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Brian Taylor

Film director

Brian Taylor

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Film director, cinematographer, film producer, screenwriter, camera operator

Joan Taylor, Albert E. Taylor III

Ghost Rider: Spirit of V, Crank, Crank: High Voltage, Gamer, Jonah Hex

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Los Angeles Film School

Brian Taylor is an American film director, screenwriter, camera operator, and producer. He is best known for frequently collaborating with Mark Neveldine as Neveldine/Taylor.

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Life and Career

Taylor attended the Los Angeles Film School in Hollywood and began his career as a cinematographer, working on an independent film and low-budget shorts. In the early 2000s, Taylor united with Mark Neveldine, both becoming known for their engineering skills as cinematographers and camera operators. They invented "The Roller Dolly," and immediately submitted it for a patent. The hand-built device allows the duo to use rods to carry cameras and rollerblade simultaneously.

In February 2012 Taylor signed a seven-figure deal with Sony Pictures to write and direct a film adaptation of the Twisted Metal video game series. It would have been his first feature without his partner Mark Neveldine. As of 2016, the film has not been produced.

In February 2016 Taylor was announced as the solo writer-director of the horror-thriller Mom and Dad, to star Nicolas Cage, with whom he worked on Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.


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