| D Bradford Hall|
| Walnut Creek, CA|
| Douglas Bradford Hall|
May 16, 1968 (age 47) (1968-05-16)
Owner of EntertainmentCareers.net
Reading to Kids1999–2000
Julia Louis-Dreyfus (m. 1987)
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series
Picture Paris, Troll, Watching Ellie, The Guardian, A Bug's Life
Julia Louis‑Dreyfus, Gerard Louis‑Dreyfus, Lauren Bowles, Jason Alexander, Gary David Goldberg
Henry Hall, Charles Hall
Brad Hall (producer) Wikipedia
Brad Hall (born Douglas Bradford Hall; May 16, 1968) sometimes credited as D. Bradford Hall is an American film producer and entrepreneur and is best known as the founder and owner of the entertainment industry website EntertainmentCareers.net. and a co-founder of Reading to Kids
Hall was a producer on the film The Sky Is Falling in 2000. The film had previously been cancelled due to investors removing themselves from the project, but Hall came onto the project soon after the writing team had raised enough financing themselves to move forward with the film project. Hall was also the producer of three short films between 1993 and 1994. His short The Traveling Poet appeared on Late Night with David Letterman in 1993, as did his short Poolside Ecstasy and Housewives: The Making of the Cast Album. The shorts featured and were directed by four time Emmy Award winner Chris Elliott. Hall was also a production assistant on several feature films in the 1990s and assistant director on the television show Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal in 1998.
In 2000 he founded EntertainmentCareers.net, which connects job seekers to major movie and music companies. Since then Hall has been interviewed regarding the Entertainment Industry, small business, internet business issues including marketing and customer service and has served on panel discussions on careers and the entertainment industry.
In 2003 Hall was featured in the book Guerilla PR Wired. The interview with Hall was featured as an example of best practices in internet based businesses, online marketing and customer service.
Brad is a speaker and guest lecturer on Startups/Entrepreneurship, the Entertainment Industry and Career Management.
In 1999 Hall co-founded Reading to Kids, a 501c3 organization, and served as Treasurer and board member. Reading to Kids is a grassroots organization dedicated to inspiring underserved children with a love of reading, thereby enriching their lives and opportunities for success in the future.The Sky is Falling (Producer)
The Big Day (the producers wish to thank)
A Little Inside (the producers wish to thank)
Sparkler (Special Thanks)
The Traveling Poet (Producer)
Housewives: The Making of the Cast Album (Producer)
Poolside Ecstasy: The Parody (Producer)