Brad Silberling Biography

(Scriptwriter, Director, Producer)

Brad Silberling is a Humanitarian Award-winning scriptwriter, producer, and Director.

More about the relationship

Brad Silberling is happily married to Amy Brenneman. His wife, Amy is an actress by profession. The couple first met in 1993 at the set of the TV series, NYPD Blue.

Later, they started dating each other. Eventually, the couple got married on the 30th of September 1995. Together, they are blessed with two children including a son, Bodhi Russell Silberling (b, 2015) and a daughter, Charlotte Tucker Silberling (b. March 20, 2001)

Relationship Facts of Brad Silberling

  • Brad Silberling is married to Amy Brenneman {Compare Couple}.
  • Brad Silberling married on September 30, 1995.
  • đź’‘ Anniversary in 137 days đź’‘
  • He is father of Two (Bodhi Russell Silberling, Charlotte Tucker Silberling).
  • Brad Silberling is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

Who is Brad Silberling?

American Brad Silberling is a Humanitarian Award-winning scriptwriter, producer, and Director. He is renowned as the director of movies; the City of Angeles and A Series of Unfortunate. 

Later, in 2020, he produced the 4th season of the TV series, Dynasty. Currently, he is filming the TV series, Dash & Lily as an executive producer and director.

Brad Silberling- Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Brad Silberling was born on September 8, 1963, in Washington D.C, U.S. His birth name is Bradley Mitchell Silberling. He is of British-Irish ethnicity.

His father, Robert Murray Silberling was a vice-president of the CBS Entertainment Production whereas his mother, Joyce Anne is a travel consultant. His father was Jewish by birth whereas his mother converted to Jewish.

Talking about his educational background, he is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with Honors in Arts majored in English. Later, he studied the UCLA Film School to study film directing.

Brad Silberling- Professional Career

Brad Silberling entered the entertainment industry after graduating from the University of California. In 1986, he started his career as a production assistant for a children’s program. Following year, he wrote and directed the short movie, Repairs.

Moving forward, he started directing the various TV series for the very limited TV series. The name of such series includes the series like The Antagonists, Doogie Howser, M.D, Civil Wars, and L.A Law. In 1992, he directed and produced the TV series, Great Scott which became a starting milestone in his career.

Later, in 1998, he directed the movie, City of Angels through which earned a reputation as a director.

Afterward, in 2002, he directed, wrote, and produced the movie, Moonlight Mile. For the romantic-drama, he earned nominations for the WAFCA Award and PFCS Award for his screenplays. The movie was based on the murder of his girlfriend, Rebecca Schaeffer.

Following that, he directed and produced movies like Land of the Lost,10 Items of Less, and Down Dog. Some of his production works along with the year are-

Years TV Series 
2020Diary of a Future President
2014-2019Jane the Virgin

Currently, he is signed with ICM Partners.

Brad Silberling- Net Worth, Salary

As of 2020, he has an estimated net worth of $5 million. His earnings as a screenwriter are in the range of $25k to $104k. Besides that, as a director, his earnings range from $30k to $215k.

Apart from that, he also makes through his production works too.

Body Measurements- Height & Weight

Brad Silberling has brown eyes with a brunette and long hair. He stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 71 kg.

Controversy & Rumors

As of now, he has not been through any sort of controversy and scandals that created a buzz in the media. Besides that, he has maintained a distance from any kind of rumors.

Social Media

Brad has over 3.4k followers on Twitter and over 8.7k followers on Instagram. He is not active on Facebook.

On Instagram, he is following the personalities like Jason Reitman, Midori Francis, and Brian Harold May.


You may also read John Crowley, Jayne Middlemiss, and Rachel Jade Sarah Bilson.