Biography

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

Taylor attended the Los Angeles Film School in Hollywood, California and began his career as a cinematographer, working on a series on independent films 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.

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

Taylor attended the Los Angeles Film School in Hollywood, California and began his career as a cinematographer, working on a series on independent films 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.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Male

Known Credits 8

Birthday 1923-11-19

Place of Birth Coventry, Warwickshire, England, UK

Official Site http://www.neveldinetaylor.com/

Also Known As

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

2017 HAPPY!(2 episodes)Writer
2017 Mom and DadWriter
2010 Jonah HexStory
2010 Jonah HexScreenplay
2009 GamerWriter
2009 Crank: High VoltageScreenplay
2008 PathologyScreenplay
2006 CrankScreenplay

Directing

2017 HAPPY!(3 episodes)Director
2017 Mom and DadDirector
2011 Ghost Rider: Spirit of VengeanceDirector
2009 GamerDirector
2009 Crank: High VoltageDirector
2006 CrankDirector

Camera

2009 Crank: High Voltage"A" Camera Operator
2006 CrankCamera Operator

Production

2009 GamerExecutive Producer
2009 Crank: High VoltageExecutive Producer

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