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Brad Beyer

Brad Beyer
Beyer on the set of Jericho
Born (1973-09-20) September 20, 1973
Waukesha, Wisconsin, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996–present

Brad Beyer (b. September 20, 1973) is an American actor. He is most known for his role in the CBS series Jericho, playing Stanley Richmond.


  • Early and personal life 1
  • Career 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Early and personal life

Beyer was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He attended the University of Minnesota.[1] Beyer currently resides in Los Angeles.[1]


Beyer at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con International

Beyer was cast on the pilot of ABC's Roman's Empire opposite Kelsey Grammer. The pilot did not move forward but it did help Beyer to be cast in his next role on GCB, playing Zack Peacham.

His film roles include the comedies Mr. Woodcock, Sorority Boys, Trick, The General's Daughter, and Crazy in Alabama. Beyer had a role in the 2013 movie 42 as Major League Baseball player Kirby Higbe.

Theatrical roles include The Chili Queen, Lighting Up the Two Year Old (for The Actors Studio), and Wonderland (at The American Place Theatre).

Beyer played an recurring role on NBC’s Third Watch. He has appeared on Sex and The City, Lie To Me, NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds, CSI: Miami, Law & Order, and Law & Order: SVU. Beyer starred as Don Meredith in the TNT original telefilm, Monday Night Mayhem. In 2012, Beyer was featured in a two-part episode of NCIS.[2] His character was a war veteran suffering from PTSD who helps foil a domestic terror plot.


Year Title Role Notes
1996 Law & Order Jack Miniver TV series (1 episode: "Girlfriends")
1996 Circus Lives
1997 Cop Land Young Cop
1998 *69 Short
1998 Enough Already John
1999 Trick Rich
1999 The General's Daughter Capt. Bransford
1999 Crazy in Alabama Jack
1999 Game Day Dave
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Dennis Caufield TV series (1 episode: "Hysteria")
2000 Sex and the City Arthur TV series (1 episode: "Where There's Smoke...")
2001 Way Off Broadway Darrin
2001 Twelve Zach Taylor (voice)
2002 Monday Night Mayhem Don Meredith TV film
2002 The Perfect You Chad
2002 Sorority Boys Spence
2001–2002 Third Watch Sgt. Jason Christopher TV series (8 episodes)
2002 Hack Daren Adams TV series (1 episode: "Domestic Disturbance")
2004 CSI: Miami Doug Sawyer TV series (1 episode: "Witness to Murder")
2006 E-Ring Damon TV series (2 episodes)
2007 Reign of the Gargoyles Porter TV film
2007 Murder 101: If Wishes Were Horses Jake Brawley TV film
2007 Mr. Woodcock Jay Elms - Dumb Jock
2006–2008 Jericho Stanley Richmond TV series (26 episodes)
2008 Criminal Minds Detective Steve Berry TV series (1 episode: "The Crossing")
2008 Without a Trace Kevin Weaver TV series (1 episode: "Cloudy with a Chance of Gettysburg")
2009 Lie to Me Lieutenant Tom Clayton TV series (1 episode: "Unchained")
2010 Backyard Wedding Keith Tyler TV film
2010 CSI: NY Jay Carver / Parker TV series (1 episode: "Justified")
2011 NCIS: Los Angeles LAPD Detective Jeff Versey TV series (1 episode: "Personal")
2012 The Mentalist Ranger Sam Franklin TV series (1 episode: "Cheap Burgundy")
2012 GCB Zach Peacham TV series (10 episodes)
2012 Common Law Detective Brady Gooden TV series (1 episode: "Pilot")
2012 NCIS Marine Captain Joe Westcott TV series (2 episodes)
2013 42 Kirby Higbe
2013 The Glades Ryan Baker TV series (1 episode: "Yankee Dan")
2013 Royal Pains Don O'Shea TV series (5 episodes)
2013 Ironside Chris Ellis TV series (1 episode: "Sleeping Dogs")
2014 Perception Mordecai 'Three Finger' Brown TV series (1 episode: "Curveball")
2014 Extant Harmon Kryger TV series (8 episodes)


  1. ^ a b Andy Tarnoff (10 May 2007). "Milwaukee Talks: "Jericho's" Brad Beyer". On Milwaukee. Retrieved 1 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Note: (season 10, episodes 6-7)

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