Everett Bradley’s television credits, like his music, theater, and film credits, encompass the biggest and the best.
Before his most recent long term stint as musical director/bandleader on the Meredith Vieira Show, Everett appeared on virtually every top show there is with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Hall & Oates, Carly Simon, and Billy Joel.
He has appeared on Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show, Letterman, Ellen, The Today Show, Oprah, Martha Stewart, and Live from Daryl’s House.
He can also be seen on the DVD’s Daryl and John Live at the Troubadour, Chris Botti and Friends, Bon Jovi’s This Left Feels Right, and he can be heard as all of the vocals on the video game Sonic Adventure.
And in addition to all of that, he has been featured in national commercials for Lens Crafters, Pepsi, Verizon, and many more, and his voice can be heard on numerous jingles as well.
On the big screen, Everett can be seen in Maid in Manhattan, Sex in the City 2, and as “the leader of the opposition” in the Oscar-nominated short film, Brooms, produced by Quincy Jones.