Brad's favorites include the movie Field of Dreams, the book 'Ferdinand the Bull' the song 'What a Wonderful World.'
Brad shared a home with Wes Bentley.
Before moving to Los Angeles to pursue acting and writing, Brad worked as a finance manager for political campaigns in Washington D.C.
Brad graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Economics.
Brad married Lisa Fiori on September 18, 1999. They are currently still married.
Brad is 6' tall.
Brad Rowe: (on when he became an actor) I moved to L.A. about three and a half years ago, and I was working at United Talent Agency, working in the script library and in the mail room, and they helped me out. I was taking acting classes and they started sending me out on auditions, which I was absolutely miserable at, at first. But eventually I got the hang of it.
Brad Rowe: (on his first paid acting job) Oh, God. I did an Internet sci-fi adventure show called Eon 4. I played a galaxy-jumping cultural anthropologist...with an edge.
Brad Rowe: (on if he gets tired of getting comparisons to Brad Pitt) Actually, it's usually Tom Arnold. Yeah, I get that quite often. It's cool. He's a great actor and I'd like to follow in his footsteps of success.
Brad Rowe: I'm working on a couple of different stories: a romantic drama set in Spain; a psychological thriller that we want to shoot in Montana; and a treasure-hunting murder mystery set down in Galveston, Texas.
Brad Rowe: (on who he would love to work with) Tommy O'Haver! Again.
Brad Rowe: I've got a modern-day western called "The Regulator" that Icon Films--Mel Gibson's company--is producing. We should start shooting in Calgary pretty soon. I'm the lead good guy. I have to rope cattle. It's not very fun.