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Brian Michael Scully

Brian Michael Scully is known for his work on The Happening (2008), The Push (2004) and Merciful (2018). See full bio »
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The Happening
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The Push
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Merciful Writer
Animal Intervention
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 2012 Animal Intervention (TV Series) (researcher - 4 episodes)
- Trouble with Bubba (2012) ... (researcher)
- Tigers on the Strip (2012) ... (researcher)
- Mama's Boys (2012) ... (researcher)
- RV Monkeys (2012) ... (researcher)
 2010 Vegas Confessions (TV Series) (assistant - 3 episodes)
- Episode #3.9 (2010) ... (assistant: executive producer)
- Episode #3.8 (2010) ... (assistant: executive producer)
- Episode #3.7 (2010) ... (assistant: executive producer)
 2010 Shatner's Raw Nerve (TV Series) (researcher - 1 episode)
- Mackenzie Phillips (2010) ... (researcher)
 2008 The Happening (production assistant - uncredited)
 2004 The Push (TV Movie) (technical supervisor: stage)
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 2009 The Lovely Bones
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 2010 Your Chance to Dance (TV Series) (casting coordinator - 2010)

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Considered by the staffs of "Star Trek: Voyager" and "Star Trek: Enterprise" to be one of the youngest, if not the youngest, freelance writers to pitch to the shows. He was invited to pitch to "Star Trek: Voyager" based on a submitted spec script at the age of 14. See more »

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