Brian Lynch (writer)

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Brian Lynch
Lynch attends the world premiere of Captain America: Civil War, April 12, 2016
Born Brian Michael Lynch
(1973-06-21) June 21, 1973 (age 43)
New Jersey, USA
Occupation Screenwriter
Years active 1997–present

Brian Michael Lynch (born June 21, 1973) is an American film and comic book writer. Lynch was the initial writer and co-creator with Joss Whedon of Angel: After the Fall for IDW Publishing, and is best known for writing the screenplays for the films Puss in Boots and Minions. He has also written an unproduced film adaptation of The Sims.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Growing up in Middletown Township, New Jersey, Lynch attended Middletown High School South and William Paterson University of New Jersey.[2]

Lynch went to school with (and was friends with) Vincent Pereira, who worked with Kevin Smith at the Quick Stop/RST Video and who inspired Smith's own film career.[3] Despite seeing himself as a writer rather than filmmaker, Lynch contributed in a non-writing capacity to Smith's early films and then wrote/directed one of three non-Smith-directed films under the View Askew label.

Except for four years during early childhood spent in Indiana, Lynch lived in New Jersey all his life. In 2004, he moved to Hollywood, California.

Comics and animated series[edit]

Lynch has worked on a number of comics and animated series:



  1. ^ The Sims Coming to the Big Screen –
  2. ^ O'Sullivan, Eleanor. "Crude dudes in Red Bank", Asbury Park Press, January 6, 2002. Accessed August 2, 2007. "In addition to Vulgar from Johnson, Atlantic Highlands, the comedy Big Helium Dog, from Middletown's Brian Lynch, also will be shown."
  3. ^ Smodcast Episode #225: The Lynch Pin
  4. ^ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Microseries #1: Raphael Coming in November!
  5. ^ Get Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Micro-series #2: Michelangelo Today!
  6. ^ IDW's New Print & Digital Books!
  7. ^ Marie, Christine (February 28, 2015). "Fancy Some Gothic Carpunk? Preview Monster Motors: The Curse of Minivan Helsing #1". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved July 10, 2015. 
  8. ^ Universal Studios Hollywood unleashes Minion power

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