EXCLUSIVE: Three-time Emmy winner Bradley Whitford has signed with Gersh for illustration.
Whitford acquired his most up-to-date Emmy award in 2019 for Excellent Visitor Actor in a Drama Sequence for his position as Commander Lawrence within the MGM/Hulu sequence, The Handmaid’s Story. He acquired two subsequent nominations for Excellent Supporting Actor within the sequence, which is getting into its sixth and closing season. He additionally made his directorial debut on the sequence this season with the penultimate episode, “Allegiance.”
Whitford will subsequent seem in AMC’s upcoming restricted sequence, Parish, a remake of the British drama sequence, reverse Giancarlo Esposito. It facilities on a taxi driver whose life is turned the other way up when he agrees to pick-up a Zimbabwean gangster largely recognized for exploiting undocumented immigrants on the U.S. southern ports.
On the function facet, Whitford was just lately seen in 20th/Hulu movie, Rosaline, a comedic retelling of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. He’ll subsequent seem within the impartial movie, I’ll Be Proper There, starring reverse Edie Falco. He can also be recognized for his work within the Oscar-nominated movies Get Out, The Put up, and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s tick, tick… BOOM! Whitford additionally produced the documentary, Not Going Quietly, in regards to the lifetime of activist Ady Barkan, who suffers from ALS. Different notable movie credit embody Warner Bros’ Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Disney’s Saving Mr. Banks, and HBO’s Lyndon B. Johnson biopic, All The Method, amongst others.
Whitford can also be recognized for his portrayal of the sarcastic but susceptible, “Josh Lyman,” on NBC’s The West Wing, which earned him a 2001 Emmy Award in addition to Golden Globe Award nominations in 2001 and 2002. He gained his second Emmy in 2015 for Excellent Visitor Actor in a Comedy Sequence for Amazon’s Clear.
Whitford is also repped by Gersh, Greenlight Administration, Michael Mahan of Peikoff Mahan, and Viewpoint.