Brady possesses the crisp diction of a highly-trained actor, but he can also project and sing like the seasoned theatrical veteran that he is. And Brady has put those pipes to use. So while you might not see him around, if you listen closely, you just might hear him.
Since getting his first voice credit in 1994 on the video game adaptation of the Nickelodeon game show GUTS, Brady has enjoyed a career as a voiceover artist. He’s portrayed all sorts of people, animals, and other things, like Micron on Batman Beyond, a ferret in Clifford’s Big Movie, a rabbit on Sofia the First, Harold McBride on The Loud House, and various characters on American Dad, Phineas and Ferb, and TripTank.
Because Brady so easily jumps from one entertainment sector to another, he’s also released a couple of albums. His well-titled 2008 debut A Long Time Coming featured a mix of R&B originals Brady co-wrote, along with covers of Sam Cooke’s “A Change is Gonna Come” and the Beatles’ “Can’t Buy Me Love.” His follow-up was much different: a kid’s album for Disney called Radio Wayne. (He took decidedly pro-manners and pro-reading stances on songs like “Say Please” and “Reading Can Be Fun,” respectively.)