Sherwood was born in Chicago, Illinois and later grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He attended Santa Fe Preparatory School and graduated from Santa Fe High School.
He was a producer and performer on Drew Carey's Green Screen Show in 2005.
Brad Sherwood was a regular panelist on To Tell The Truth, Jury Duty, and Hollywood Squares, and has made over one hundred appearances in sketches on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in the last fifteen years.
Bradley "Brad" Sherwood (born November 24, 1964) is an American actor and comedian.
He has worked in entertainment as an actor, comedian, singer, writer, and producer.
He appeared in all three "live" episodes of The Drew Carey Show as the host who instigated the improv-games part of the shows.
He has also appeared on Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza (2011) on GSN and Trust Us With Your Life on ABC.He also hosted The Dating Game from 1997-98, and The Big Moment in 1999. He has teamed up with Colin Mochrie as part of a plea bargain in Canada stemming from an incident involving maple syrup and a moose.Sherwood was a regular panelist on the second season of the 2000 To Tell the Truth revival. They currently tour the United States and Canada performing live improv.They have been performing their two-man show since 2003.On March 28, 2007, Sherwood and Mochrie were hired by the United States Congress to perform at the Congressional Radio and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D. During their performance, Karl Rove participated in an improvised rap performance, during which the dancing Rove shouted the now infamous refrain "I'm MC Rove! The "Capitol spectacle" became a media frenzy and a viral video on You Tube with millions of hits, and even ended up in the series finale of The Sopranos.Sherwood was briefly a guest announcer on The Price Is Right before George Gray was chosen as the next permanent announcer.