Breehn Burns

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Breehn Burns is an American screenwriter, director, voice artist, producer and illustrator, most known for his work on Dr. Tran and Bravest Warriors..[1] He is currently a Supervising Producer at Dreamworks Animation TV on the Netflix series Home.

He co-created the popular Dr. Tran franchise which has aired on G4TV, is a staple of the Spike & Mike Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation and has become a popular internet meme.

In 2008, he collaborated with Robert Zemeckis on the screenplay for Calling All Robots,[2] a feature film in development. Burns co-created the project with X-Men 2 screenwriter Michael Dougherty and storyboard artist Simeon Wilkins.

Burns wrote, directed and Executive Produced two seasons of Pendleton Ward's Bravest Warriors for Frederator Studios' YouTube channel, Cartoon Hangover.

Burns has also illustrated two graphic novels, Aleister Arcane and Gloomcookie Vol. III, and has written several issues of the Bravest Warriors comic book, published by Boom! Studios.

In 2007, he served as Concept Artist and Main Titles Designer for the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures feature film, Trick 'r Treat, produced by Bryan Singer and written and directed by Michael Dougherty.

His voice work includes the feature film Krampus, as well as numerous voices on Bravest Warriors and Dr. Tran.

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  1. ^ "Breehn Burns". Lambiek. Retrieved 21 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Graser, Marc (2008-03-26). "Michael Dougherty calls 'All Robots'". Variety. Retrieved 2011-07-05. 

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