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Dedicated to the craft of transformational acting

Character Comes First

Specializing in thoughtful and nuanced character studies, Brady Adair is an artist dedicated to the craft of acting.

Working in a variety of mediums, Brady has played over 60 comedic and dramatic roles in an extensive range of contemporary and classical pieces for theatre, television, independent film and commercial productions.
Brady creates memorable characters that come from keen insight, strong instincts and in-depth research as well as the simple act of daydreaming. His characters are three dimensional with details that display their humanity and personal perspective.
Based in New York, Brady has studied acting for various mediums in addition to movement work, dance, Alexander Technique, Tectonic moment work, dialects and actor/combatant skills.

What's Happening?

Welcome to my website. Here you will find a lot of great information about me and my work in the world of entertainment. Take a look around and enjoy your stay. And be sure to leave a comment if you have one (or a question) or just want to say hello.

Welcome The Josh Brown Group! After the sad passing of my long time representative, Herb Rothman, I have now signed with Josh Brown of The Josh Brown Group and look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.

Casting News! I’ve just been cast in the role of Louis Philippe in the new work The Potemkin Play as part of a special series at HERE Arts Center. I’m excited about this opportunity and more details are to come as we start rehearsals soon and get underway with the production. Stay tuned!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A consummate and versatile performer

Devoted to a disciplined creative process

Portfolio Spotlight

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Entertains and remains memorable to an audience