DAN BRADLEY (Director) is a second-unit director and stunt
coordinator-turned-director. Included among his long list of film credits for
action design are: "The Bourne Supremacy," "The Bourne Ultimatum" and "Quantum
of Solace". He has worked on "Independence Day," "Spider-Man 2," "Spider-Man 3,"
"Superman Returns," "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull," and
"Where The Wild Things Are".
Bradley served as the stunt coordinator and second unit for the car chase scenes
in "The Dukes of Hazzard" film. Johnny Knoxville praised him saying, "everyone
in Hollywood wants Dan Bradley to shoot their car stuff," and cited him as a
factor in Knoxville taking a leading role in the film.
Bradley was born in Burbank and grew up in Reseda in the San Fernando Valley. He
attended Cal State Northridge Film School, though he never graduated. As a
youngster Bradley wasn't into sports at all; he was scuba diving by the age of
thirteen. He was also a member of the Sierra Club and learned how to repel and
climb tricky and technical rock faces before the age of sixteen. His father was
a community theater director, and he has five brothers who all learned how to
stage fight by the age of seven. Bradley and his brothers would 'stage fight' on
their front lawn. It was realistic enough that people would stop their cars to
break it up. Many of those daredevil activities that Bradley concentrated on as
a kid translated into his film career.
Bradley will next be directing the supernatural action feature "Hellified" for
Paramount Pictures. It's based on an Andy Burg penned script that details a
supernatural action-adventure journey into the depths of hell.
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