Bryan Fuller

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Name: Bryan Fuller
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Occupation: screenwriter and television producer, showrunner
Medium: television
Works: Dead Like Me, Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, Wonderfalls, American Gods, Heroes, Mockingbird Lane, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Carrie (2002), Star Trek: Discovery, Interview with a Vampire (TV series)
Official Website(s): Twitter, Instagram, IMDB, Wikipedia
Fan Website(s):
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Bryan Fuller is a screenwriter and television producer who created shows such as Dead Like Me, Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, Wonderfalls, and American Gods.

He is also known for his work on various Star Trek television series, having worked prominently on Star Trek: Voyager and written a few episodes for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He was to be the co-creator of Star Trek: Discovery, but left the series due to scheduling conflicts. He's also worked on Heroes and created Mockingbird Lane, a revival of the classic sitcom The Munsters.

After leaving American Gods after its seconds seasons due to disagreements on budget, he started working on a tv show adaption for Paramount of Anne Rices' Interview with a Vampire book.

Similarities in Style, Themes Across All Works

Death often being the central theme in nearly all of his works (Dead Like Me, Pushing Daisies, Hannibal).

Fans often use the term Fullerverse for his works since they are implied to take place in the same universe.

Notable Interactions With Fans

Fuller is known for his interaction on fans, especially via his twitter account where he answers questions about episodes and characters (as well is dropping some spoilers) and reposting fanworks like fanvids and fanart[1].

He and the Hannibal cast and crew also took several pictures wearing flower crowns[2] on their heads, which became a popular meme in the Hannibal fandom[3]. At the San Diego Comic Con 2015 both Fuller and and Hugh Dancy were gifted flower crowns by a Fannibal in the beginning of the panel and wore them for the whole time of the panel, much to the joy of the predominantly female audience members.[4]

Opinion(s) on Record about Fandom, Fanfic, Etc.

He might support it, since he posted a link on his Twitter about an article promoting RAW, an anthonlogy of fanfiction and art about Hannibal[5].

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