BRAD SILBERLING (writer/director/producer)
last directed the critically acclaimed box office smash "City of
Angels," starring Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage. The movie grossed over $200
million for Warner Bros. Pictures, and the soundtrack went on to become of the
biggest-selling soundtracks in motion picture history. Prior to that, he
directed his first feature, "Casper," for executive producer Steven
Spielberg, which went on to gross over $300 million worldwide.
He graduated from the
University of California, Santa Barbara, with a degree in English in 1984, and
went on to earn a Master's in Fine Art from the film program at UCLA in 1987.
At UCLA, under the tutelage of veteran director Martin Ritt, he wrote and
directed his thesis short, "Repairs," on the strength of which he was
awarded a contract with Universal Studios to direct and write movies and
extensive television credits include multiple episodes of Steven Bochco's
"NYPD Blue," "LA Law," "Civil Wars," as well as
"Brooklyn Bridge," which caught Spielberg's eye. He last directed
the pilot for the hit series, "Judging Amy."
His commercial work
includes spots for Coca-Cola and Pepsi, and his feature and television
production company Reveal Entertainment makes its feature debut with
Silberling is an active
member of the Directors Guild of America, where he sits on the Western Directors
Council, New Technologies Committee, Creative Rights Committee, and the Task
Force on Violence and Social Responsibility.
A native Californian,
Silberling resides in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Amy Brenneman.
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