George Bradshaw

George Bradshaw made his film debut in the 2010 religious drama "The Grace Card," in which he played the small role of Ken Newman. Filmed in Memphis for $200,000 with the backing of a local church, "The Grace Card" was ... Read more »

Filmography

Writer (4)

How to Steal a Million 1966 (Movie)

(From Story)

The Bad and the Beautiful 1951 (Movie)

("Tribute to a Bad Man") (Source Material (from novel))

Second Fiddle 1938 (Movie)

(From Story)

The Lady and the Mob (Movie)

(Short Story Author)

Biography

George Bradshaw made his film debut in the 2010 religious drama "The Grace Card," in which he played the small role of Ken Newman. Filmed in Memphis for $200,000 with the backing of a local church, "The Grace Card" was directed by a local pastor and optometrist named David G. Evans. Made for the church-going audience of the American south and midwest, the film co-starred 1980s film icon Louis Gossett, Jr.

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