Bradford Tatum, born March 29, 1965 (1965-03-29) (age 54) in California, USA, is an actor. He has a recurring guest starring role in the first season as "Dandy" Al Haas. He has also appeared in the films In Our Lives (1980), The Stöned Age (1994), Powder (1995), and Standing on Fishes (1999).
He is known for his role as Michael Hubbs in the cult favorite stoner film, The Stöned Age (1994). He also played the bully, John Box in controversial director Victor Salva's Powder (1995). In 1999, Bradford wrote, directed, and starred in the indie film Standing on Fishes. Bradford is married to actress Stacy Haiduk, whom he guest starred with in the seaQuest DSV episode "Nothing But the Truth." In 2006, Tatum released indie film Salt: A Fatal Attraction, which he wrote, produced and starred in. This film also featured his wife, Stacy Haiduk, and daughter, Sophia Tatum.