Stephen Bralver is a fast paced storyteller. A student of motivation and story structure, his style is like none other.
Bralver demands the best in on-screen talent. True to this sentiment, he constantly studies acting, to hone his own craft and channel the best performances from his actors in his directorial works. Currently, Bralver is training at The Groundlings.
His action-oriented themes are directly inspired by the works of his father, Bob Bralver, a world renowned stunt coordinator and director.
After Bralver garnered a degree in Film and Television from the prestigious Emory University, he went on to play professional baseball. It was there that he found inspiration to write the feature length screenplay "Life in the Minors," for which he has a commitment from John Leguizamo to star.
A producer at heart, he has worked on major motion pictures, television shows, commercials, music videos, and smaller independent works. While at Emory, he showed his potential by producing a short film on a budget of under $100 that went on to win numerous awards nation-wide and garnered a screening at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009.
Currently, Bralver directs commercials. He also is a proud member of SAG / AFTRA and auditions regularly.
Currently, Bralver directs commercials.
He also is a proud member of SAG / AFTRA and auditions regularly.