Brett C. Leonard is an American writer and producer. He worked as a writer for the episode "We All Fall Down" and served as a consulting producer and a creative consultant for Season 2 of AMC's Fear The Walking Dead.
Brett C. Leonard is an American dramatist, screenwriter and producer. A member of the LAByrinth Theater Company of New York City, he is best known for his tragic drama The Long Red Road which was performed at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, and for his play "Guinea Pig Solo", originally produced as a co-production between LAByrinth and NY's Public Theater. Leonard also wrote and produced for the HBO TV series Hung, wrote and served as a supervising producer for the AMC series Low Winter Sun, was a writer and co-executive producer on Amazon's "Mad Dogs," and creative consultant on BBC/FX drama "Taboo."
Also of note are his plays "Ninth and Joanie", produced in New York City by LAByrinth Theater Company, Roger and Vanessa, produced at Theatre 503 in London, The Actors' Gang in Los Angeles and Tap Gallery in Sydney and Unconditional at NYC's Public Theater, published in New Playwrights: The Best Plays of 2008. His low-budget film "Jailbait", based on his play, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, won Best Narrative Feature at Lake Placid Film Festival and was released theatrically in 2005.
- Mad Dogs
- Low Winter Sun
- Welcome to Collinwood