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Years active  1994–present
Name  Bryan Burk
Role  Film producer

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Born  December 30, 1968 (age 54) (1968-12-30)
Occupation  Film producer, television producer
Upcoming movie  Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Education  University of Southern California, USC School of Cinematic Arts
Awards  Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series
Movies  Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Star Trek Into Darkness, Mission: Impossible – Ghost P, Mission: Impossible – Rogue, Super 8
Similar People  JJ Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, Lawrence Kasdan, Damon Lindelof, David Ellison

Star Trek Into Darkness Set Interview: Bryan Burk, Producer

Bryan Burk (born December 30, 1968) is an American film and television producer.


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He is mostly known for producing movies in collaboration with J. J. Abrams, including the Star Trek reboot series, the Mission: Impossible films Ghost Protocol and Rogue Nation, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the TV series Alias, Lost, Fringe, and Person of Interest. His only work outside of producing was co-writing the Fringe episode "There's More Than One of Everything".

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After graduating from USC's School of Cinema-Television in 1991, Bryan Burk began his career working with producers Brad Weston at Columbia Pictures, Ned Tanen at Sony Pictures and John Davis at FOX. In 1995, he joined Gerber Pictures, where he developed TNT's Emmy-winning James Dean.

Together with J. J. Abrams, he founded the production company Bad Robot Productions in 2001. As Executive Vice President of the company, Burk serves as executive producer for all of their television and film productions.

In 2009, Burk co-wrote the story of the season one finale of Fringe, "There's More Than One of Everything", with Akiva Goldsman, while Jeff Pinkner and J. H. Wyman wrote the teleplay.


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