Who is Brad Hoss?

Brad Hoss was born Bradley Jason Boehlefeld on 22 January 1982 under the zodiac sign of Aquarius, in Mentor, Ohio USA. He is a 40-year-old actor, cinematographer, and marketing director, but is probably best recognized for being the husband of the famous actress Stephanie Beatriz.

How rich is he, as of now? Brad Hoss Net Worth

As of early 2022, Brad Hoss’ net worth is estimated at over $1 million; earned through his successful involvement in the entertainment industry. In addition, his wife Stephanie has a net worth estimated at over $2 million, earned through the same industry.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Brad Hoss spent his early years in his hometown of Mentor, where he was raised with his younger sister named Ashley Nicole Ryon, by their father Greg Boehlefeld, who was a real estate broker, and mother Debra Boehlefeld, who also worked as a real estate mentor. He holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding his education, he attended California State University, Northridge, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies in 2006.

Acting Career

Brad Hoss started his acting career in 1994 when he made his debut appearance in a small role in the family comedy film “My Summer Story”, which was directed by Bob Clark. Three years later, he played a schoolboy in the coming-of-age drama film “Telling Lies In America”, after which he took the role of a raver in the 2002 drama film “A Midsummer Night’s Rave”. It was followed by his portrayals of a hipster guy in the 2010 short drama film “See You On The Other Side”, and a bar dude in the 2011 horror film “Hyenas”, written and directed by Eric Weston. Most recently, he worked as a cinematographer on the short comedy film “The Joy Of Painting From Home With Stephanie Beatriz” in 2020.

Career in Marketing

Apart from his career in the film industry, Brad Hoss began pursuing a career in marketing in June 2010, when he landed a job as a marketing director at Key Club in West Hollywood. After working there for two years, he left the job to focus on his career as a social media director, working from 2011 to 2019 for ten different companies, such as The Majestic Ventura Theater, Black Market Liquor Bar, Sawyer Silver Lake, and Better Booch, to name a few. He also worked in the position of a cultural ambassador for Little West from 2013 to 2019. In 2019, he joined Super Evil Genius Corp, in which he has since been working as a marketing director.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Brad Hoss has short light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft 2ins (1.88m), while his weight isn’t disclose, nor information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size.

Personal Life

Brad Hoss and Stephanie Beatriz announced their engagement in October 2017, and they exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 6 October of the following year. The couple welcomed a daughter they named Rosaline in August 2021. The family currently resides in Sherman Oaks, California.

Who is his wife? Stephanie Beatriz Short Wiki/Bio

Stephanie Beatriz Bischoff Alvizuri was born on 10 February 1981 under the zodiac sign of Aquarius, in Neuquén, Argentina. She was raised alongside her young sister by a Colombian father and a Bolivian mother. At the age of two, she relocated with her family to the United States, and settled in Webster, Texas, where she went to Clear Brook High School in Harris County. She developed her love for acting after taking speech and debate as an elective, which led her to perform in various plays. Upon matriculation, she enrolled into the all-women’s Stephen College in Missouri, from which she obtained her degree in 2002.

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Rise to Stardom and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”

Right after graduation, Stephanie Beatriz moved to New York City, where she eventually launched her professional career in 2009, making her debut TV appearance as Camilla Santiago in an episode of the TNT police procedural series “The Closer”. Her film debut came in 2013, when she played Jessica in the critically acclaimed independent drama “Short Term 12”, which was written and directed by Destin Daniel Cretton. Her most prominent role to date came later that year, when she joined the main cast of the Fox/NBC police procedural comedy series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, in which she starred as Rosa Diaz until it was ended after eight seasons in 2021. The series was created by Michael Schur and Dan Goor, was acclaimed by critics, and also starred such actors as Andy Samberg, Terry Crews, and Melissa Fumero. Stephanie also directed the episode entitled “He Said, She Said”.

Further Work

While working on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”, Stephanie continued to work on other projects – in 2014, she played Jill in the drama “You’re Not You”, next to Hilary Swank, which was followed by her portrayal of Freckles in the adventure comedy film “Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday”, which was released on Netflix, and her voice-over of Gertie in the animated adventure comedy film “Ice Age: Collision Course”, both in 2016.

The next year, she featured as Bonnie in Jessica M. Thompson’s drama “The Light Of The Moon”, for which she also served as an executive producer, and in the same year voiced Sheriff Luke and Captain Banjo in the Amazon Video animated series “Danger & Eggs”. From 2017 to 2021, she provided her voice to Chloe Barbash and two other characters in the Fox animated sitcom “Bob’s Burgers”.

She then had the part of Candy in the comedy film “Half Magic” (2018), directed by Heather Graham, and did the voice-over of Gina Cazador in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning Netflix adult animated comedy-drama series “BoJack Horseman” (2018-2019).

Recent and Upcoming Projects

In 2019, Stephanie provided her voice to General Sweet Mayhem in the animated adventure comedy film “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” and voiced Beth in the Facebook Watch animated adventure series “Human Discoveries”. It was followed by her voice-overs of Callista, Nemue, and Deya The Deliverer, in the Daytime Emmy Award-nominated Netflix animated fantasy miniseries “Wizards: Tales Of Arcadia”, and Ixlan in the Disney Channel animated fantasy-comedy series “Elena Of Avalor”, both in 2020.

The next year, she voiced such characters as Gloria in the TZGZ adult animated comedy series “Devil May Care”, Tiff in the Netflix animated sci-fi series “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous”, and Mirabel Madrigal in the Golden Globe Award-winning Disney animated musical comedy film “Encanto”. Also in 2021, she did the voice-overs of Mira Popadopolous in the Netflix adult animated comedy series “Q-Force” and Chimi in the Netflix animated fantasy miniseries “Maya And The Three”. Most recently, she was cast as Lady Kima in the Amazon Prime Video adult animated fantasy series “The Legend Of Vox Machina” in 2022.

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