David Bradley (American actor)
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David Bradley (born Bradley Simpson in Texas, October 2, 1953) is an American actor and martial artist, known for starring in numerous low-budget action movies beginning in the late 1980s. His best-known films are the American Ninja sequels.
October 2, 1953
|Years active||1989 – present|
Bradley is known for his role as Sean Davidson in American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt and American Ninja 4: The Annihilation. He also stars in a separate film titled, American Ninja V, as Joe Kastle, which is not technically a sequel to the previous American Ninja films, but a different movie altogether. Previous to making films, Bradley worked as care salesman on Wilshire Boulevard. He attended the screening of American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt in Los Angeles, and director Cedric Sundstrom claimed that he in Bradley found a good balance between vulnerability and physical aspects. According to Sundstrom, Bradley always resented the fact that his character got rescued by Michael Dudikoff's character in the film American Ninja 4: The Annihilation.
|1997||Total Reality||Anthony Rand|
|Expect to Die||Dr. Vincent MacIntyre|
|Crisis||Alex||aka Dead End|
|1996||White Cargo||Joe Hargatay|
|Exit||Charles||aka Strip To Kill; Direct-to-video|
|1995||Cyborg Cop II||Jack Ryan||aka Cyborg Soldier|
|Hard Justice||Nick Adams||Direct-to-video|
|1994||Blood Run||Brad Kingsbury||aka Outside the Law (USA)|
|Blood Warriors||Wes Healey||TV movie|
|American Ninja V||Joe Kastle||aka American Ninja 5 (USA)|
|1992||American Samurai||Andrew 'Drew' Collins||aka Ninja: American Samurai (USA)|
|1990||American Ninja 4: The Annihilation||Sean Davidson|
|1989||American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt||Sean Davidson||aka The American Ninja|
|Murder, She Wrote||Adam Perry||TV series ("Trevor Hudson's Legacy")|
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