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Brandon Trost

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Years active  1996–present
Relatives  Jason Trost (brother)
Parents  Karen French, Ron Trost
Name  Brandon Trost
Role  Cinematographer

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Full Name  Brandon Scott Trost
Born  August 29, 1981 (age 34) (1981-08-29) Los Angeles, California, United States
Alma mater  Los Angeles Film School
Occupation  Cinematographer, screenwriter, director, producer, actor
Movies  The FP, Neighbors, This Is the End, The Interview, That's My Boy
Similar People  Jason Trost, Zene Baker, Lee Valmassy, Art Hsu, Evan Goldberg

Education  Los Angeles Film School
Siblings  Jason Trost, Sarah Trost

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Brandon Scott Trost (born August 29, 1981) is an American cinematographer, screenwriter, and film director best known for writing and directing The FP (2011) with his brother Jason, as well as being the cinematographer of several films, including Crank: High Voltage, Halloween II, MacGruber, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and That's My Boy. Trost is also a frequent collaborator with Seth Rogen, including the films This Is the End, Neighbors, The Interview, The Night Before and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.


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Early life

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Trost was born in 1981 in Los Angeles, California, to Karen (née French) and Ron Trost, a special effects coordinator. His grandfather, Scott Maitland, was an assistant director, and his great-grandfather was a stuntman. His uncle was actor Victor French. He attended Frazier Mountain High School and later graduated from Los Angeles Film School. He grew up in Frazier Park, California with his brother Jason and sister Sarah.


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Trost has cited Andrew Laszlo as one of his favorite cinematographers, calling Streets of Fire "one of the most amazing-looking movies from the 1980's."

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