Brad Beyer

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Brad Beyer
Brad Beyer on Set (cropped).jpg
Beyer on the set of Jericho
Born(1973-09-20) September 20, 1973 (age 41)
Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present
 
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Brad Beyer
Brad Beyer on Set (cropped).jpg
Beyer on the set of Jericho
Born(1973-09-20) September 20, 1973 (age 41)
Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.
OccupationActor
Years active1996–present

Brad Beyer (b. September 20, 1973) is an American actor. He is most known for his role in the CBS series Jericho, playing Stanley Richmond.

Early and personal life[edit]

Born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, he attended the University of Minnesota.[1]

He resides in Los Angeles.[1]

Career[edit]

Beyer at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con International

Beyer was cast on the pilot of ABC's Roman's Empire opposite Kelsey Grammer. The pilot did not move forward but it did help Beyer to enter the cast of his next role on GCB, playing Zack Peacham.

He played an recurring role on NBC’s Third Watch. He has also appeared on the series Sex and The City, Lie To Me, NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami, Law & Order, and Law & Order: SVU. He also starred as Don Meredith in the TNT original telefilm Monday Night Mayhem.

His film roles include the comedies Mr. Woodcock, Sorority Boys, Trick, The General's Daughter, and Crazy in Alabama. The latter two roles he had to audition on the same day.

His theatrical roles include The Chili Queen, Lighting Up the Two Year Old for The Actors Studio and Wonderland at The American Place Theatre.

In 2012, Beyer featured in a two-part episode of NCIS (season 10, episodes 6-7). His character was a war veteran suffering from PTSD who helps foil a domestic terror plot.

Beyer had a role in the 2013 movie 42 as Major League Baseball player Kirby Higbe.

Filmography[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1996Law & OrderJack MiniverTV series (1 episode: "Girlfriends")
1996Circus Lives
1997Cop LandYoung Cop
1998*69Short
1998Enough AlreadyJohn
1999TrickRich
1999The General's DaughterCapt. Bransford
1999Crazy in AlabamaJack
1999Game DayDave
1999Law & Order: Special Victims UnitDennis CaufieldTV series (1 episode: "Hysteria")
2000Sex and the CityArthurTV series (1 episode: "Where There's Smoke...")
2001Way Off BroadwayDarrin
2001TwelveZach Taylor (voice)
2002Monday Night MayhemDon MeredithTV film
2002The Perfect YouChad
2002Sorority BoysSpence
2001–2002Third WatchSgt. Jason ChristopherTV series (8 episodes)
2002HackDaren AdamsTV series (1 episode: "Domestic Disturbance")
2004CSI: MiamiDoug SawyerTV series (1 episode: "Witness to Murder")
2006E-RingDamonTV series (2 episodes)
2007Reign of the GargoylesPorterTV film
2007Murder 101: If Wishes Were HorsesJake BrawleyTV film
2007Mr. WoodcockJay Elms - Dumb Jock
2006–2008JerichoStanley RichmondTV series (26 episodes)
2008Criminal MindsDetective Steve BerryTV series (1 episode: "The Crossing")
2008Without a TraceKevin WeaverTV series (1 episode: "Cloudy with a Chance of Gettysburg")
2009Lie to MeLieutenant Tom ClaytonTV series (1 episode: "Unchained")
2010Backyard WeddingKeith TylerTV film
2010CSI: NYJay Carver / ParkerTV series (1 episode: "Justified")
2011NCIS: Los AngelesLAPD Detective Jeff VerseyTV series (1 episode: "Personal")
2012The MentalistRanger Sam FranklinTV series (1 episode: "Cheap Burgundy")
2012GCBZach PeachamTV series (10 episodes)
2012Common LawDetective Brady GoodenTV series (1 episode: "Pilot")
2012NCISMarine Captain Joe WestcottTV series (2 episodes)
201342Kirby Higbe
2013The GladesRyan BakerTV series (1 episode: "Yankee Dan")
2013Royal PainsDon O'SheaTV series (5 episodes)
2013IronsideChris EllisTV series (1 episode: "Sleeping Dogs")
2014PerceptionMordecai 'Three Finger' BrownTV series (1 episode: "Curveball")
2014ExtantHarmon KrygerTV series (8 episodes)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Andy Tarnoff (10 May 2007). "Milwaukee Talks: "Jericho's" Brad Beyer". On Milwaukee. Retrieved 1 October 2014. 

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