Brad Falchuk Biography
Born In: Newton
Brad Falchuk is an American television screenwriter, director, and producer who is famous as the writer of the popular television anthology series ‘American Horror Story’. Falchuk co-created the popular show along with Ryan Murphy. It runs like a miniseries each season with a different set of actors and storyline. Beginning his career as a writer for the TV shows ‘Mutant X,’ ‘Earth: Final Conflict,’ and ‘Veritas: The Quest,’ he clinched the first major project of his career when he was hired to work on the first season of the medical drama series ‘Nip/Tuck.’ Falchuk has also co-created the American musical comedy series ‘Glee’. The series earned him two American Film Institute (AFI) awards in the early 2010s and numerous other award nominations. Falchuk has written as well as directed many other television shows like ‘Scream Queens.’ A Republican by heart, Falchuk co-founded the arts education nonprofit ‘Young Storytellers’ that operates primarily from Los Angeles.