Brett Cullen was a Gotham senator, Jackie Robinson‘s manager, and even Ghost Rider‘s surrogate father. Despite his cinematic fame as an actor, when Cullen was asked if being on the FloSho was the highlight of his career, he quickly quipped “No.”
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Cullen was the keynote speaker at the American Advertising Federation‘s (AAF) Central Region Conference recently. “This was a wonderful opportunity to speak to the Federation,” says Cullen. “I enjoyed talking about advertising from an actor and producer’s view.”
The AAF played host to leaders from 18 visiting states for their fourth annual AAF Central Region Conference. Established in 1905, the AAF is the only organization that includes members from all disciplines and career levels in advertising.
Born in Houston, Texas, he is known for his work on The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Ghost Rider (2007) and The Shallows (2016). He is married to Michele Little. They have one child.
He graduated from the University of Houston and spent four years with the Houston Shakespeare Festival. He owns a production company, with Meat Loaf, called “The Yellow Rose, Inc.”.
Cullen is a longtime friend of Dennis Quaid. They both attended the University of Houston and were drama students of Cecil Pickett.
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