Harry V. Bring

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Harry V. Bring

Harry V. Bring

Harry V. Bring

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: August 31, 1943
Date of Passing: February 16, 2021
Birthplace: Los Angeles, California
Obituary: Variety

Harry V. Bring was an American producer.

He is perhaps best known for his work as an executive producer on nearly 200 episodes of the television series Criminal Minds and for his contribution to almost 100 episodes of the The X-Files.

Bring began his career in the 1980s as a second assistant director in films such as Mr. Mom (1983), Strange Brew (1983), The Best of Times (1986), and Little Monsters (1989).

Harry V. Bring was an American producer.

He is perhaps best known for his work as an executive producer on nearly 200 episodes of the television series Criminal Minds and for his contribution to almost 100 episodes of the The X-Files.

Bring began his career in the 1980s as a second assistant director in films such as Mr. Mom (1983), Strange Brew (1983), The Best of Times (1986), and Little Monsters (1989).

He moved into television as a second assistant director on the sci-fi comedy series Max Headroom and would serve as first assistant director on a number of programs including Northern Exposure, Melrose Place, The X-Files, and Army Wives.

On Melrose Place he rose to unit production manager and would do the same on The X-Files, eventually rising to the role of producer on X-Files and retaining those responsibilities for The Lyon's Den, North Shore, Head Cases, Army Wives, Chaos, and Criminal Minds.

Bring died February 16, 2021, in California. He was 77.

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