Bryan Singer is an American film director. Singer won critical acclaim for his work on The Usual Suspects, and is well-known for his work on the first two X-Men films and Superman Returns.
Singer studied filmmaking at New York’s School of Visual Arts and later the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles. Singer’s directorial debut came after graduation when he directed a short film called Lion’s Den. After a screening of the movie, Singer was approached by a Japanese company that funded low-budget films. He made Public Access, which was a co-winner of the Grand Jury Prize and the Sundance Film Festival. Singer firmly established himself with The Usual Suspects. He owns a production company, Bad Hat Harry Productions, which produces House and works in television, film, and video game media.