Brad Bass

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Brad Bass
Born (1980-05-06) May 6, 1980 (age 35)
Danville, Virginia, USA

Brad Bass (born May 6, 1980) is an American stage actor and singer who is best known for his roles in the Chicago production of Wicked, along with Dee Roscioli and Erin Mackey. He briefly took over the role of "'Fiyero'" beginning on December 12, 2006. He appeared in Taste of Chicago to sing "Dancing Through Life" and "As Long As You're Mine" with co-star Dee Roscioli. After re-joining the Ensemble on January 19, Derrek Williams reprised the role. Bass relocated to New York City and joined the Ensemble in the Broadway production in early 2007, joining Julia Murney and Kendra Kassebaum.

Bass graduated from Dan River Senior High in Ringgold, Virginia in the class of 1998 and attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy from 1998 to 2000 in New York.


  • Wicked (2006) - Ensemble / u/s Fiyero (Chicago Cast)
  • Wicked (2007–2008) - Ensemble / u/s Fiyero / Ozian Official / Witch's Father (Broadway Cast)
  • Memphis (2008) - Perry Como / Frank Dryer / u/s Huey Calhoun / Ensemble
  • "Jersey Boys" (2011) - Swing

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