Bob Brill

Bob Brill

Brill Productions
Actor, Author, Host/presenter, Screenwriter and Voice Artist

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
July 2012
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About Bob

News anchor and reporter for a great metropolitan radio station. News anchor at KNX 1070 News Radio, CBS Radio LA. An author as well as a screenwriter. Personal web sites , , ,

Loglines

  • Major League Stripper

    Major League Stripper Budget: $5M - $10M | Biography The true story of a major league pitcher who married a big time burlesque queen, and their trip through the world changing 1950’s and 60’s.

  • Down Radio Road

    Down Radio Road Budget: $1M - $5M | Biography In search of a career in radio at 18, real life journalist Bob Brill embarks on what turns out to be a crazy road trip in a VW Van to find that elusive first job in 1972.

  • Annie Ames

    Annie Ames Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama Life will never be the same for a high class but aging call girl when her only clients both die and she faces the realities of the end of life while trying to deal with a lesbian daughter coming out, her own terminal illness and her wise-cracking comic relief former colleague and best friend.

  • Longstreet's Nine

    Longstreet's Nine Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama A wrongfully black-balled major league manager finds new life, love and respect in the lowest of the low minor leagues.

  • Illegal Withdrawal

    Illegal Withdrawal Budget: $5M - $10M | Crime Out of desperation, three college students turn to a life of crime to finish their education but run into a ruthless gang of mercenaries robbing the same bank.

  • Chasing Charlie Daniels

    Chasing Charlie Daniels Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama Faustian tale of a 17 year old boy who sells his soul to the devil to join his hero in the world of rockabilly.

  • Band of Souldiers

    Band of Souldiers Budget: $10M - $30M | Drama Faustian tale of a 17 year old boy who sells his soul to the devil in an attempt to rescue dead rock stars who are trapped in a Tribute band.

  • The Doctor's Inn

    The Doctor's Inn Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Slapped with a fraudulent lawsuit two young Beverly Hills doctors take decide to purchase the lodge where they spent their summers, only to find out the place is run down, and filled with quirky characters and love interests.

  • Reality Sux

    Reality Sux Budget: $5M - $10M | Comedy Bullied as a child, an overweight girl slims down as an adult and gets revenge and finds true love when she becomes a big Reality TV star.

  • Cartel

    Cartel Budget: $10M - $30M | Crime For revenge he murdered their sons. Payback is a bitch.

  • Cell Phones on Fire

    Cell Phones on Fire Budget: $5M - $10M | Drama The wild Internet World is center stage as while doing research a disc jockey/writer spends a week visiting a local diner where he encounters crazy characters, crazy situations and the wild world of Smart Phones only to discover a terrorist plot.

  • Life Water Lake

    Life Water Lake Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Three 20-somethings and their classic 1967 Shelby Mustang spend the hottest day of the year in a cooling remote desert pond only to learn it is sucking the life right out of them.

  • Radio Waves; Mama's Dead

    Radio Waves; Mama's Dead Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller Her past comes back to haunt her when a college freshman learns her school previously was a mental institution where her mother disappeared when the girl was a toddler.

  • To Ride with Villa

    To Ride with Villa Budget: $10M - $30M | Action he ultimate coming of age/road trip film as four teen-aged boys flee their home in southern Mexico to join Pancho Villa and his army in the Mexican Revolution.

  • Hollywood Party

    Hollywood Party Drama You never know what will happen when Hollywood has-beens and wannabe's spend a night at a party in the Hollywood Hills.

  • Breaking News

    Breaking News Budget: $100K - $1M | Drama Logline: In the pilot episode, a rogue cop goes on a killing spree, while confiding his reasons in a manifesto to the news team of a Los Angeles News/Talk radio station. Logline (Seasonal basic): Flawed characters deal with real life news events as well as a season long story/thread, in this weekly series with snappy dialogue set in the newsroom of a fictitious Los Angeles News/talk station.

  • Lancer; Hero of the West in the 21st Century

    Lancer; Hero of the West in the 21st Century Budget: $100K - $1M | Crime Logline: Based on my Western novel series, Lancer is transported suddenly to the 21st century where he is taken to work with a young band of good guy techie crime fighters who are all descendants of the famous people he worked with in 1884 Tombstone. Pilot episode: Lancer arrives in time to help thwart a terrorist plot and to learn his arch enemy “Johnny Ringo” was also transported by the bad guys of the 21st Century.

Awards

  • Eward R. Murrow Regional Award Best Newscast
    (2011)

  • About 15 other writing, broadcasting and reporting awards over the years

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