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|Born||1964 (age 53–54)|
|Occupation||film director, film producer, screenwriter|
He attended the University of South Florida and graduated with a BFA degree in Art History. He then moved to Los Angeles where he worked for 12 years as a screenwriter before making his 2002 film, Equilibrium. In numerous interviews he cites Equilibrium as his directorial debut and first film, in which he also has a cameo role as a practitioner of the fictional martial art Gun Kata; however his actual directorial debut was the 1995 action film One Tough Bastard, starring Brian Bosworth and Bruce Payne.
Wimmer has not directed a film since Ultraviolet, having been shut out of the editing phase of the film and having expressed disappointment with how it was handled.
|1995||One Tough Bastard||Yes||No||No||No|
|1998||Sphere||No||No||Yes||No||Wrote adaptation from novel by Michael Crichton|
|1999||The Thomas Crown Affair||No||No||Yes||No||Alan Trustman (story) Leslie Dixon (screenplay) Kurt Wimmer(screenplay)|
|2002||Equilibrium||Yes||No||Yes||Yes||Cameo as rebel victim|
|2006||Ultraviolet||Yes||No||Yes||Yes||Cameo as a hemophage|
|2009||Law Abiding Citizen||No||Yes||Yes||No|
- Interview at equilibriumfans.com
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