Brad Walker

Seattle, WA
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  • Ethnicity: Caucasian;Asian-Pacific Island
  • Sex:male
  • Age Range: 25 - 35
  • Vocal Range: Tenor II (Low G2 - High B4)
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Hair: Black
  • Height: 5' 9"
  • Weight:150

Representation: MAM


SAG-AFTRA ELIGIBLE

Brad Walker is an actor, director, event entertainer, and teaching artist. Seattle born and raised, he is an alumnus of the University of Washington, where he studied Theatre and Communications. A few favorites: Little Shop of Horrors (Seymour) with both Harlequin Productions and SSR, The Producers (Leo Bloom) with SMT, The Matchmaker (Barnaby), A Charlie Brown Christmas (Linus), and The Fabulous Lipitones (Bob) with Taproot Theatre; Brad has also performed with Village Theatre, Book-It Rep, Seattle Children's Theatre, and StoryBook Theater. Off stage, Brad has directed a slew of school plays at Sacajawea Elementary, Bryant Elementary, and McDonald International School, and he teaches with Studio East and Seattle Theatre Group. Outside of theatre, Brad is also an illustrator and a professional Dungeon Master.

Check out my resume for a more extensive list of experience!


CURRENT / UPCOMING PROJECTS:

JUN-JUL 2019: PRINCESS IDA (Assistant Director) with Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society ---  [Tickets & More Info]

SEP-NOV 2019: 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE (Chip u/s, Leaf u/s) with Village Theatre ---  [Tickets & More Info]

NOV-DEC 2019: A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS (Linus) with Taproot Theatre Company ---  [Tickets & More Info]

MAR-MAY 2020: THE FROG PRINCE (Frog Prince) with Storybook Theater ---  [Tickets & More Info]



Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Singer;Improv Artist;Graphic Designer;Educator;Director;Actor


Member in:

2019 - 2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010
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