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Brad Rowe (actor)

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Occupation  Actor, activist
Name  Brad Rowe
Spouse  Lisa Fiori (m. 1999)
TV shows  Wasteland, Leap of Faith
Years active  1996–present
Role  Film actor
Children  Hopper Rowe
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Born  May 15, 1970 (age 45) (1970-05-15) Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, U.S.
Education  University of Wisconsin-Madison
Movies  Shelter, Billy's Hollywood Screen Ki, Body Shots, National Treasure: Book of S, Purgatory
Similar People  Trevor Wright, Jonah Markowitz, Michael Feifer, Michael Cristofer, Tommy O'Haver

Bradley Thomas Rowe was (born May 15, 1970). Rowe is an American film and television actor, writer, producer, and public policy advocate. He appeared in Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss (1998) and TNT's Purgatory. Other roles include a short stint as recurring character, Walt, on NewsRadio, Murphy Sinclair on General Hospital, Ty Swindle, on Wasteland, and Dan Murphy on Leap of Faith.


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Early life

Rowe was born and raised in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

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A 1993 University of Wisconsin–Madison economics graduate, Rowe worked as a finance manager for political campaigns in Washington, D.C. before moving to Los Angeles, California, to pursue acting and screenwriting.


Rowe started his career in the United Talent Agency library and mailroom.

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Rowe has acted in the TV movies Vanished, Lucky 7 and Though None Go with Me and the NBC mini-series The 70s, as well as appearing on Perception as FBI Agent Bobby Dalton and Agent Jack Burgess on 1-800-MISSING.

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In 1998 he portrayed a recurring character named Walt in the sitcom NewsRadio. The character was the nephew of the eccentric billionaire Jimmy James boss of the WNYX crew.

In 2007, he played Shaun, the romantic interest of the central character (Trevor Wright) of Shelter.

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He took part in Tony Zierra's 2011 documentary My Big Break, which follows the early careers of Rowe, Wes Bentley, Chad Lindberg and Greg Fawcett.

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Rowe is the host of the talk radio podcast series MIPtalk: Conversations with the World's Most Interesting People with writer Noam Dromi.

Rowe founded Bright Angel Productions, a video and documentary company.

Public policy work

Rowe advocated for same-sex marriage rights during the California Proposition 8 campaign in 2008.

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He spent 10 years teaching and volunteering at Chrysalis in Los Angeles. In the early 2010s, Rowe worked in educational policy for the United Way of Greater Los Angeles, organizing HomeWalk, an event that raised money to fight homelessness.

Rowe graduated with a master's degree in public policy (MPP) from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs in 2013. He was awarded the Rosenfield Fellowship in Education Policy by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles.

Rowe is the president and managing director of BOTEC Analysis, a public policy research and consulting firm based in Los Angeles. He is also a contributor to the Crime and Justice Program at New York University's Marron Institute of Urban Management.

Personal life

He is married to Lisa Fiori. They have a son named Hopper.


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