About Bradley Bundlie
April 08, 2009
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Bradley first stepped onto the stage at the age of three and a half, and fell in love with theatre and the art of becoming someone else. Eight years later, he still loves the "smell" of an old theatre and performing in front of a live audience. in 2019, Bradley was nominated for a Young Entertainer Award for his work as Young Tesla in Tesla The Musical, and in 2020 and 2018 he won the same category for his work as Auggie Pullman in "Wonder" at the La Mirada Theatre and the title role in "Oliver"! at the Lawndale PAC. In 2019, Bradley and his younger brother Bowie, played brothers John and Michael in "Peter Pan" in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh. The joint production of McCoy Rigby and Poets Theatre was the first of its kind in Riyadh, following Saudi Arabia's recent opening of their country to visitors from the West. Other stage credits include: Wicked Lit's The Open Door as Roland, History Lit's Two Pictures In One as Dick Ward, Young William in "Frankenstein: The Musical" Chip in 3D Theatricals' "Beauty and the Beast" and for 3 consecutive years played Tiny Tim in "A Christmas Carol" at the Glendale Centre Theatre. Bradley's Film/TV experience is even more colorful having played a wide variety of characters. In 2017, Bradley .won a Young Artists Award for his role as Quinn, a cross-dressing 6 year-old in the gender questioning "Danny the Manny" web-series. Other favorite roles include the son of Emma Bell in Netflix's "Deviant Love", the son of Jay Mohr in "American Nightmares" and the grandson of Eric Roberts in the award winning "30 Days to Say Goodbye". An accomplished guitarist, Bradley studies under the legendary Mark Whitfield and regular performs in his own band "First Day of School" with his younger brother Bowie. Proceeds from playing music, often get donated to their organization It Starts With 1, and the money is used to create homeless packs, or gift bags for kids with cancer through the LA Children's Hospital. As a competitive gymnast, in 2020-2021, Bradley competed as a Level 6 gymnast. Bradley also spent many years as a competitive roller skater and ballet dancer, once performing a duet with the world famous Moscow Ballet company in The Nutcracker. Bradley studies Musical Theatre each summer with West End Stage. He is also passionate about Shakespeare having played the titles roles of Macbeth, Romeo, and Julius Caesar as well as King Hamlet and Claudius through his school. He also loves studying Algebra, Applied Mathematics & Engineering and dreams of someday becoming a NASA Astronaut. Being of Scottish descent, he has traveled numerous times to Edinburgh, as well as trips through Italy, France, Germany, England, Israel and Morocco. Bradley lives in Southern California with his family.