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Bio

Bruce C. McKenna previously partnered with HBO and Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and Gary Goetzman, executive producers of The Pacific, as a writer for the Emmy® Award-winning miniseries "Band of Brothers." His work on the series garnered him a WGA Award, an Emmy® nomination and a nomination as a finalist for the Humanitas Prize. McKenna has written for several theatrical film projects, including the adaptation of "Once Upon a Distant War" for Jerry Bruckheimer Films and "The Perfect Mile" for Kennedy/Marshall and Universal. He has worked with such distinguished directors as Ridley Scott, David Fincher and Frank Darabont. In the theater world, McKenna, along with his wife Maureen, produced off- and off-off-Broadway plays in New York, where they had the pleasure of producing Neil LaBute's first commercial play, "Filthy Talk for Troubled Times." McKenna's first book, "The Pena Files"  the true story of the world's highest paid private investigator, Octavio Pena, the only man to ever successfully infiltrate both the Mafia and the IRS  was published by ReganBooks and Harper Collins.

Bruce C. McKenna

Co-Executive Producer, Writer