Brad Stephens is an award-winning actor based in Dallas/Fort Worth. A veteran of multiple media, he has performed in many commercials, films and stage productions.
Brad has won numerous awards as a serious actor including two coveted Column Awards – one for his portrayal of George Deever in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons; and another as The Scarlet Pimpernel in the American panto Seven in One Blow. For his performance in Don’t Dress for Dinner, a local theater critic declared him “a deft physical comedian reminiscent of the late John Ritter in his prime.”¹
Blessed with a powerful singing voice, Brad has performed many lead roles in musicals including Nanki-Poo in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado; Curly McLain in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!; and King Arthur in Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot. John Garcia of The Column Online noted Brad’s performance in Jekyll & Hyde: The Musical as a breakthrough accomplishment.²
Other recent stage credits include Alan in God of Carnage; Paul in Stephen Sondheim’s Company; Frederick Fellowes in Noises Off; Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing; and John Worth in The Great White Way, a role he originated at WaterTower Theatre’s Out of the Loop Fringe Festival. He also channeled the darker side of Paul McCartney in the award-winning short film Ready Teddy. Brad has been featured in commercials for Pepsi, Southwest Airlines and Joe’s Crab Shack.
Brad is an Equity Member Candidate represented by Core Talent Agency in Dallas, TX.