Bradley R. Bernstein

Bradley R. Bernstein (co-executive producer, line producer) graduated from Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs New York, with a BA in English History in 1992 and went on to become an editor for the British publishing house Fleetway Editions Ltd. in London (1992-1994) and VP of Electronic Games Distribution for Egmont Gruppen, Copenhagen (1994-1995). He then joined The IndieProd Company at TriStar Pictures, Los Angeles (1995-1997) as a Development Executive for Feature Films.

In 2013, Bernstein produced 13 episodes of the animated series Mother Up! starring Eva Longoria for Hulu. In 2010, he began producing for TV Guide Network. Their first project – Fashion in Television – launched in December of the same year. The program goes behind the scenes of today’s hit televisions shows –interviewing the stars and costume designers – to find out how their unique fashion look is created.

In 2008, Bernstein produced several specials for The Auction Network. Shot on location, each special provided the viewer an in-depth and behind the scenes look at various auctions and cities across the United States.

In 2007, Bernstein produced for Showtime Networks Inc. a 1⁄2 hour news format television special entitled The L Word: L’Ements of Style which was broadcast nationally on The Style Network. It was inside look into the unique fashion of the groundbreaking hit Showtime series The L Word and the fashion lines it has inspired.

His theater credits include: Carousel by Rogers and Hammerstein, directed by Lindsay Posner, staring Lesley Garrett (Savoy Theater, West End December 2008); Summer and Smoke by Tennesse Williams, directed by Adrian Noble, starring Rosamund Pike (Apollo Theater, West End October 2006); Becket by Jean Anouilh directed by John Caird starring Dougray Scott and Japser Britton (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End October 2004); Singular Sensations starring Michael Ball, Barbara Cook and Michael Feinstein (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End September 2004); A Woman of No Importance starring Rupert Graves (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End September 2003); Through the Leaves starring Simon Callow and Ann Mitchell (Duchess Theatre, West End April 2003); Brand by Ibsen directed by Adrian Noble starring Ralph Fiennes (RSC April 2003/ Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End June 2003); Ma Rainey’s Black Bottoms starring Whoopi Goldberg and Charles S. Dutton directed by Marion McClinton (Royale Theater, Broadway January 2003); Mrs. Warren’s Profession by Bernard Shaw starring Brenda Blethyn and Rebecca Hall (Strand Theatre, West End October 2002); Lady Windermere’s Fan by Oscar Wilde starring Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End February 2002); AN INSPECTOR CALLS directed by Stephen Daldry (Playhouse Theatre, West End September 2001); the Olivier Award-winning Jitney by August Wilson (Royal National Theatre, London October 2001); and Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus starring David Suchet and Michael Sheen, directed Sir Peter Hall (Music Box, Broadway December 1999, two Tony nominations/Best Revival and Best Leading Actor).

His favorite poet is Isak Dinesen.


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