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David Bradley - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography

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Born April 17, 1942 - English theater, film and television actor.
Currently based in Stratford-upon-Avon, President of Second Thoughts Drama Group.
He began his acting career in 1971 at the Laurence Olivier Royal National Theater. He first appeared on television the same year in the British sitcom Nearest and Dearest as a police officer. In 1997 he played in the play by Harold Pinter at the Royal National Theater - "Homecoming", and in 2006/2007 in his own play - "The Watchman" at Sheffield Theaters and Tricycle Theater (London) .
Bradley starred in the BBC comedy series Wild West as Jake. He played fictional Labor MP Eddie Wells in the 1996 BBC Two series Our Friends in the North, which received numerous awards and nominations from the prestigious British Academy Television Awards. He played the role of Sir Pitt Crowley in the BBC adaptation of William Thackeray's novel Vanity Fair. Other television roles included the 2001 television series The Roads We Choose, directed by David Yates, with whom Bradley would later work on the Harry Potter series five years later. Bradley also appeared on the BBC One musical series Blackpool, the 2005 BBC television show Mr. Harvey Lights a Candle ", and also in the TV movie of the same television channel "Sweeney Todd" (2006). In the same year, he played the main character, Tom, in one of the episodes of the television series "Purely English Murders" .
He has appeared on TV shows such as Ideal (sitcom, BBC Three) since 2005, starring as Bark beetle, Thieves Like Us (BBC), in which he played the character Electric, and True Dare Kiss (BBC1 ). In the film "Lycanthropy", he played the role of the owner of a nightclub, the headquarters of a criminal gang werewolves. The spectrum of roles for David Bradley is extremely varied: he took part in both the adaptation of the classic comedy by Charles Dickens "Nicholas Nickleby" (2002) and in the modern comedy film of 2007 "Kind of Cool Pointers". In the latter, he played a small role as a farmer-collector of illegal weapons, among which there was a naval mine, which played a large role in the development of the plot. Although Bradley is most famous for his participation in the film adaptation of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter saga, David also participated in other films of the fantasy genre: he played the role of Cohen the Barbarian in the film adaptation of Terry Pratchett's book The Color of Magic (Sky1 TV channel) .
On May 4, 2009, Bradley appeared in the BBC television series "Ashes to Ashes" as an environmental activist - an animal rights activist, and on July 20 of the same year in the television series of the same television company - "Streets". In the historical television series The Tudors, Bradley played the role of Henry VIII's court jester - William Sommers (2009) .
In 2011, Bradley took part in the HBO television series Game of Thrones, the adaptation of George Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire saga as the Late Lord Walder Frey. In 2013, Bradley starred in Adventure in Space and Time (a documentary about the creation of Doctor Who), where he played William Hartnell, the first actor to play the Doctor. Bradley is a fan of Aston Villa Football Club.

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