Brad Sherwood

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Brad Sherwood
Brad Sherwood 2006.JPG
Sherwood in 2006
Born (1964-11-24) November 24, 1964 (age 57)
Chicago, Illinois, US
OccupationActor, singer, comedian, game show host
Years active1972–present

Bradley Sherwood is an American actor, singer, comedian, game show host and writer.


His first acting job was a recurring role on L.A. Law as Ned Barron, which lasted for six episodes from 1991 to 1992.

Sherwood was introduced to improv after being encouraged to attend a comedy class in Los Angeles,[1] and he joined the cast of the syndicated sketch-comedy series The Newz in 1994.[1]

In 1992, Sherwood became a recurring performer for three seasons of the British improvisational comedy television show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. He was the only actor from the Los Angeles auditions to make it to the cast.[2] Starting in 1998, he was a regular cast member for seven seasons on the American version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? which was produced by and aired on the American broadcaster ABC. The American version was hosted by comedian Drew Carey. Sherwood later made a guest appearance in three episodes of Carey's sitcom The Drew Carey Show. He was also a producer and performer on Drew Carey's Green Screen Show (2005) and a performer on Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza (2011).

In 2013, the American broadcast network The CW revived Whose Line?, on which Sherwood has made occasional appearances.[3]

Sherwood hosted The Dating Game from 1996 to 1997 and The Big Moment in 1999, and was a guest host on Talk Soup. He has also been a regular panelist on To Tell The Truth, Jury Duty, and Hollywood Squares.[4]

He regularly appears on numerous VH-1 series, including I Love The 70s, I Love The 80s, I Love The 90s, 100 One-Hit Wonders of The 80s, 100 Greatest Rock Ballads, I Love Toys, and Greatest Game Show Moments. He was a guest on Larry King Live and a regular panelist on Chelsea Lately.[3]

Other work[edit]

In 2003, Sherwood teamed up with fellow Whose Line? performer Colin Mochrie for a two-man improv show titled An Evening With Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood. On March 28, 2007, Sherwood and Mochrie performed at the Congressional Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C.

In 2010–11, Sherwood was one of a rotating group of guest announcers on American TV show The Price Is Right before George Gray was chosen as the next permanent announcer.[5]


Year Title Roles Notes
1987 White Out Stooge #3 Short
1991 Life As We Know It! Gangster TV Movie
1991-1992 L.A. Law Ned Barron 5 episodes
1992-1998 Whose Line Is It Anyway (UK) Himself 12 episodes
1994 Attack of the 5 Ft. 2 Women Mime TV movie
1994 The Newz Various TV series
1997 That Darn Cat Agent #2
1997 The Dating Game Himself Host
1998 The Night Caller Andy Saden
1998 Short Cinema Video
1999 Dill Scallion Brad Statlin
1999 The Big Moment Himself Host
1999-2001 The Drew Carey Show Brad Sherwood / Baby in Baby Carriage / Brad 3 episodes
2001 Talk Soup Himself Host
2001 Hollywood Squares Himself - panelist 3 episodes
2001 Improv All Stars Himself
2001 Disney's California Adventure TV Special Himself TV Special short
2001 The Test Himself - panelist
2001 Rendez-View Himself - Guest host TV Series short
2001-2002 To Tell the Truth Himself - panelist 2 episodes
2002 Jane White Is Sick & Twisted Homeless Man
2002 Lloyd in Space Cheery Theerlap, Lloyd TV Series
2003 Punkin Chunkin Himself - Host 1 episode
2004 Green Screen Show Himself 3 episodes
2004 TV Guide Close Up: From Comedy Club to Primetime Himself TV Movie documentary
2005 I Love the '90s: Part Deux Himself TV Mini Series documentary
2005 I Love the 80's 3-D Himself TV Series documentary, 2 episodes
2005 Just for Laughs Himself TV Series documentary
2006 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Various TV Series
2006 I Love Toys Himself TV Series documentary
2006 I Love the '70s: Volume 2 Himself 2 episodes
2007 Wiener Takes All: A Dogumentary Himself documentary
2007 Entertainment Weekly & TV Land Present: The 50 Greatest TV Icons Himself TV Special documentary
1998-2007 Whose Line Is It Anyway? Himself 56 episodes
2007 Smartest Guy in Town Himself - host
2008 Digimon Data Squad Gallantmon 5 episodes
2008 Chelsea Lately Himself 1 episode
2008 I Love the New Millennium Himself 3 episodes
2008 Punkin Chunkin Himself - Host
2009 The Greatest Himself TV Series documentary
2009 Flipping Out Himself 3 episodes
2010 The Price Is Right Himself - Guest Announcer 20 episodes
2011 Colin & Brad: Two Man Group Himself
2011 Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza Himself 17 episodes
2012 Trust Us with Your Life Himself 2 episodes
2012 Hollywood Uncensored with Same Rubin Himself - Host Video
2017 The Legionnaires of Laughter Himself - Host Video
2017 The Man Cave Chronicles Podcast Himself Podcast series
2018 Caroline & Freinds Himself 3 episodes
2019 Colin & Brad: Out of the Box Himself
2020 Ujokes Himself 3 episode
2020 Penn & Teller: Fool Us Himself - Special Guest 1 episode
2014-2020 Whose Line Is It Anyway (US) Himself 16 episodes
2021 The Good, the Bad, and the Sequel Himself Podcast series

Filmography courtesy of IMDb.[3]


  1. ^ a b Masters, Kate (May 9, 2018). "'Whose Line' star Brad Sherwood, the most famous non-famous person on TV, comes to the Weinberg Center". Frederick News Post. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  2. ^ "Conversations With Ross: Featuring Brad Sherwood",, August 17, 2011.
  3. ^ a b c "Brad Sherwood". IMDb. Archived from the original on November 19, 2003. Retrieved October 21, 2021.
  4. ^ Schwartz, David (1999). "The Encyclopedia of TV Game Shows", p. 279. Checkmark Books, New York.
  5. ^ "Brad Sherwood and Jeff Davis Guest Announce "The Price is Right"". Buzzer Blog. July 22, 2010. Archived from the original on August 5, 2010. Retrieved November 2, 2010.

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Media offices
Preceded by
Jeff MacGregor (1988-89)
Host of The Dating Game
Succeeded by
Chuck Woolery (1997-2000)
Preceded by Acting announcer of The Price Is Right
Served alongside: Jeff Davis, JD Roberto and others
Succeeded by