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Creed Bratton (born William Charles Schneider) is a musician and actor who has honed his skills traveling across the globe in pursuit of excellence. As a member of The Grass Roots, his group enjoyed heavy airplay on the radio in the late 60’s. He toured throughout the United States with a highly successful rock group that sold millions of records worldwide. Creed is also an actor who has fined tuned his skills and knowledge through his global exposure. He appears frequently as a cast member on a hit TV show and plays other roles in movies and television. He usually plays hostile dangerous types with an edge, although his comedic talents are now recognized.
In 2001, Creed released two albums of his solo work called Chasin’ The Ball and The 80’s. In 2002, he released one more album of his songwriting called Coarsegold. This large body of recording represents over thirty years of creativity. The songs reflect his base in folk music, his bridge to rock & roll with elements of jazz and country music infused. In 2004, he has enjoyed resurgence into acting by guest appearances on The Bernie Mac Show on Fox and the award winning The Office on NBC as a cast member.
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