Best known for his roles on film and television (The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Billy Madison, A Few Good Men), Emmy Award-winning actor Bradley Whitford is one of the most charitably minded individuals in Hollywood.  Whitford is a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet and a public supporter of America’s Second Harvest, The Art of Elysium, World Education, and Heifer International.  In 2002, alongside his wife Jane Kaczmarek, Whitford founded The Clothes Off Our Back Foundation, which supports children’s charities including The Children’s Defense Fund, Cure Autism Now, and UNICEF’s aid to Darfur.  The Clothes Off Our Back Foundation has raised more than $2 million to date.

Whitford’s involvement with Alliance for Justice began in 2004 with his narration of the Alliance for Justice film Just One Vote.  He went on to host our 2006 First Monday film, Quiet Revolution, as well as our current First Monday Film, Supreme Injustices.

Whitford’s involvement with Alliance for Justice began in 2004 with his narration of the Alliance for Justice film Just One Vote.  He went on to host our 2006 First Monday film, Quiet Revolution, as well as our current First Monday Film, Supreme Injustices.