Bradford Anderson is from the small lakeside town of Meredith, New Hampshire. A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Bradford has been seen on stages all over the country and screens big and small. On the east coast he has appeared on such stages as The Goodspeed Opera House, Papermill Playhouse, Barrington Stage, Arena Stage, and Philadelphia Theater Company—where he was nominated for a Barrymore Award for his role as Billy in Edward Albee’s The Goat, Or Who Is Sylvia? opposite John Glover. After being encouraged to relocate to LA, Bradford found success immediately, booking a guest starring role on Veronica Mars (a role which recurred) in only his 2nd week in town. A few months later, Bradford was cast on ABC's General Hospital, in a role that was only supposed to last a month or two. The role, Damian Spinelli, became a fast fan favorite, and Bradford went on to play that role for 8 years (earning him 5 Emmy nominations). Bradford’s other TV credits include Homeland (Recurring Guest), Minority Report, NCIS LA, Castle, Perception, NCIS, GH Night Shift, What About Brian, and Ed. Film credits include American Pie Presents: Beta House, Carts, Kissing Cousins, and Falsely Accused (with Roseanna Arquette and John Gries).