It seems as though she was doing mostly theater work and living around Bristol, having appeared in two plays at Bristol's Old Vic in the spring and fall of 2009. E4's groundbreaking hormone-fest wrapped up on August 5, 2013 - with an older Cook (Jack O'Connell) heading off into an uncertain future at the close of 'Rise (Part Two)'.Brad along with his ex-girlfriend Samantha Dorrance owned a home grown record label called Fabric Planet Records.Brad has been recently working on his debut album at LA, from which we have heard already several songs just like "Window", "On My Mind", "One in a Million" and many more.He also loves to write and record his own songs at his home during his free time.It is also known that one of his favorite dishes is fish and chips ever since he was a little boy, especially the way his mom made it, baked instead of fried. Brad has not yet learned how to drive and constantly relies on his friends for a ride - this is known from one of his tweets.E4's Skins, the must-watch show for teens, is back with a brand-new cast. Ask any enthusiast why they like the show and they'll admit that it is almost compulsory to like it.It's still the same glossy fantasy that bears no more than a passing resemblance to reality, but does that really matter, asks Deborah Orr The innocent fan, sitting down next week to the first episode in the third series of E4's teenage comedy drama Skins, is in for a shock. The show's creators always promised that they would take risks. For teenagers today, Skins offers what television used to offer to the entire nation – a communal view-and-discuss experience.
Also, someone on a message board posted a NSFW picture of him that I don't really want to find again.
They may not actually exist, but that doesn't stop the characters in Skins from having their own blogs.
Any young people in Britain who don't already know that this series has an entirely new cast are either scarily highbrow or frighteningly isolated.
At the age of eleven, Brad began a two-year stint in Billy Elliot: the Musical in London, where he played Billy's best friend, Michael.
From 2006 to 2010, Brad recorded three music videos for Disney Channel UK.