Born and raised in New York City, Brad came to New England in the seventies with a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative and performing arts.
A busy radio, TV, stage, and nightclub performer, he is considered one of the city’s top-rated “wake up” voices. Brad’s impressions, quick wit, and entertainment skills are heard daily on WHYN News Talk 560.
Brad’s ‘Stageography” includes lead roles in summer stock and civic productions of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, GYPSY with the Theater Guild of Hampden,, BYE BYE BIRDIE, , CHICAGO, Players, THE MUSIC MAN, OKLAHOMA, ANNIE, KISS ME KATE, BABES IN ARMS, 42ND STREET, ANYTHING GOES, GUYS AND DOLLS, CHICAGO with the Wilbraham United Players, MACK & MABEL, and most recently, 1776, as John Adams, for which he received a nomination from the Mass Critics Circle for Best Actor in a Musical 2013. Non musical roles include, THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES, WAIT UNTIL DARK, PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, PICNIC, THE ROYAL FAMILY and many more.
Some nightclub stand-up appearances include opening for “Jackie the Joke man,” Rich Hall, Jackie Mason, and Steve Allen And Bill Cosby. As well as many corporate parties and events!
Brad toured regionally on the concert stage with the Three Baritones with a full repertoire of standards from light opera and cabaret, to classic Broadway musicals.
These days, Brad is a busy live entertainer and vocalist at night spots such as; 350 GRILLE, ONYX, THE DELANEY HOUSE, THE RUNWAY, ALEXANDERS, THE TAVERN, NADIM’S, THE HOFBRAUHAUS and others.
In Concert appearances include East Longmeadow, Agawam, and West Springfield
And for the second year, his own concert evening at The Majestic Theater in West Springfield.
An international voice over actor, with radio/TV Commercial voice-overs, (notably, LAZY BOY, HINSDALE RACETRACK and hundreds of others), as well as industrial narration, and video game cartoon characters, that have featured him from Springfield to Luxembourg!
Television commercials in Boston featured Brad as, “Groucho Marx!”
Brad resides in East Longmeadow, and can usually be found somewhere in front of a live audience