Charles Breen - Details


CHARLES BREEN (Production Designer) studied architecture at the world-renowned art and design school Cranbook. After moving to Los Angeles, he gravitated to the film industry. As an art director, Breen has worked with some of today's most notable directors, including Ridley Scott, Mike Nichols, Richard Attenborough and Walter Hill. In addition, he worked with Barry Levinson on "Disclosure (1994)," Clint Eastwood on "The Bridges of Madison County (1995)" and William Friedkin on "Jade.(1995)"
Breen became a production designer on director Neil LaBute's controversial and critically acclaimed film "Your Friends & Neighbors (1998)." His recent film credits include "Urban Legend (1998)," "She's All That (1999)" and "Nurse Betty (2000)" (directed by Neil LaBute). Breen also designed "The Shrink Is In (2000)" and "Beautiful (2000)."
He was nominated for an Emmy for Best Art Direction on HBO's "Weapons of Mass Destruction (1997).