2016 NBC Fall Preview
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It's Bradley Whitford!
Whitford was born in Madison, Wisconsin. He majored in English and theater at Wesleyan University and went on to receive a fine arts degree …
Whitford first appeared on television in 1985 in an episode of "The Equalizer." His film debut was in the 1986 film "Doorman."
He made his Broadway debut in 1990 playing Lieutenant Jack Ross in the play "A Few Good Men" by Aaron Sorkin.
Whitford also made a guest appearance on "ER" in the Emmy award-winning March 1995 episode "Love's Labor Lost."
Whitford joined the cast of Sorkin's "The West Wing" as Josh Lyman with the show's premiere in 1999.
Whitford was nominated for three consecutive Emmys for his role on "The West Wing," winning the award for Best Supporting Actor in 2001.
After "The West Wing" ended in May 2006, Whitford appeared alongside Matthew Perry in Aaron Sorkin's series "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip."…
In 2010, Whitford starred as Dan Stark in the TV series "The Good Guys" opposite Colin Hanks.
He also appeared in the Season 3 finale of "The Mentalist" as the long-sought nemesis of Patrick Jane, Red John.
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