Bradley Reynolds

Bradley Reynolds

Bradley Reynolds

Bio
Bradley Reynolds, a New Yorker and a native of Indianapolis, received his BFA from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music.  Some of his New York credits include creating the role of Brian in Have A Nice Day and starring in Manhattan Serenade, When I Get My Name In Lights and Museum Piece.

In addition to acting, Bradley is a TONY, Olivier and Drama Desk nominated producer.  He produced Broadway’s Hand To God, the revivals of West Side Story and Ragtime, Mothers And Sons with Tyne Daly and It’s Only A Play with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick.  He is currently represented on Broadway with the musical hit Something Rotten!  HIs production company, LAMS Productions, invested in Avenue Q and In The Heights.  In London’s West End he produced Hand To God, Master Class and Blind Date.  

I really enjoyed working with Edward Barnes. He is spot on. He knows exactly what he wants and is able to get if from you quickly.
— Bradley Reynolds