Kai Bradbury (born 9 January 1994) is a Canadian actor. He portrays Gerit on Freeform's Motherland: Fort Salem.

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Kai is of Japanese and Scottish descent. He loves painting and drawing, photography, singing and dancing. He grew up speaking Japanese with his mother and spent his 13 years of Elementary and High School in a French Immersion bilingual program. He discovered acting when he was 14 years old and performed in improv shows and over a dozen plays and musicals all over Vancouver. He has been in the Vancouver and Edinburgh International Fringe Festivals and went on to attend Capilano University's Musical Theater Program in North Vancouver, BC. It was there where he met his agent and began working in commercials, print, film, and TV.

He can be seen in The CW special feature film "Warigami." He stars as 'Vincent Ohata' on a mission with his long lost twin sister to rescue their grandfather, find a magic scroll and help save the world. He kicked off his career with Amazon's "The Man in the High Castle" and went on to star in the hit series "Supernatural," Netflix's "Altered Carbon," "The Boys," and AMC's "The Terror: Infamy" - which follows the story of the Japanese-American internment during WWII with a supernatural horror twist on real-life events.

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