Former White Home Press Secretary and Helper to Leader Ronald Reagan who was simply shot in the top through the 1981 assassination attempt on Reagan by John Hinckley Jr. He was still left partially paralyzed because of this and became a solid proponent of gun control for the others of his profession. In 1982, he graduated from McKendree University, Illinois, with a health care provider of laws and regulations. The Press Briefing Area in the Light House is known as after him. He wedded Sarah Brady in 1973. He provides two kids called Melissa Brady and Adam Scott Brady Jr. HBO produced a film about his recovery following the capturing entitled UNEXPECTEDLY: The Adam Brady Tale. He was performed by Beau Bridges in the film.