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      Risa Bramon Garcia

      Risa Bramon Garcia

      Highest Rated: 95% Speed (1994)

      Lowest Rated: 4% Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Montréal, Québec, Canada

      Known for having a keen eye for new talent as a notable Hollywood casting director, Risa Bramon Garcia made her feature directing debut with the 1999 comedy "200 Cigarettes." Previously, Bramon Garcia (along with casting partner Billy Hopkins) landed Madonna her breakthrough film role in 1985's "Desperately Seeking Susan." The duo were also responsible for getting Macaulay Culkin a substantial part in "Uncle Buck" (1989) and cast Sandra Bullock in her star-making turn in "Speed" (1994). Bramon Garcia worked extensively with Oliver Stone in casting several of his films, a professional relationship that resulted in her serving as associate producer as well as casting director for "Heaven & Earth" (1993) and the following year's "Natural Born Killers." On television, Bramon Garcia was responsible for the casting of the Connors in the popular ABC sitcom "Roseanne" (1988-1997), as well as several other series and specials. Additionally, she was the co-producer of the short-lived NBC comedy "Grand," and directed "A Deadly Secret: The Robert Bierer Story," an 1993 entry in the HBO series of specials "Lifestories: Families in Crisis" that featured Wil Wheaton.

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Dotting the I Producer - 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Coming of Age Producer - 2018
      No Score Yet 81% Hello, My Name Is Frank Casting - 2014
      No Score Yet 27% The Con Artist Director,
      Executive Producer
      - 2010
      57% 52% Like Mike Casting $51.4M 2002
      21% 27% Joe Somebody Casting $22.8M 2001
      15% 76% Sweet November Casting $25.2M 2001
      30% 59% 200 Cigarettes Director $6.9M 1999
      62% 89% SLC Punk Casting $299.2K 1999
      61% 68% Clay Pigeons Casting $1.8M 1998
      62% 55% Paulie Casting $27.0M 1998
      31% 34% Hard Rain Casting $19.9M 1998
      4% 16% Speed 2: Cruise Control Casting $48.1M 1997
      36% 51% Inventing the Abbotts Casting $5.9M 1997
      46% 39% The Peacemaker Casting $41.3M 1997
      88% 69% Flirting With Disaster Casting $14.8M 1996
      63% 58% Twister Casting $241.7M 1996
      No Score Yet 44% Men of War Casting - 1995
      49% 78% Dead Presidents Casting $24.1M 1995
      48% 81% Natural Born Killers Casting - 1994
      95% 76% Speed Casting $121.2M 1994
      76% 85% Benny & Joon Casting $23.1M 1993
      93% 93% True Romance Casting - 1993
      86% 89% The Joy Luck Club Casting $32.8M 1993
      49% 46% The Vanishing Casting $13.4M 1993
      80% 80% Sneakers Casting $50.6M 1992
      84% 88% JFK Casting - 1991
      14% 36% One Good Cop Casting $11.3M 1991
      75% 36% Blue Steel Casting $7.7M 1990
      72% 84% Jacob's Ladder Casting $24.8M 1990
      35% 55% Mr. Destiny Casting $15.4M 1990
      84% 76% Born on the Fourth of July Casting $68.8M 1989
      70% 86% National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation Casting $70.0M 1989
      No Score Yet 42% Stars and Bars Casting $14.9K 1988
      82% 81% Angel Heart Casting $14.4M 1987
      56% 35% Making Mr. Right Casting $444.8K 1987
      74% 72% Fatal Attraction Casting $154.0M 1987
      79% 81% Wall Street Casting $41.3M 1987
      91% 69% Something Wild Casting $6.4M 1986
      86% 79% At Close Range Casting $560.7K 1986
      84% 62% Desperately Seeking Susan Casting $24.4M 1985

      TV

      Credit
      50% 73% The Twilight Zone Director 2003