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Eric Bradley Biography

Eric Bradley

Eric Bradley grew up in Harwinton, Connecticut where from a very young age he realized his love of entertaining people. If you were a classmate of his at Lewis S. Mills High School you would have seen him playing trumpet, piano, or singing in any number of local productions. From there it was all the way to Florida where he attended the University of Miami to study Music and Film Production. He sang at Disney World during the summer and after graduation he was off to Chicago to begin touring with the a cappella group Blind Man's Bluff. After coming off the road he sharpened his improv skills at the Second City Conservatory and then it was off to Los Angeles. Shortly after arriving in LA he hooked up with a vocal group called Sixth Wave who went on to win the National Harmony Sweepstakes in 2001.
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He then began singing on films such as X2 (2003), The Polar Express (2004), and King Kong (2005) as well as working with composers John Williams, David Foster, and Danny Elfman. After singing backup for Barbra Streisand he got the nod to be one of three singers to join his childhood idol Dick Van Dyke in a new group called the "Vantastix" who have made several appearances around Los Angeles and on television. Eric can be seen on-camera in The Break-Up (2006) as a "Tone Ranger".