The Juilliard School
Madison East High
Appeared in the drama "Other People"
Had a recurring role on Amazon series "Transparent"
Co-starred opposite Malin Akerman in ABC sitcom "Trophy Wife"
Landed supporting role in Hollywood period piece "Saving Mr. Banks"
Co-starred in the horror thriller "The Cabin in the Woods"
Co-starred with Colin Hanks on Fox's buddy-cop comedy series "The Good Guys"
Appeared in the British drama "Burn Up" (BBC)
Returned to Broadway to star in "Boeing-Boeing"
Cast opposite Catherine Keener in Tommy O'Haver's "An American Crime"
Re-teamed with "The West Wing" creator Aaron Sorkin for "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (NBC) as television producer-director Danny Tripp
Played America Ferrera's father in the coming-of-age story "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants"
Landed supporting role in the romantic comedy "Kate & Leopold"
Played Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman on the NBC drama series "The West Wing"; penned two episodes in the sixth and seventh season
Appeared on the short-lived ABC sitcom "The Secret Lives of Men"
Had a prominent supporting role in "Red Corner" with Richard Gere and Bai Ling
Played the husband of a pregnant woman on the "Love's Labor's Lost" episode of NBC's "ER"
Appeared on four episodes of the ABC police drama "NYPD Blue"
Cast on the short-lived NBC series "Black Tie Affair"
Played Al Pacino's brother-in-law in "Scent of a Woman"
Made Broadway debut succeeding Tom Hulce in "A Few Good Men"
Portrayed Jack Ford in "The Betty Ford Story" (ABC)
Made feature acting debut, playing the lead role in "Doorman"
Starred in the NBC TV-movie "C.A.T. Squad"
Not to be confused with Brad Whitford who performs with the rock band Aerosmith.
Was roommates at Wesleyan University with future castmate Richard Schiff.
Was a member of Group 14 at Julliard School's Drama Division with actor Thomas Gibson.
Has been vocal about his political stance as a financial liberal on forums like "Real Time with Bill Maher," and "The Majority Report" on Air America.