUE, THE BURDEN, MAKING CHANGE, TWO MOTHERS FOR ZACHARY, (an ABC Movie Of The Week), JUNIOR, SUNSET IN MCDADE, MARTHA,  ROOM which ran at both the Sundance and the Cannes film Festivals, LAST LULLABY and DRIVE ANGRY which will be released in Feb of 2011. He has also appeared as the Doctor who delivers the bad news to Travis Tritt in the highly lauded music video of the smash hit country song "Tell Me I was Dreaming." Ken has been seen on television as Gary Powers the Alabama Recruiter in two episodes of FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS and has also starred in episodes of CHASE on NBC, PRISON BREAK, WALKER TEXAS RANGER, and AMERICA'S MOST WANTED. Among his many voice over credits, Ken was the voice of Col. Green in the smash video game BLACKSITE: AREA 51 for Midway.  Ken has also appeared in several national television commercials including Celebrex with golfer Tom Kite, and Prilosec OTC which was filmed for the purpose of airing during the 2004 Superbowl.Ken is a core company member of HYDE PARK THEATRE in Austin, Texas where his more recent roles for HPT include Schultz in CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION, Ariel in THE PILLOWMAN which earned him a Critics Table Award, Ham in HAM, Carl in GLORY OF LIVING, Napoleon in CANDYLAND and Lance in SOMETHING SOMEONE SOMEPLACE ELSE. Kenneth also works with other noted theatre companies. Most recently, he is rehearsing HUNTER GATHERERS for Capital T Theatre , the same company that produced KILLER JOE  in 2009 when he played  Killer Joe Cooper, Gould in the Austin Playhouse production of SPEED THE PLOW, Ervin in a Chick and A Dude’s BRASS RING, Cassius in the Austin Shakespeare Festival's version of JULIUS CAESAR, Abner in WICKER CHAIRS for Frontera Fest 2009 and he participated in the ‘09 Out Of Ink Festival (Time Steps) where he was seen in HARROWING by Kathy Catmull and COWBOY FANTASIA by Sarah Saltwick. As a playwright, Ken is a member of AUSTIN SCRIPTWORKS and  has written the highly praised WICKER CHAIRS for Frontera Fest 2009. His one woman show, SEAMSTRESS, directed by Ellie McBride and performed by Melanie Dean was honored as BEST OF FEST at FRONTERAFEST in 2010. His piece for the play I (HEART) WALMART entitled WIND CHIMES AND VERICOSE CREAM earned the actor performing it (Travis Dean) a B. Iden Payne award.  Kenneth has a degree in Fine Arts from Sam Houston State University and studied acting under Yale University Professor Jim Miller. Kenneth has worked as an actor in the Austin area since 1991 and resides in Leander, Texas with his beautiful wife Cathy and his two cats; Marcus and Merry.