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Understanding the nuances and realities of working on camera is critical to today's actor, no matter if they have an BFA or MFA or how much experience they have on stage.


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Brad Greenquist, Actor

Brad Greenquist has been a professional actor for over 30 years. Notable screen work includes "Pet Sematary," "The Bedroom Window," "Across the Hall," "Ali," "Gang Related," "The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer," "The Pennsylvania Miners' Story," "The Yearling," "Dead Man's Walk," and "In Cold Blood."

On TV, he's made guest appearances on "Cold Case," "Heroes," "Medium," "ER," "Sleeper Cell," "CSI," "Alias," several "Star Trek" incarnations, and many others.

Brad can regularly be seen in commercials and has extensive stage experience (Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional, Equity waiver). He is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and a member of the Pacific Resident Theatre Company.

Brad has taught acting at the Michael Moriarty Acting Studio, the David Kagen School of Film Acting, the Idaho Film & Television Institute, the Governor's School, the Classical Theatre Lab and the PRT Conservatory. He currently teaches an ongoing on-camera acting class in Santa Monica.

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