Brad BeyerBrad Beyer starred on the series "Jericho," a show whose fans literally went nuts when it was canceled and delivered over 20 tons of peanuts to its network, thereby securing an additional seven episodes.
Beyer had a recurring arc on "Third Watch," starred as Charlotte's punch-throwing boyfriend on "Sex & the City," and guested on the likes of "Lie to Me," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Criminal Minds," "CSI: Miami," "Law & Order" and "L & O: Special Victims Unit," among others. He also starred as Don Meredith opposite John Turturro's Howard Cosell in the TNT original telefilm, "Monday Night Mayhem."
Film roles include the comedies "Mr. Woodcock," "Sorority Boys," the indie favorite "Trick," "The General's Daughter" with John Travolta, and Antonio Banderas' feature directorial debut, "Crazy in Alabama."
Beyer garnered the latter two roles after a positive review of his appearance in the off-Broadway production "The Chili Queen" caught the eye of a casting director who called him in to read for both roles on the same day. He has remained loyal to his theatrical roots, also starring in "Lighting Up the Two Year Old" for The Actors Studio and "Wonderland" at The American Place Theatre. In New York he studied with William Esper and Wynn Handman. He is also a lifetime member of The Actors Studio.
After lettering in three varsity sports - basketball, football and track - in his native Wisconsin, Beyer crossed state lines to attend the University of Minnesota, where he began acting in a class for non-theater majors. His professor encouraged him to pursue the craft as his career, which prompted a move to New York City upon graduation.
Beyer currently resides in Los Angeles.
HOMETOWN: Waukesha, WI
BIRTHDATE: September 20