Brad Tiemann Net Worth
Brad Tiemann how much money? For this question we spent 4 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Producers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2023 year – is about $82,4 Million.
Brad Tiemann information Birth date: July 21, 1971 Birth place: Alton, Illinois, USA Height:6 3 (1.91 m) Profession:Producer, Director, Cinematographer
:How tall is Brad Tiemann – 1,83m.
How much weight is Brad Tiemann – 85kg
Template:Multiple issues Brad Tiemann is an American filmmaker who directs, writes, and produces feature films, short films, reality television, music videos, and commercials.Tiemann is best known for his creation of generational aesthetics as the director of the MTV series The Buried Life. He wrote and produced the feature film, Circle, a dark thriller featuring Silas Weir Mitchell, Gail OGrady and America Olivo. His most notable music video is “Is It Over” by Thievery Corporation, co-directed with Donnie Eichar, starring Jason Thompson, Julie Marie Berman, and Lil Buck. His short film, Owl Farm, a deliberate and quirky film about the alter ego of Hunter S. Thompson, was also accepted to the Cannes Film Festival and New York international Film Festival. Tiemann has produced and directed upwards of 100 reality episodes for A&E, Bravo, Discovery, MTV, Oxygen, OWN, TruTV, Red Bull, and Sony.
Biography,Born in Alton, Illinois, Tiemann spent most of his early years as an avid painter, teaching water-colors at a local school as a teenager.Tiemann graduated Alton High School in 1989 and went on to graduate with an Economics degree from University of Illinois in 1993. Tiemann was a stockbroker in Chicago from 1993 to 1998 and then opened his own firm in St. Louis from 1998 until 2001. Tiemann held his Series 7, Series 63, Series 8, Series 24 brokerage licenses. During his brokerage years, Tiemann on the side, made a comedic film about a nuclear holocaust, Golden Years, which was taste enough for him to uproot from Illinois and move to Los Angeles to begin his seminal movement of filmmaking.After film school at UCLA and HFI, his directorial debut was a controversial short film about AIDS and euthanasia called Sunset. Tiemann wrote, directed, and produced the film, birthing his unique surreal, epic film style. It won the Audience Choice Award at the Damah International Film Festival, in addition to securing a distribution deal which launched his writing and directing career.After a bout of feature screenwriting, Tiemanns feature film Circle was greenlit. Tiemann wrote and produced the film and directed second unit while collaborating with ASC award winner and two-time Emmy award winner Michael Watkins. Circle was represented by the William Morris / Endeavor Agency premiering on Showtime, and received both domestic and foreign distribution deals during the Cannes Film Festival.Immediately following Circle, Tiemann helped create, and directed and produced the feature-length documentary The Buried Life, a story of four twenty-something men on a road trip to complete life changing events from their own bucket lists. It caught national attention and was acquired by MTV to be made into an episodic television series. Tiemann directed the first and second seasons (18 Episodes) of the groundbreaking documentary series, which resulted in a front page article in the New York Times and an episode of the Oprah Winfrey Show.In 2012, Tiemann was hired for his creative eye as Director of Photography for Bravos Gallery Girls, a docu-drama that followed the lives of six young, twenty-something women working in New York Citys hippest art galleries.Tiemann then went on to produce Married to the Army, Alaska, for 44 Blue Productions and the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). Married to the Army: Alaska took a deeper look into the lives of seven families and their sacrifices of deployment in Afghanistan. Married to the Army:Alaska was nominated and won a Gracie Award for Outstanding Reality Show. It was also nominated and won the Reality Wanted Award for Most Heartfelt Moment, and won the Hollywood Health and Society Award for Outstanding Reality Series.In 2013, Tiemann continued on as Supervising Producer for Philly Throttle for Discovery, and produced three seasons of Bad Girls Club for the Emmy Award winning Bunim/Murray Productions and Oxygen.Tiemann was again hired by 44 Blue Productions as Supervising Producer for A&Es highly profiled Mark Wahlberg reality series Breaking Boston. The series showcases the real women of Boston, featuring the day-to-day life of four tough, hard-as-nails women who juggle family, work, and relationships, all while remaining true to their way of life. Tiemann then went on to produce MTVs The Challenge, again with Bunim/Murray Productions.In 2014 Tiemann produced another inspirational feature documentary, Drop In, that followed paraplegic Jeremy McGhee on dangerous and exciting adventures teaching us that nothing should stop anyone from realizing their goals.Tiemann went on in 2015 and 2016 to help create, produce, and direct the animated comedy Greatest Party Story Ever. He also created and executive produced Fuses award winning transgender series, Transcendent.
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