Gerard Bradford is a producer for NBC’s "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." As a writer for Fallon since the launch of "Late Night" in 2009, he along with Mike DiCenzo became co-Supervising Writers when Fallon brought "The Tonight Show" back to New York in 2014. Most notably, he and DiCenzo co-wrote the "Tight Pants" sketch and the most recent "Slow Jam The News" featuring President Barack Obama.
Bradford also lent his music writing abilities to Fallon’s first comedy album "The Bathroom Wall," and, along with DiCenzo, "Blow Your Pants Off," for which they won a Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album. He’s also closely working with Fallon on the upcoming Universal Studios Florida attraction "Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon," set to open in spring 2017. Bradford and DiCenzo were nominated for a Prime Time Emmy Award in the Outstanding Writing – Variety Series category in 2011 ("Late Night") and 2014 ("Tonight Show").