Brad Maule practicing his craft as Dr. Tony Jones on General Hospital.
Two-time Emmy Award-nominee Brad Maule grew up on a farm in rural west Texas. He graduated from Stephen F. Austin College cum laude with a B.F.A. in theater and English.
Upon graduation, he headed out for Los Angeles to pursue his show business dreams. Brad got his first taste of fame touring the country with, The Serendipity Singers. He went on to backup such artists as Bobby Gentry, Jim Nabors, and Don Ho. A singer/songwriter, Brad also released three solo country albums, Living It Up, Chameleon, and Miles and Miles of Texas.
Brad is best known for his long-running role as Dr. Tony Jones on the television serial, General Hospital, a role he played from 1984 to 2006, and his three years as Ashlee Simpson's father, George, on the WB network's 7th Heaven. His other television credits include guest starring roles in The White Shadow, Three's Company, Too Close for Comfort, Charlie's Angels, and the ABC miniseries, Malibu.
Brad has also been a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin, John Davidson, Sally Jesse Raphael, Phil Donohue, Montel Williams, Regis and Kathy Lee, Ralph Emory, Nashville Now, Crook and Chase, ABC's The Home Show, The Match Game, The Family Feud, and many, many other talk and game shows.
Maule's theatre credits include starring in Billy Barnes' musical revue, Movie Star, at the Westwood Playhouse (now the Geffen Theatre) in Los Angeles. He performed the role of Hamlet in the Los Angeles production of Somethin's Rockin' in Denmark. He also won the Drama-Logue Award for the Los Angeles premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Marry Me A Little.
Brad is currently a lecturer for the film program at Stephen F. Austin State University. From 2009 to 2016, he hosted his own talk show, Maule in the Morning, on KSFA talk radio. Brad is the father of 2 grown children, Lily and Hunter.
A more recent photo of Brad Maule.