Brad Hills has been an actor for 20years and his work spans Australia, New Zealand and the USA.
As a theater actor Brad has performed in such plays as Dancing At Lughnasa, The Herbal Bed, Our Country’s Good, The Glass Menagerie,
The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Twits, The Full Monty, The Eight: Reindeer Monologues and Neil Simon's Chapter Two and he is currently an active member of The Alliance Repertory Theater in Los Angeles.
During this period Brad has also sustained a successful TV Hosting career as a reporter for the Logie Winning Agro’s Cartoon Connection, The Disney Channel's Cartoon Blitz and Channel 9’s children’s science show Y?. He hosted the red carpet opening of Fox Studios Australia before relocating to NZ where he hosted Sky Scene (SKY TV’s half hour, weekly entertainment show which ran 24hours a day on the Network) and Ghost Hunt (which plays worldwide on Zone Reality). He also appeared in tv ad campaigns for McDonalds, Sealord and Westpac as well as roles in Shortland Street and the feature film Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America for Sony Pictures, USA.
Now based in Los Angeles, Brad is continuing to work consistently. His alter ego Dr T. Ennis was the face of Tennisset.com in a national commercial campaign which won 3gold and 3silver awards at the Kansas Addy Awards. Brad filmed Nate Ruegger's short film Another Life which enjoyed a successful festival run (including winning the award for Best Original Dramatic Short at the Houstin International Film Fest) and has had lead roles in a number of other short films - Where Are The Angels?, Thieves, All Is Fair, The Spinners, Sex Offenders, Eden's Embrace and Edgewood Drive (for which he was nominated for Best Actor in a short film at the Angeleno Film Fest.
In 2015 Brad released his feature film, Excess Baggage, which he wrote, produced, directed and acted in - details of which can be found at www.excessbaggagethefilm.com.