Brad Savage began working in the entertainment business at the age of 2. As a child actor, his credits include 7 features, 2 TV series, 7 pilots, numerous TV movies and “guest shots”, lots of theatre and over 150 commercials. Some early highlights:

“Red Dawn” / Film (Directed by John Milius)
“On Golden Pond” / Stage (Ahmanson Theater)
“The Tony Randall Show” / TV (Regular / 2 Seasons)
“Del Monte” / Commercial (Directed by Francis Coppola)

He then attended CSUN and was the lead singer for the band “Fashion Risque.” Later, Savage played bass and sang for the power rock trio “Big Boy Combo” with Scott Taylor (Velouria) and Greg Grunberg.

In the late 1980’s Brad began working in early reality TV (a.k.a. – Game Shows). He was a contestant coordinator on “The Dating Game” and “All New Newlywed Game”; he went on to coordinate production on various pilots and presentations. He also wrote segments, questions and gags for several reality projects.

Later he segued into scripted productions on the show “Alf”. He then supervised post production for the series “Working Girl”, and was an assistant film editor on several MOW’s for Patchett Kaufman Entertainment.

In early 1992 Brad began a career in motion picture advertising as a trailer editor for Universal Studios. He worked on many successful campaigns, including the trailer and TV spots for “Babe” which won him a “Best in Show” Key Art Award. He then cut for Creative Domain before starting his own company, Flashframe Productions, Inc.

For the next seven years, as the co-owner of Flashframe, Brad was responsible for writing, producing and editing marketing materials for Motion Picture advertising campaigns. He also produced main title sequences for films and television shows, also producing/directing special shoots and supervising all aspects of various projects, from creative pitches to finishing and delivering of final presentations. Clients included DreamWorks, Universal, Warner Bros., and many others. Brad then produced for BLT for 2 years, before returning to Universal Studios marketing as Vice President of Theatrical Creative in the Worldwide Creative Operations Department.

In 2009, Brad expanded his focus from movie advertising to original programming and production. He started Bandwagon Media with longtime friend Greg Grunberg. Together, they develop and produce features, scripted and unscripted television, as well as digital content and commercials.

Brad also plays bass guitar and sings with “Band From TV”, a celebrity cover band that has raised millions of dollars for charities – his bandmates include Greg Grunberg (“Heroes Reborn”), Jesse Spencer (“Chicago Fire”), Scott Grimes (“American Dad”), James Denton (“Desperate Housewives”), and many others.