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.