Brad William Henke spent the early part of his screen acting career dabbling in nearly every genre, snagging bit roles in family fare such as the zany basketball comedy "Space Jam," and popular dramas, including "ER." As his resume grew, so did the size of his roles: Henke led the 2001 drama series "Going to California" opposite "True Blood"'s Sam Trammell and landed a large role in the indie dramedy "Me and You and Everyone We Know." Along with the significant part of Tony Tucci in the first season of Showtime's "Dexter," he has performed several recurring roles on TV, including Bram on "Lost" and Coover Bennett on FX's "Justified."
Cast (Feature Film)
Made his feature debut in "Mr. Wrong"
Made his TV debut on an episode of "Chicago Hope" (CBS)
Had a bit role in "The Thirteenth Floor"
Played the recurring role of wrestler Thor in "Nikki" (WB)
Co-starred with Sam Trammell in the Showtime series "Going to California"
Cast in "North Country," a fictionalized account of the first major successful sexual harassment case in the United States
Cast in the thriller, "Zodiac" opposite Justin Chambers and Rory Culkin
Played Maggie Gyllenhaal's brother in the drama, "Sherrybaby"
Appeared in four episodes of the Showtime series, "Dexter"
Cast on the short-lived ABC series "October Road"
Cast opposite Sam Rockwell in the film "Choke," based on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk