|Education||Juilliard School (BFA)|
|Occupation||Television writer, television producer|
Bryan Cogman (born July 25, 1979) is an American television writer and producer. He is known for writing eleven episodes of the HBO series Game of Thrones. He is also the author of the book 'Inside HBO's Game of Thrones' which features a preface by A Song of Ice and Fire author George R. R. Martin.
Life and career
Cogman gave an interview with ThinkProgress in 2012.
In 2015, it was announced he would pen the live-action remake of The Sword in the Stone for Disney.
In September 2017, Cogman was announced as a creator of a developing fifth Game of Thrones prequel series. In April 2019, Cogman confirmed that this potential series would not be moving forward.
|2019||The Sword in the Stone||Screenwriter||Disney's upcoming streaming service exclusive|
|2011–2019||Game of Thrones||Yes||Yes||Wrote: 11 episodes|
Dragonstone waiter (uncredited cameo in "The Lion and the Rose")
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series (2015–2016)
Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form (2012)
Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Drama (2015)
Nominated—Writers Guild of America Award for Dramatic Series (2011-2012, 2014-2016)
Nominated—Producers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Drama (2016, 2018)
Pending—Writers Guild of America Award for Dramatic Series (2018)
|2020/2021||The Lord of the Rings on Prime||Yes||Consulting, pre-production|
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- 'Game of Thrones' Story Editor Bryan Cogman on Brienne of Tarth, Sexposition, and Women In Fantasy | ThinkProgress
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- Dupre, Elyse (5 January 2018). "2018 Producers Guild Award Nominations: The Full List of Film and TV Nominees". E! News. Retrieved 5 January 2018.
- Littleton, Cynthia. "Writers Guild Award TV Nominations: 'The Americans,' 'Handmaid's Tale,' 'GLOW' Grab Multiple Mentions". Variety. Retrieved December 7, 2017.
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