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Bryan Fuller (1969)

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Bryan Fuller is an American screenwriter and television producer.

Fuller graduated from Clarkston High School in Clarkston, Washington in 1987. He attended Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho before transferring to the USC Film School in Los Angeles.


As a contributing writer, Fuller's work has been featured on several shows, including Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, earning twenty-two episode writing credits for the Star Trek franchise. He co-executive-produced and wrote for the first season of the NBC series Heroes. TV Guide named an episode of Heroes which Fuller wrote ("Company Man") one of the 100 greatest in television history.

Fuller is himself a fan of science fiction, and in an interview said that his favorite Star Trek series were the 1960s original, followed by Deep Space Nine, The Next Generation and Voyager. DS9 is his favorite spinoff as "there were lots of new and innovative things going on during Deep Space Nine and that's why it's my favorite of the new series'. It was much more character-based". Fuller worked on the DS9 episodes "The Darkness and the Light" and "Empok Nor".

Fuller has also created several shows. He created the series Dead Like Me and co-created Wonderfalls with Todd Holland. He also wrote the teleplay for the TV adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie, and created the pilot for the animated The Amazing Screw-On Head.

His series Pushing Daisies, about a pie-maker who can bring dead things back to life temporarily, debuted on ABC on October 3, 2007. On July 17, 2008 the show was nominated for twelve Emmy awards from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, including one for Fuller for Outstanding Writing of a Comedy Series. It ultimately won seven Emmy awards: for Best Supporting Actress , Best Art Direction, Best Costume, Best Music, Best Make-Up, Best Editing, and Best Direction of a Comedy Series . The second season of Pushing Daisies began October 1, 2008 on ABC. In mid-November, ABC announced that it would not order new episodes for season two after the 13th. The series's final episode aired on June 13, 2009.

With the cancellation of Pushing Daisies, Fuller signed a seven-figure, two-year deal with Universal Media Studios. He rejoined the writing staff of Heroes for the 20th episode of the third season, and became a consulting producer, playing a "key role" on the writing staff. However, after working on some of the story arcs for the next season of Heroes, Fuller announced he was moving on to other projects.

On September 10, 2009, it was announced that NBC was partnering with Bryan Fuller and Bryan Singer to adapt Augusten Burroughs's Sellevision into a series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the hour-long dramedy series, to be written by Fuller and directed by Singer, would focus on the inner workings of a fictional home shopping network. Fuller also has a second script in the works for NBC — a comedy set in an animal shelter titled No Kill.

Fuller owns The Living Dead Guy Productions. His work in the
sci-fi and fantasy TV genre has earned him recognition as one of the innovators in the TV industry.

Announced on September 16, 2010, Fuller will make his cinematic debut, scripting a live-action adaptation of Carlo Collodi's classic The Adventures of Pinocchio, for Warner Bros. Pictures.

Fuller is also a partner in Fuller + Roberts Co. LLC, a Los Angeles-based shop featuring vintage and custom home furnishings. Profiled in the Los Angeles Times and chosen by Elle Decor as one of the "What's Hot! Shops" of 2011, Fuller opened the West Hollywood showroom with his partner- interior decorator Scott Roberts.

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