Brian Scott Mednick

New York, NY
New York University, Tisch School Of The Arts
Movies, TV, Celebrities
  • Brian is an avid film buff and trivia expert.
  • A comedy writer and sometimes stand-up comic, Brian has appeared as a guest on many podcasts devoted to pop culture and classic film.
  • "Confessions of a Male Prostitute" is a 1992 short film Brian wrote, produced, and directed that received a rave review from Rex Reed, who wrote, "This short film is so good I would be very keen to see what [Brian Scott Mednick comes] up with in the next few years."


Brian is an author, filmmaker, critic, and stand-up comedian. He spent 15 years writing and researching a biography of Gene Wilder entitled "Gene Wilder: Funny and Sad," which was published in December 2010 by BearManor Media. Brian has reviewed film and theater for such publications as Show Business Weekly and Good Times, and was a regular contributor to The Jewish Voice for nearly two years. He has also written several in-depth essays for the Library of Congress National Film Registry.


Brian is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He has a BFA in Film and Television.
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