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  1. Bryan Fuller (born July 27, 1969) is an American television writer and producer who has created a number of television series, including Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, and American Gods.

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    Bryan Fuller (born July 27, 1969) is an American television writer and producer who has created a number of television series, including Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, and American Gods.

  3. Bryan Fuller - IMDb

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    At the time, Star Trek had an open script submission policy and Fuller contributed a spec, leading to a pitching opportunity. When he had sold a couple of stories to Deep Space Nine, Fuller was hired to be a full staff writer for... See full bio »

  4. BRYAN FULLER – Fuller Moto

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    Bryan Fuller is a Master Builder, Designer, TV Personality and Author of how-to-build books through his own publishing company, Full-Bore Publishing.

    Bryan realized his passion for cars as an eighth grader while helping his dad rebuild a 1965 Ford Mustang. In High School he built two cars of his own, including a souped-up 1930 Ford Model A with a Chevy 327 V8 engine. At the time he considered building cars just a hobby and went on to college, earning a biology degree with the hopes of becoming a chiropractor. However, the unforeseen death of his father while at the early age of 20 changed all that. Bryan grew determined not to waste his life doing something he didnt absolutely love and and instead set out to make his passion his career. After gradating from University of North Texas, Bryan enrolled at Wyoming Technical Institute where he learned advanced technical skills that helped shape him into the fabricator he is today. Drawn in by the west-coast car culture, after school Bryan moved to California and began a two-year apprenticeship with So-Cal Speed Shop. In 2003, he was hired by renowned artist, designer and fabricator, Chip Foose. While working for Foose, Fuller helped the team win the Riddler Award for Best Car in Show at the Detroit Autorama in 2003 and 2005. Bryan also began his TV career at that time, with appearances on 10 episodes of \\"Overhaulin\\" and several episodes of \\"Rides\\".

    In 2005, Bryan decided to set up his own shop and moved to downtown Atlanta, where his wife had family. Having been born in Jacksonville, Texas, Bryan stayed true to his roots, naming his first Atlanta based build the Texas T. That year, he competed and placed 4th place overall at the AMD World Championship of Bike Building for Freestyle. He then won the coveted GM Design Award in 2010 at The SEMA Car Show with the Impaler and the 2013 Birmingham World of Wheels Best in Show with a one-of-a-kind Cadillac hearse, named the Thundertaker. During this time, Bryan continued his TV career as host of \\"Two Guys Garage\\" and made several appearances designing and competing with his own designs on episodes of \\"Biker Build-off\\" and \\"Cafe Racer TV\\". Bryan also hosted \\"Naked Speed\\" on the Velocity Channel, a show dedicated to the design, build and ride of unique custom motorcycles.

    He is a host on the TV series \\"Caffeine and Octane\\", which highlights the culture and community of the largest monthly gathering of of auto enthusiasts in the USA. This TV Series is currently in its second season on NBC Sports Network, previously on Velocity. In addition, Bryan is the co-author of a series of how-to-build books, Full-Bore Welding and \\"Full-Bore Sheet Metal\\" published by his own publishing company, Full-Bore Publishing. Alongside his writing partner, Mark Prosser, Bryan also shares tips and tricks via videos and workshops throughout the country. Bryan and the Fuller Moto team specialize in unique custom car and motorcycle builds. The shop motto - \\"Dream Big, Build Strong, Ride Hard!\\"

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  6. Bryan Fuller - Biography - IMDb

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    Fuller has had a meteoric career in television and has worked non-stop since first pitching to Deep Space Nine in 1993. He wrote and produced an animated movie with Mike Mignola called "The Amazing Screw-On Head". He then moved on to co-executive produce and write for "Heroes" which became a smash hit.

  7. Aug 03, 2020 · Bryan Fuller ’s television series “ Hannibal ” is defined by Mads Mikkelsen’s iconic performance as the cannibalistic serial killer, but that role could’ve gone to John Cusack or Hugh Grant had NBC...

  8. Bryan Fuller | Memory Alpha | Fandom

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    Bryan Fuller (born 27 July 1969; age 51) is a writer for Star Trek. He has worked on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager episodes, creating teleplays and doing writing as well as story work. He was also a regular staff member on Voyager beginning early in the fifth season as a story editor, becoming an executive story editor at the start of the sixth season, and a co-producer for ...

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  9. Bryan Fuller - Fuller Moto - Home | Facebook

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    Bryan Fuller - Fuller Moto. 11,748 likes · 878 talking about this. Bryan Fuller is a Master Builder, Designer, TV Personality and Author.

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  10. Car Fix' Bryan Fuller Wife, Married, Children, Net Worth, Bio ...

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    May 05, 2020 · Bryan Fuller is the host of Velocity TV’s Car Fix along with other personalities like Lou Santiago and Mike Alexander. He also is or was a host of several other shows, including especially ‘ Fuller Moto Shop’ in the NBC Sports Network featuring him and his business. Caption: Car Fix host, Bryan Fuller’s net worth and bio

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