January 13, 1976
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
|Occupation||Film, television actor, singer/songwriter|
Brad Hawkins (born January 13, 1976) is an American film actor, television actor, a country singer, and martial artist, best known for playing Ryan Steele in Saban's action adventure science fantasy series VR Troopers (1994–1996, and with 92 total episode appearances). He also did the (uncredited) voice of Trey of Triforia, the Gold Ranger in Power Rangers Zeo. In 1999 he starred as Tyler Hart in the CBS miniseries Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story, filmed in Charlotte and Mooresville, NC. Before becoming an actor, he attended and graduated from Plano Senior High School in Plano, Texas. He was a country music singer for 3 years in the "country music capital", Nashville, Tennessee. His country song "We Lose" became a No. 1 video hit on Country Music Television and Great American Country country music television channels. He starred in the Slasher film Shredder in 2003. His most recent acting role was as a motion capture actor for id Software's Doom 4.1 He also works as a voice actor, often with Funimation Entertainment with roles in D.Gray Man and Dragonaut: The Resonance.
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- Attack on Titan (English dub) - Corporal Levi
- A Certain Scientific Railgun - Wataru Kurozuma
- Blassreiter - Igor
- D.Gray-man - Tyki Mikk
- Dragonaut: The Resonance - Howlingstar
- Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Yakolev
- Future Diary - Marco Ikusaba (7th)
- Trigun: Badlands Rumble - Nicholas D. Wolfwood
- VR Troopers - Ryan Steele
- Prison Break - Tough Guy No. 2, Cop No. 2
- Charmed - Vassen
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Tough Guy No. 2, Cop No. 2; Justin Mack (Season 4 Episode 'Turn of the Screws'
- The Good Guys - TV Stark
- Chase - SOG Marshall Barnes
- Wire in the Blood - Darius Grady
- Boyhood - Jim
- Power Rangers Zeo - Trey of Triforia/Gold Ranger
- Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley - Brad (vocals)
- Mahmood Ali (2009-02-09). "The Doom 4 mo-cap interview: First production shots revealed!". GGL.com. Retrieved 2009-02-11.
- Brad Hawkins at the Internet Movie Database
- Brad Hawkins Official Web Site
- Brad Hawkins at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia
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