Brad Leland stars in "Friday Night Lights" on NBC and Direct TV in the recurring role of as devoted football fan, dedicated dad and meddling businessman Buddy Garrity. He also appeared in appeared in the original movie version of "Friday Night Lights" in 2004.

Brad Leland stepped on stage for the first time as a 5-year-old audience volunteer at the Crazy Horse Saloon in Disneyland and hasn't veered far from the footlights ever since.

Born in Lubbock, Texas, he starred in dramas, musicals and comedies throughout high school and college. After graduating with a degree in theatre arts from Texas Tech University, Brad founded an improvisational comedy troupe, performed in dinner theatre and cabaret productions, served as Executive Director of the Lubbock Theatre Centre, and co-founded the Dallas Actors Theatre, where he produced, directed and acted in numerous productions. He continues to produce various shows and events in Texas as owner of Turnkey Productions.

Soon after moving to Dallas, Brad got his first motion picture role in the 1985 Western, "Silverado." What followed over the next two decades were dozens of roles in television shows such as "Dallas," "Walker" and "In the Heat of the Night" and miniseries including "North and South" and "Heaven and Hell." His many movie credits include "Texas Chainsaw Massacre," "Born on the Fourth of July," "The Patriot" and "The Ringer."

The married father of two daughters, Brad enjoys his beautiful family, a good game of golf and sports of all kinds in his spare time.




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Age: 63 years old
Birthday: September 15, 1954
Height: 6' 2"
Full Name / Real Name: Bradley Leland Williams
Birthplace: Lubbock, TX
Wife: Freda Ramsey (3/18/1978, 3 children)


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