Bradley White has been an actor, writer and director for over 25 years. After graduating from Carnegie-Mellon University with a BFA in acting and directing, Bradley was asked to join New York's prestigious Naked Angels theater company, where he cut his teeth on dozens of productions with fellow Angels Jon Robin Baitz, Kenneth Lonergan, Lily Taylor, Matthew Broderick and Joe Mantello. As an actor, Bradley has appeared in over four dozen TV shows and pilots including, most recently: Monday Mornings, The Practice, and Brothers & Sisters. He has also appeared in the films Bad Parents, 2B, 30 Days, Pay It Forward, Object of My Affection and The Night We Never Met. He appeared on stage in the original casts of Between Us (Manhattan Theater Club), One Day on Wall Street (Greenwich Street Theater), The Substance of Fire (Long Wharf) and Gus and Al (Playwright's Horizons), as well as many original new works at Naked Angels on both coasts. As a writer, Bradley has written numerous optioned screenplays, including Bad Karma for MTV Films, Baked Apple for Kastner Productions, and Touched, which was produced under the title Maze and stars Laura Linney & Rob Morrow. (Winner, Best Screenplay, Newport Beach Film Festival.) He was an invited participant in the Sundance Lab. He also writes for television and is currently collaborating on two projects. Additionally, Bradley directed the critically acclaimed revival of David Rudkin's Ashes at the Zephyr Theater in Los Angeles. (Critic's Choice, Los Angeles Times and LA Weekly.) Bradley currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.