Brad Copeland

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Brad Copeland
Born (1975-09-12) September 12, 1975 (age 42)
Orlando, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Television producer
Film director
Television writer
Screenwriter
Known for Arrested Development

Brad Copeland is an American television writer, producer and film director, best known for his work on the Fox TV series Arrested Development.

Television career[edit]

He has written for the television programs Arrested Development, My Name Is Earl, Grounded for Life and NewsRadio.

In 2006, Brad created the pilot named Southern Comfort for the ABC television network. The pilot revolved around a billionaire who returns to his small town to restore his relationship with his family. ABC chose not to pick up the pilot.[1]

He developed and executive produced the U.S. version of The Inbetweeners for MTV

He currently working as Writer and Executive Producer on Life in Pieces.

Movie career[edit]

Brad wrote the screenplay for the 2007 film, Wild Hogs, which revolves around a group of wannabe bikers who encounter bikers from a dangerous New Mexican biker gang. The film was released on March 2, 2007; and stars Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, William H. Macy and John Travolta.

His other movie credits includes Yogi Bear, Coffee Town, in which he also directed and Ferdinand.

Brad will be writing the movie version of Knight Rider.[2]

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