August 31, 1979 |
Houston, Texas, U.S.
|Other names||Chad Brandon|
Chad grew up going to Tomball High School. He was a football and baseball jock in high school and was planning on studying law but things took a great turn after one of his friends dared him to try out for the highschool's comedy "The Nerd" and became the lead. After that he spent most of his time studying theater and went to Sam Houston State University on scholarship. After a year and a half at Sam Houston, he moved to Los Angeles.
Chad is married to his wife Carly. They have three sons: Hudson (born December 18, 2007), Ford (born January 6, 2010), and Tucker (born June 6, 2011).
In 2000 started playing Zander Smith on the daytime soap opera General Hospital. He played the character from 2000–2004, until he was killed off, and won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series in 2004. He has also guest starred on Friday Night Lights, Cold Case, and Deadwood. Another of his roles includes Tolten from the Xbox 360 RPG Lost Odyssey. In 2008, FOX brought on Chad as one of the main network announcers covering many of their hit shows such as The Simpsons, Family Guy, Glee, Sons of Tucson, American Dad, and The Cleveland Show.
On December 22, 2009, Brannon returned to General Hospital, in a cameo as a character known only as Aaron. He appeared alongside Natalia Livingston, who was playing the twin of her previous character.
|1999||Killing the Badge||CIA Agent #3|
|2007||Lost Odyssey||Tolten||as Chad Brandon|
|1999||Walker, Texas Ranger||Chris||1 episode|
|2000||General Hospital||Zander Smith
|256 episodes, 2000-2004
1 episode, 2009
|Malcolm in the Middle||Cadet||1 episode|
|JAG||Young Hoskins||1 episode|
|Days of Our Lives||Boy #1||3 episodes|
|Cold Case||Skiz||1 episode|
|What It Takes||unknown||25 episodes, 2006–2007|
|Friday Night Lights||Lucas Mize||2 episodes, 2006–2007|
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