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Bryan Burk serves as executive producer on NBC's spy drama Undercovers.
A graduate of USC's School of Cinema-Television, Burk began his career working with producers Brad Weston at Columbia Pictures, Ned Tanen at Sony Pictures, and John Davis at Fox. In 1995, Burk joined Gerber Pictures, where he helped develop TNT's Emmy-nominated movie "James Dean."
In 2001, Burk joined J.J. Abrams on ABC's Emmy-winning "Alias," where he served as a co-producer for its entire five-season run. In 2004, Burk and Abrams formed Bad Robot Productions at Touchstone Television, where he executive produced ABC's "Six Degrees," "What About Brian," and the Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-winning Best Drama "Lost."
Now at Warner Bros. TV, Burk serves as executive producer on Fox's "Fringe." Burk and Abrams continue their partnership with Paramount Pictures in the feature film arena, where they have produced the New York monster box office smash "Cloverfield," the Academy Award-winning "Star Trek," as well as the upcoming romantic comedy "Morning Glory," and another installment in the classic spy series "Mission: Impossible."
Burk is originally from Los Angeles and currently resides there.