Bradford Winters
Bradford Winters
Personal details
Birth place New York City, New York, USA
Profession Motion picture writer and producer
Years active 1998 to present
IMDb 1056414
Role Co-Executive Producer
Seasons 1 & 2
First episode "Listen"
Last episode "Louder Than Words"
Credits 9 episodes (see below)
Bradford Winters is an American motion picture writer and producer. He is a Co-Executive Producer and writer for Boss. He has also worked on the series Oz, The Jury, The Bedford Diaries, and Borgia with Executive Producer Tom Fontana. He has been a writer and producer for Six Degrees, and Kings.


Early lifeEdit

He grew up in New York City. His brothers Dean Winters and Scott William Winters are both actors.


Bradford Winters made his television writing debut as head writer for the HBO drama series, Oz, in 1998. The show was created by Tom Fontana; which also starred both of Bradford's brothers, Dean Winters and Scott William Winters. He stayed with the series until it ended in 2003, in which he rose to the position of Executive Story Editor. After Oz's end in 2003, he wrote an episode of 10-8: Officers on Duty (2004) and later rejoined Fontana as a writer for his short lived new series, The Jury.

Winters wrote for Wanted and again rejoined Fontant, as a writer and producer for The Bedford Diaries. He wrote and was supervising producer in 2006 for Six Degrees and in 2009 for the short lived NBC drama, Kings; again, in 2011, Winters rejoined Fontana as a writer for his series, Borgia.

He joined the crew of Boss as a writer for the first season in 2011. He penned the fourth episode "Slip" and the seventh episode "Stasis". Then in 2012 became a Co-Executive Producer for the second season.



Season 1 credits
"Listen" "Reflex" "Swallow" "Slip"
"Remembered" "Spit" "Stasis" "Choose"

Co-Executive ProducerEdit

Season 2 credits
"Louder Than Words" "Through and Through" "Ablution" "Redemption" "Mania"
"Backflash" "The Conversation" "Consequence" "Clinch" "True Enough"

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