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Bryan Fuller started his TV writing career on the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' franchise and on the remake of ''{{Carrie}}'', but really began to come into his own in the TurnOfTheMillennium, with the creation or co-creation of cult hits ''DeadLikeMe'' (2003-04), ''{{Wonderfalls}}'' (2004), and ''PushingDaisies'' (2007-2009). He also was an executive producer on the first, fourth and fifth volumes (because Seasons aren't comic book-y enough) of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', and wrote fan-favorite episode "Company Man".

His fall 2012 reboot of ''TheMunsters'' for Creator/{{NBC}}, ''MockingbirdLane'', did not make it past the pilot stage. His latest series is the crime series ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'', based on the character of [[Literature/TheSilenceOfTheLambs Hannibal Lecter]], running since April 2013 on Creator/{{NBC}}. This show was the first time he ever got to end a season of one of his shows on his own terms.

Known for his wildly original, sophisticated and usually macabre work; lamentably, his series tend to not last too long. Fuller seems to be fond of giving female leads {{Tomboyish Name}}s. All of his series (yes, even the DarkerAndEdgier PlayingAgainstType ''Hannibal'') share a universe.

Has a {{Twitter}} [[https://twitter.com/BryanFuller here.]]
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