- Pelo Talk -Peloton Instructor Bradley Rose Has Starred In TV Shows With Some Absolute Legends
New to the cycle scene is Peloton instructor, Bradley Rose, who debuted his first ride on Thursday, March 25. Not only does Bradley bring years of training experience, a British accent, and really hard resistance numbers to Peloton, but he also brings a career in the entertainment industry (which he briefly mentions in his Premiere Ride, on demand now). So I thought that if Bradley, Pegasus (his bike), and I were going to get to know each other and go on this journey together, I needed to do a little research on the movies and TV shows Peloton's very own Bradley had been featured in.
First and foremost: the Hallmark movie. If you're reading this right now, it is most likely because you heard him say it during his Premiere Ride and your ears perked up. (Same.) So I'll stop wasting your time like a two minute descending recovery and just get right to it.
One Royal Holiday came out on the Hallmark Channel on, naturally, a holiday. If you guessed Christmas, you would be wrong! Halloween 2020. But despite its spooky release date, the movie takes place during Christmastime where a well-meaning woman (Laura Osnes) provides shelter for the crown prince (Aaron Tveit) in her family's inn. Bradley plays Christopher, who works for the royal family and has a romantic journey of his own.
And that's not the only thing you can find Bradley acting in while you're waiting for his rides to stack up. Here's a quick recap of his IMDb:
- Law & Order: SVU, Season 20 episode "Plastic": This is the real deal and not something to take lightly. Working for a royal family is cool, but working alongside the Olivia Benson? We're riding with a legend, fam.
- Queen America, Season 1 episode "Juvenile Diabetes": I'll take your Olivia Benson and raise you five points on resistance with Velma Kelly. (No seriously, check out this photo of Bradley and Catherine Zeta-Jones, courtesy of his Instagram.)
- The Armoire: Bradley is also credited as a producer on this horror short.
- Quantico, Season 2 episodes "ODENVY," "ZRTORCH," and "EPICSHELTER": Count 'em, three episodes in the ABC thriller/drama series as Pip.
- Halo: Helljumper: From 2012, this live-action short film is unofficially apart of the Halo series and was once described as the "live-action Halo series you must see," by Tubefilter. So don't sleep on it, guys.
Now consider this. Halo: Helljumper earned that — if I do say so myself — very positive review with a 22 minutes runtime. If that's the kind of praise Bradley is getting for just over 20 minutes of work, imagine what you'll be saying after a 30 minute HIIT ride.
Welcome to Peloton, Bradley.
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