Wikia Bates Motel
Bradley Martin
Bradley Martin
Acteur: Nicola Peltz
Première Apparition: La Veuve Noire (First You Dream, Then You Die)
Dernière Apparition: L'Ombre d'un doute (Shadow of a Doubt)
Naissance: 1996
Age: 17
Statut: Décédée
Habitation: White Pine Bay, Oregon
Profession: Lycéenne (White Pine Bay High School)
Famille: Jerry Martin (père; décédé)
Amelia Martin (mère)
Proches: Norman Bates (couché avec)
Richard Slymore (petit ami)
Hayden (amie)
Jenna (amie)
Kennedy (amie)
Lissa (amie)

Bradley Martin est une jeune fille de 17 ans populaire, belle et aisée qui se lie d'amitié avec Norman Bates d'abord par gentillesse, puis finalement se retrouve liée à lui bien davantage au fil des évènements.


Season 1[]

Out of kindness, Bradley befriended Norman Bates when he moved to White Pine Bay with his mother, Norma Bates. Bradley invited Norman to a party, where they flirted with each other until Bradley's boyfriend Richard Slymore interrupted. (First You Dream, Then You Die)

Bradley's father, Jerry Martin, died in front of her and her friends; his car crashed, and his body was badly burnt. (Nice Town You Picked, Norma...)

Bradley heavily mourned her father's death, and Norman supported and consoled her. She contacted him one night, and after Dylan's insistance, Norman asked to come over. Bradley told him to come over right away, and they ended up sleeping together. (Trust Me)


Norman later went to Bradley's house again. This time, however, she told him that she didn't feel "that way" about him and that they were not a couple. Norman angrily stormed off, but she went after him and comforted him with a hug (possibly preventing him from blacking out and killing her). (The Man in Number 9)

Bradley was upset when "rumors" about her and Norman sleeping together spread at school; the source was Emma Decody. Bradley confronted Norman about this, and he, in turn, confronted Emma. She apoligized and explained that she had only been trying to protect Norman's feelings. (A Boy and His Dog)

Bradley approached Norman's older brother, Dylan Massett, who had replaced her father at work. She convinced Dylan to help her retrieve some items from her father's former office, and in doing so, they were nearly shot by Dylan's partner, Remo. Upon discovering love letters exchanged between her father and someone known as "B" (implying her father had an affair), Bradley broke down in tears. (Underwater)

The next day, Dylan and Bradley bond over their experience of retrieving her father's items and nearly getting shot. Norman overhears them, angering him. That night, Bradley goes to the winter formal with her boyfriend, Richard Slymore, who eventually punches Norman after he continuously eyed Bradley. (Midnight)

Season 2[]


Bradley attempted suicide and was subsequently placed into a mental hospital for four months. Upon being released, she learned that Blaire Watson was the mysterious "B" and that Gil Turner might have been the one who killed her father. Bradley showed up at Gil's house one night, seemingly trying to get information about her father, but ended up shooting Gil in the head and killing him. Panicked, Bradley went to Norman's house, asking for his help. (Gone But Not Forgotten)

Norman hid Bradley in the basement of his house, unbeknownst to Norma and Dylan. Norman, unaware of the details of Bradley's predicament, questioned her as to why she needed his help. Bradley resisted his questions at first, but soon confessed to murdering Gil. Norman planned to help Bradley leave town and start a new life elsewhere; however, he was stuck at a musical audition with Norma when the time came for Bradley to leave. Thinking quickly, Norman contacted Dylan and asked him to help Bradley. Honoring Norman's request, Dylan picked her up and encouraged Bradley to write a suicide note in order to successfully cover her tracks. Agreeing, Bradley wrote the suicide note and boarded a bus to Boston. Later, Dylan gave Norman her thank you note which simply stated that he was the best person she had ever known. (Shadow of a Doubt)


  • Gil Turner: Tué par balle dans la tete avec le pistolet de Jerry Martin. (dans Obsession)