Bradley Whitford

Bradley Whitford, Gloria Calderon Kellett Join Pledge to Get Hollywood Paperless by 2030

A number of actors, writers and directors are making a commitment to on-set sustainability and joining an initiative to get Hollywood paperless by 2030. Bradley Whitford, Rachel Bloom, Travon Free, Gloria Calderón Kellett, Stephen Fry, John Cameron Mitchell, Kelly McCreary, Kirsten Vangsness, Rob Morrow and directors Michael Morris, Lauren Wolkstein and Pete Chatmon are among those who have teamed with Scriptation, a digital script app that allows for notes, revisions and sharing pages with cast and crew in place of the use of traditional print scripts.More from The Hollywood Reporter8 Eco-Friendlier Designer Denim Pieces for Going Green in 2022L.A. Performances of...
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Bradley Whitford Among ‘A Christmas Carol’ Cast Members Who Have Covid – Update

PREVIOUSLY on Dec. 21: Bradley Whitford is among those among the A Christmas Carol cast and company who recently contracted Covid. “I tested positive for COVID,” wrote Whitford on Twitter today. “But I’ll be fine because I am fully vaccinated. If you want to take care of yourself, the people you love, and the lovely people in your community who are risking their lives on the frontlines of this pandemic, I hope you’ll get fully vaccinated too.” I tested positive for COVID. But I’ll be fine because I am fully vaccinated. If you want to take care of yourself, the people...
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Bradley Whitford: Ady Barkan film erases false divide between personal and political

The Biden social policy bill includes $150 billion towards in-home care for seniors and the disabled like ALS patient and activist Ady Barkan. The documentary “Not Going Quietly” follows Ady Barkan as he fights for healthcare reform. The Executive Producer of the film, Bradley Whitford, joins Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss.Dec. 14, 2021.

Bradley Whitford Led “Wordless” Musical Tribute to Stephen Sondheim on ‘Christmas Carol’ Opening Night

The lights are back on at the Ahmanson Theatre. The Center Theatre Group venue raised the curtain Wednesday for the opening night of A Christmas Carol, the first production to grace the stage in nearly two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and what a festive night it was. The mammoth Christmas tree on the terrace was laced with white lights and featured a burst of blue on top, theater attendants lined up to check vaccine cards in plush holiday hats and reindeer ears, and the hot chocolate was being warmed up for a post-show reception. As guests made their way inside...

Bradley Whitford, 62, Says Men Are 'Lucky as Hell' to Be 'Celebrated for Aging': 'It's Unfair'

Bradley Whitford has been around long enough, in life and in Hollywood, to know that men and women are not treated the same when it comes to aging. "Honestly, men are lucky as hell," Whitford, 62, tells PEOPLE in the latest issue. "We get celebrated for aging. It's unfair and it's crazy. I remember my mom, who had absolutely nothing to do with show business, would talk about how unfair that is, that men become distinguished and women become invisible. I have siblings and my sisters talk about that a lot. It's unfair. I have been celebrated for aging, which is bizarre."

Bradley Whitford: Redefining the Dad Bod

The 62-year-old Emmy winner, who jokes about being the "Sexiest Man Barely Alive," says he still makes time for exercise, but admits the best shape of his life was "many decades ago." Whitford reveals how he think his children will react to his feature, when he is happiest these days and his first thought when he heard about being in this issue - "I’m glad of the pain it will cause to [The West Wing co-star] Josh Malina."

Bradley Whitford brings life to Scrooge in production at Smith Center

It’s as if Bradley Whitford had been preparing to play Ebenezer Scrooge since he was a kid. “I was raised Quaker, but my mother was in love with George C. Scott,” says Whitford, who remembers gathering with the family each year to listen to a recorded adaptation of “A Christmas Carol” with George C. Scott as literature’s most famous misanthrope.
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‘Coda’ Team Praises On-Set Experience of Groundbreaking Film: “It Was Like Gold”. On Friday night, Bradley Whitford moderated a post-screening panel for his West Wing co-star Marlee Matlin’s latest project, Coda, alongside director Sian Heder and stars Emilia Jones, Eugenio…. Bradley Whitford on Reuniting With Lin-Manuel Miranda for ‘Tick, Tick,...

Bradley Whitford on Reuniting With Lin-Manuel Miranda for ‘Tick, Tick, Boom!’

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s much anticipated directorial debut tick, tick…BOOM! is timed to detonate Nov. 10 as the Netflix film opens the 35th edition of AFI Fest at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre. Andrew Garfield and Alexandra Shipp, Mj Rodriguez, Judith Light and Vanessa Hudgens, among others, star in the film penned by Tony winner Steven Levenson based on the autobiographical musical from Rent playwright Jonathan Larson. For the part of Stephen Sondheim, a key inspiration for Larson’s work, Miranda drafted Bradley Whitford, a vet of the stage and screen. The Emmy-winning actor tells The Hollywood Reporter that he found the obligation of playing...