Brooks Bedore

Brooks Bedore



Brooks Bedore is an American actor and filmmaker who has earned critical acclaim for his performances in a variety of films and television shows. He has been praised for his ability to portray a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Brooks Bedore began his acting career at an early age. His first role was in the television series “7th Heaven” (1996-2007) playing the role of “Chad”. Following this, he made his film debut in “The Last Days of Disco” (1998) and then starred in the movie “The Rage: Carrie 2” (1999). From there, he went on to have a successful career in television and film.

In 2000, Bedore had a starring role in the hit ABC series “Once and Again”, playing the role of “Randy”. This was followed by roles in the television shows “My Name is Earl” (2005-2009), “The Big Bang Theory” (2006-2007), “Weeds” (2006-2010), and “Bones” (2008-2009). He also guest starred in popular shows such as “Criminal Minds”, “Law & Order”, and “CSI: Miami”.

In addition to television, Bedore has also had a successful career in feature films. He starred in the romantic comedy “Lovers’ Lane” (1999), the drama “The Glass House” (2001), and the comedy “The Door in the Floor” (2004). He has also had supporting roles in the thriller “The Devil’s Rejects” (2005) and the horror film “The Uninvited” (2009).

More recently, Bedore has expanded his career to include producing and directing. He wrote, produced, and directed the feature film “Lovers’ Lane” (1999) and wrote and directed the short film “The Night of the Living Dead” (2005). He also produced and directed the documentary “The Making of The Uninvited” (2009).

Throughout his career, Bedore has earned numerous accolades for his work, including a Saturn Award nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in “The Big Bang Theory” and a Teen

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