Jesse Bradford net worth: Jesse Bradford is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $3 million. Jesse Bradford was born in Norwalk, Connecticut in May 1979. Bradford was Homecoming King and voted greatest looking and favourite performer in high school. He graduated from Columbia University using a film degree. He starred as Chris in the show Men with Children from 2012 to 2013. In 2014 Bradford starred in the TV series Sequestered. Bradford won a Young Hollywood Award for Exciting New Face — Man in 2001. In April 2015 it was declared that he was dating rapper Azealia Banks.
Jesse's paternal grandfather, Curtiss Baldwin Watrouse, was from a family that has lived in New England since the 1600s (they were of English descent, and the surname was originally spelled "Waterhouse"). Jesse's paternal grandmother, Florence Louise Bradford, was from Hackney, London, England.
Is earning a film degree at Columbia University. [July 2002]
Graduated from Columbia University with a degree in film (2002)
Was cast member in Presumed Innocent (1990) as a child with two other future The West Wing (1999) cast members: John Spencer and Bradley Whitford.
Shares his name with two fictional female characters. One played by Lara Flynn Boyle in the 1987 mini-series Amerika (1987), and the other one played by Olivia Hussey in the horror film Black Christmas (1974).
Is an only child.
He is an accomplished guitarist.
Jesse is ambidextrous. His right hand is dominant, but he can use either.
Homecoming king at his high school.
He took French in high school but Spanish in college.
Made his first television appearance as an infant in a Q-tip commercial.
[on Clint Eastwood's directorial efficiency] I heard rumors that he really does two takes, but I had a friend who was going into a Clint Eastwood movie, I wouldn't say he does two takes - I would say he does one. The average is probably two, but the number of times we only did one was overwhelming. It's kind of cool because, as an actor, it forces you to be on your game. With this movie, I learned really quickly to be very clear on what I thought were the most important aspects of the scene and how I wanted those aspects to come off, and then practice how I was going to make sure they did, because if I only got one shot, I didn't want to be the guy who was always asking for another take. I didn't want to waste my bullets in that department.
I love being around kids; they're honest and refreshing, and I love teaching them new things.
Everyone always told me I was fated to be in front of the camera.