At NYU, Bradford spent a summer theater program in a house full of 30 people.
Bradford is left handed.
Bradford is a part of ABC Daytime's CD "A Love Affair".
Bradford appeared at the ABC Super Soap Weekend at Disney World in November 2007.
Bradford's image was added to the opening credits of General Hospital on July 6, 2007.
Bradford appeared in a Dunkin Donuts commercial selling the Sobe Coolatta.
Bradford is a Boston Red Sox fan.
Bradford won a "Sudzie" for Best Young Actor in a dramatic series for General Hospital from Soaps.com.
Bradford cites Johnny Depp, Gary Oldman, Don Knotts and Justin Long as his acting influences.
Bradford won the "10 Degrees Hotter" Award for the best feature film at the Valley Film Festival for Carts.
Bradford had his very first fan event on July 13, 2007 at the Sportsmen's Lodge Event Center in Studio City, CA.
Bradford once worked as an elf at FAO Schwartz in New York.
Bradford attended NYU with fellow "Veronica Mars" castmate, Kristen Bell. He used to house sit for Kristen when she was away.
During his time with the Philadelphia Theater Company, he earned a Philly Award for Best Supporting Actor as Billly in Edward Albee's "The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?"
Bradford changed his professional name to Bradford because there was already a Brad Anderson registered with the Actor's Equity Union.
Bradford appears in "American Pie: Beta House", 2008's direct to DVD installment in the comedy series "American Pie".
Bradford's "General Hospital" alter ego was originally named "Damo". The first day on set, Bradford saw the call sheet and didn't see his name and thought that the producers had changed their mind about him.
Bradford graduated high school in 1998 and was voted "Best Singer", "Most Dramatic", and "Most Likely to Succeed".
Bradford starred in "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" while a junior at Inter-Lakes High School.
Bradford was named Soap Opera Weekly's performer of the week for the week of April, 23, 2007.
Bradford's first acting experience was when he was 6, starring as Tiny Tim in a professional production by the Lanconia Street Car Company of "A Christmas Carol".
Bradford has a sister named Jennifer.
Anderson started acting at age 6.
The role of Spinelli was described to Bradford is a cross between Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High and actor Seth Green.
Bradford is the son of Bill Anderson and Noni Smith.
Bradford is a native of Meredith, New Hampshire.
Bradford: I was in theater as a kid. It was just something I did and I never thought it would be a career.
Bradford: I have always played quirky. I am definitely quirky, and I accept that.