Larry Brand who was Orson Wells’ P.A. and Collaborator of Legendary Roger Corman died at age 69 his credits were endless in his career.
Brand’s first job in the film industry was as a driver and production assistant for Orson Welles. Following his debut feature film, psychological thriller “Backfire” (co-written with frequent collaborator Rebecca Reynolds), he went on to write, direct, and co-star in “The Drifter,” “Masque of the Red Death” and “Overexposed” for indie producer Roger Corman.
Over the past two-and-a-half decades, his films as writer and/or director, ranging in budget from $15,000 to $15 million, have included award-winning indies “Paranoia” (1998) and “Christina” (2010), and studio productions “Hard Luck” (starring Wesley Snipes, 2006) and “Halloween: Resurrection” (starring Jamie Lee Curtis, 2002).
Article written by Aaron Friar