Bradley Dean

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Not to be confused with Bradlee Dean.

Bradley Dean is an American stage and screen actor.

From December 2009 until January 2011, he starred in the Broadway revival of A Little Night Music, first as Frid, and then later as Count Carl-Magnus opposite Bernadette Peters.[1] On March 25, 2008, Dean succeeded Christopher Sieber in the role of Sir Galahad in the musical comedy Spamalot on Broadway. Prior to performing the role on Broadway, Dean played the same role in the show's touring company.[2]

Dean has had other Broadway roles in productions of Evita, The Story of my Life, Company, Man of La Mancha, and Jane Eyre. Screen credits include roles in A Person of Interest, All My Children, One Life to Live, and Guiding Light.

Dean is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University.[3] He is originally from Pottsville, Pennsylvania.[4]

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