Bradford Stevens, a native Chicagoan, fell in love with the theater, while atteding Florida A&M University in Tallahassee. Upon graduating, he returned to the Windy City, and started working as a stage manager and light board operator with the Chicago Theater Company, and the Drury Lane Theater in Evergreen Park. Before long, he was taking acting classes, doing shows, and writing screenplays.
He earned his MFA in acting, from the DePaul Theater School, before attending the Second City Improv and Musical Impro conservatories. He's had the privillege of working with a gang cool theaters including The Goodman, Steppenwolf, InGen Productions, Griffin Theater, and The Oracle. He's appeared on Chicago P.D. and received a non-equity Jeff nomination (Best Actor), for his role as Lucius; in the Raven Theater's production of Jessus Hopped The "A" Train. In 2002, he co-founded Land of Misery Films, with his partner in crime, Stacey Carpenter, and is crazy excited about their upcoming web series Dog Walkers, which is currently in pre production.