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Bradley Buecker

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Other names  Brad Buecker
Years active  2000–present

Name  Bradley Buecker
Role  Television Director
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Occupation  Television and film director, producer and editor
Nominations  Producers Guild of America Award - David L. Wolper Producer of the Year Award in Long-Form Television
Similar  Alexis Martin Woodall, Ryan Murphy, Tim Minear, Jennifer Salt, Brad Falchuk

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Bradley Buecker is an American television and film director, producer, and editor.

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Buecker is well known for his work with Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk on the FOX musical series Glee and for FX's anthology series American Horror Story.

Career

Buecker's first credited job in the entertainment industry was as an editor for the TV documentary Hollywood Remembers Dustin Hoffman. He worked as an editor during 2002 on the ABC reality series The Bachelor.

In 2005 he was hired as an editor on the FX series Nip/Tuck, where he first worked for Murphy and Falchuk.

He went on to edit the pilot episode of Glee for Murphy, Falchuk, and Ian Brennan and became a mainstay editor for the entire run of the series. During its run is when Buecker directed his first hour of television, with the episode "Never Been Kissed". He served as an executive producer and main director on the series' last season, directing the series finale.

Buecker was involved with the development of Falchuk/Murphy's American Horror Story. He served as editor of the first episode, as well as a co-executive producer during the anthology series' first cycle, Murder House. He helmed the series' first season finale, "Afterbirth". With the commencement of the second series, Asylum, Buecker was promoted to executive producer, as well as serving as director for the premiere, "Welcome to Briarcliff".

He directed the 4th episode, "Haunted House", of Brennan, Murphy and Falchuk's new Fox series Scream Queens and the 2nd episode of the 2nd series, Warts and All.

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