Bryan Singer Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 9 pages of information about the life of Bryan Singer.
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Director, writer, and producer Bryan Singer hit the ground running. Age twenty-three when his first major release, Public Access, garnered the prestigious Sundance Grand Jury Prize, he went on to direct the hit The Usual Suspects in 1995 and Apt Pupil, adapted from a short story by Stephen King, in 1998. With his X-Men, released in 2000, he became a Hollywood regular, reworking the famed Marvel Comic for the big screen. His movies have explored "the darker facets of human nature," according to Marc Savlov writing in the Austin Chronicle. Public Access is the story of a mysterious man who comes to a small town and turns the populace against one another with his cable TV show. In The Usual Suspects, Singer flips the conventions of a crime thriller upside down in "a maze moviegoers will be happy to get lost in, a criminal roller coaster with twists so unsettling no...

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