Creed Bratton is at The Brudenell on 2 October

Creed Bratton promises a night of lyrics and laughter at the Brudenell Social Club on 2 October, where the eccentric musician and actor will be performing the last show of his UK tour.

With Creed’s stellar acting history, including appearing in all nine seasons of the hit US sitcom “The Office”, this is guaranteed to be one of the best comedy shows coming to Leeds this year.  If you can hold back the tears, you can watch his touching song from the finale of The Office here

For nearly eight years, fans of The Office grew to love Creed as Dunder Mifflin’s quality assurance director who confuses with bizarre statements and forgets the names of his colleagues.

As an established musician through five decades, Creed will also be performing music from all of his albums released throughout the years, including his 2018  “While the Young Punks Dance”, his 7th album.

Born in California to a musical family, he was able to make some money playing guitar as a teenager whilst he attended college to study theatre.  He joined Amercian rock band The Grass Roots, playing lead guitar on their first four albums.  After leaving the band, he released solo albums  Chasin The Ball, The 80’s, Coarsegold, Creed Bratton, Tell Me About It and Bounce Back.

Other TV credits for Creed include “Grace and Frankie”, “Comedy Bang! Bang!”, “Franklin & Bash”, and “Adventure Time with Finn & Jake.”

With any downtime Creed has, he enjoys reading, swimming, hiking, doing yoga, travelling and trout fishing. He’s an active supporter of the charity FirstBook, which has distributed more than 170 million books and educational resources to schools serving children from low-income families in more than 30 countries. He is also a supporter of Lidè, an educational initiative that uses arts and literacy to build resiliency and empower at-risk adolescent girls in rural Haiti.  Creed is also involved with the Alzheimer’s Association.

Photograph provided by Sonic PR.

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