Bradford Cobb

Bradford Cobb



Bradford Cobb is an American actor and producer who has been in the entertainment business for over 25 years. He has a diverse portfolio of credits in television, movies, and theater.

Cobb was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in a family of actors. His father, an actor and director, encouraged him to pursue his passion for the performing arts. After graduating from high school, Cobb studied theater at the University of California, Los Angeles. He then moved to New York City to pursue his career.

Cobb’s first big break came in 1995, when he was cast as the lead in the television series “The Big Valley”. He played the character of Jarrod Barkley, the eldest son of a wealthy ranching family. The show was a hit, and Cobb was nominated for numerous awards and received critical acclaim for his performance.

From there, Cobb’s career flourished. He went on to appear in a variety of television shows and movies, including “The West Wing”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, “The O.C.”, and “American Horror Story”. He also starred in the 2010 movie “Love and Other Drugs”, and in the 2016 film “La La Land”.

Cobb is also an accomplished stage actor, having appeared in productions of “Romeo and Juliet”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, and “The Cherry Orchard”. He won a Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his performance in “The Little Foxes” in 2011.

In addition to his acting career, Cobb is also a successful producer. He has produced a number of television shows, including “The Big Valley”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, and “The O.C.”. He also produced the 2013 movie “The Butler”, which was nominated for two Academy Awards.

Bradford Cobb is one of the most versatile and respected actors of his generation. He has a long and successful career as an actor and producer, and is beloved by fans around the world.

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