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Bryan Fuller can be used to calibrate your Awesomeness Detector. Please tip him for this service.

Bryan Fuller started his TV writing career on the Star Trek franchise and on the remake of Carrie, but really began to come into his own in the Turn of the Millennium, with the creation or co-creation of cult hits Dead Like Me (2003-04), Wonderfalls (2004), and Pushing Daisies (2007-2009). He also was an executive producer on the first, fourth and fifth volumes (because Seasons aren't comic book-y enough) of Heroes, and wrote fan-favorite episode "Company Man".

As of late 2010, said to be working on a live-action remake of Pinocchio, and a reboot of The Munsters for NBC.

Known for his wildly original, sophisticated and usually macabre work; lamentably, his series tend to be Too Good to Last. Fuller seems to be fond of giving female leads Tomboyish Names.

Has a Twitter here.