Brad Rowe (born May 15, 1970) is an American film and television actor who began his career in movies such as Invisible Temptation and Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss (which launched the career of Sean Hayes). He now works in public policy (specializing in cannabis policy, content production, criminal justice, and violence reduction) and is the chief executive officer of BOTEC Analysis. A University of Wisconsin–Madison graduate, Rowe originally worked as a finance manager for political campaigns in Washington, D.C. before moving to Los Angeles, California, to pursue writing and acting. After finishing his acting career, he returned to grad school and now teaches at Pepperdine University's School of Public Policy and the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. In addition to films, Rowe starred in an episode of the television series Outer Limits, titled "A New Life." In 1998 he was a portraying a recurring character named Walt in the critically acclaimed sitcom NewsRadio. The character was the nephew of the eccentric billionaire Jimmy James boss of the WNYX crew. He was originally intended (but did not go on) to be a regular in the show's 5th season. He also acted in the TV movies Vanished, Lucky 7 and Though None Go with Me, and took part in Tony Zierra's 2009 documentary "My Big Break" which follows the early careers of Rowe, Wes Bentley, Chad Lindberg and Greg Fawcett. It also references Rowe's movie "Shelter." He appeared on "General Hospital" as Murphy Sinclair. He is married to Lisa Fiori and they have one child, a son named Hopper.