Film Producer Chris Bromley lives in Wilmington, North Carolina. He
is a member of the Directors Guild of America, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and is represented by The Gersh
Agency of Beverly Hills, California.
Mr. Bromley is a four-time Emmy nominee and a two time Emmy Award-winning
Producer for his documentaries entitled Youve Got That Right (a project about the Bill of Rights) and Return to
the River (a project on Southern Heritage and Culture featuring BB King, Alex Haley, Shelby Foote and Mose Allison). In
addition he was Unit Production Manager for Murder in Mississippi, The Medgar Evers Story, which won the New York Film Festivals
Best of Show Award in 1993. He is a CLIO award-winning producer for his efforts on the ABC Television Capitol Cities PLUS
Campaign (Project Literacy Us), and has been the recipient of many regional and national ADDY awards for his filmed commercial
Mr. Bromley holds a BS degree in business administration from Mississippi
State University. He received his first break on the Oscar winning picture Mississippi Burning directed by Alan Parker
and starring Gene Hackman, where he served as the Assistant Location Manager. Mr. Bromley was responsible for daily meetings
with the director and creative staff. He was instructed to find locations that were suitable for photography while fitting
the creative and financial needs of the film. Next up for Mr. Bromley was Great Balls of Fire starring Dennis Quaid
and Winona Ryder followed by Miss Firecracker, starring Scot Glenn, Holly Hunter and Tim Robbins.
Previously, Chris Bromley completed four years of work with renowned
writer and director George Lucas and his company Lucasfilm, responsible for Star Wars, and the Indiana Jones
epic films. During this four-year tour of duty Mr. Bromley worked in over seventeen countries and 123 cities, side-by-side
with four-time Oscar winner Ben Burt, on such projects as The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. His final feature project
for Lucasfilm was Radioland Murders starring Brian Benben and Mary Stuart Masterson, where he served as Visual Consultant
for the Special Visual Effects unit.
Upon returning to the United States, Mr. Bromley worked on The
Member of the Wedding, starring Emmy winner Alfre Woodard (Miss Evers Boys) and Oscar winner Anna Paquin (The
Piano). The film was based upon the Carson McCullers novel and won vast critical acclaim. Mr. Bromley immediately followed
with work on a big budget feature film for Universal Studios, Virus starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Sutherland and
William Baldwin, directed by John Bruno and produced by Gale Ann Hurd.
Chris Bromley is an avid supporter of the North Carolina arts community
and served as Co-Producer on the locally funded and produced, Waterproof starring Burt Reynolds, Whitman Mayo and April
Grace shot on location in Wilmington, North Carolina and directed by Barry Berman, writer of the hit film Bennie &
He again worked for Universal Studios on another big budget period
piece titled, Ride With the Devil, which is the story of the Kansas-Missouri Border Wars starring the critically acclaimed
singer Jewel and Skeet Ulrich and Tobey Maguire. The film was directed by Ang Lee (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and
Following his return to Wilmington, Mr. Bromley collaborated with
Wilmington based writer & director the late Alexander Sandy Johnston to start work on The Angel Doll, a period
piece starring Pat Hingle, Diana Scarwid, and David Carradine.
Immediately afterwards, Mr. Bromley worked for Twentieth Century Fox
on their production of Black Knight starring Martin Lawrence. Once again, Mr. Bromley was selected for his extensive
experience on large-scale period pieces. The 55-day shoot takes place in 13th century England and was shot in Wilmington,
North Carolina. After two months of pre-production, Mr. Bromley was promoted to Line Producer on the film.
Next for Mr. Bromley was Jo, a pilot for CBS starring Andie
MacDowell & Kyle McLachlan. Mr. Bromley worked with Oscar winning producer Ronald Schwary (Ordinary People, Meet
Joe Black, Sabrina) and Denise DiNovi (Batman, Edward Scissorhands) and director Mike Newell (Four
Weddings and a Funeral, Donnie Brasco, Mona Lisa Smile) who brought him on to the project due to his work
history with him on Young Indy.
Recently, Chris Bromley worked with Producers Casey Silver (Meet
Joe Black, Gigli) and Don Zepfel (The Mummy, The Castle) on a Disney project, Hidalgo starring
Viggo Mortenson (Lord of the Rings) directed by Joe Johnston (Jurassic Park III, Honey I Shrunk the Kids,
October Sky). The film is scheduled for release on March 5, 2004.
Mr. Bromley has just returned to Wilmington after working for Universal
on The Bourne Supremacy, (starring Matt Damon) the sequel to The Bourne Identity. Mr. Bromley was on location
in Moscow and Berlin for this project. SCORE! is scheduled to be his next project as Line Producer.