Bradford English

Bradford English

Bradford English is a character actor who has starred in film and on movies. He is best known in the horror film community for his role in the 1995 horror movie "" as John Strode. Bradford's first movie role was in the 1971 movie "The Anderson Tapes", he also starred in the 1979 movie "The Onion Field".

Bradford has made guest appearances on many tv shows. His appearances range from "Kojak", "Diff'rent Strokes", "The A-Team", "Alien Nation", "21 Jump Street", "Brooklyn South", and "Crossing Jordan".


*"Determination of Death" (2001)
*"" (1995)
*"Higher Learning" (1995)
*"Wolf" (1994)
*"Basic Instinct" (1992)
*"The Fabulous Baker Boys" (1989)
*"Hanky Panky (film)" (1982)
*"The Onion Field" (1979)
*"The Anderson Tapes"

External links

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