Brad Turner is an award-winning television director and producer, having spent the last 25 years directing iconic and compelling dramatic television shows. Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, he graduated with honors from the Television Arts Program at H.B. Beal Secondary School in London, Ontario, and upon graduation joined SCTV, where he spent his first five professional years working on the series.
Turner gained global acclaim in 2005 while directing the Canadian miniseries “Human Cargo,” which won several Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Director, and garnered a prestigious Peabody Award. He then worked on the Canadian television series, “La Femme Nikita,” created by Joel Surnow, who also was a co-creator of the hit FOX series, “24.” Turner subsequently joined “24,” both as a director and supervising producer. During his five-year tenure there, Turner directed 46 episodes, was promoted to executive producer, and the show won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.
Brad directed IBM Mobile’s ‘Outage’ an interactive thriller created in partnership with Merman for the agency Ogilvy. ‘Outage’ premiered at the Mobile World Congress and has won several awards including 4 trophies at the Global ACE Awards.
Most recently he served as the Executive Producer and Director of the first season of VWARS for Netflix and IDW Entertainment.
Other television directing credits include, “The Shannara Chronicles,” “Designated Survivor,” “Wayward Pines,” “Daredevil,” “Legends,” “Homeland,” “Hawaii Five-0,” “The Last Ship,” “Falling Skies,” and “Prison Break.”