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John Bryan Evans (John Bryan Casey) was born on 5 May, 1980 in Wrexham, United Kingdom, is a Film director, TV producer, Screenwriter, Film producer. Discover John Bryan Evans's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

Popular As John Bryan Casey
Occupation Film director, TV producer, Screenwriter, Film producer
Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 5 May 1980
Birthday 5 May
Birthplace Wrexham, United Kingdom
Nationality Welsh

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John Bryan Evans Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is John Bryan Evans worth at the age of 40 years old? John Bryan Evans’s income source is mostly from being a successful Film director. He is from Welsh. We have estimated John Bryan Evans's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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2014

For a BBC interview about the film he stated "I grew up having to watch my mum beaten and bullied by my abusive father. The film as a result became a very personal journey. With Curtains, I think I became as much as a participant as the women and support workers. With some reflexive reverting, perhaps I provided the child's point of view, the only view I have." Evans placed the dedication "For my mum" at the end of the film. In 2014 his short drama Jam Man was nominated at the Celtic Media Festival for Best Short Drama. Evans and the film where then nominated by the Royal Television Society for Best Drama. The Welsh language drama was first broadcast on Sky Arts. He then went on to produce and direct Cysgod Rhyfel (The Shadow of War) which was broadcast on S4C. The film focused on soldiers with Posttraumatic stress disorder and used the talking head accounts of war veterans who had served in Northern Ireland, the Falklands War, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq, along with highly stylised dramatic sequences written by Evans . During the film Maldwyn Jones, a Falklands veteran contributing to the film discussed the suicide of L/Sgt Dan Collins, who had struggled with PTSD after serving in Afghanistan. The film showed the video message Dan left his mother Deana who had contributed to the film. During an interview with Jason Mohammad about the film Evans stated 'The sad thing is, all too often something happens and it goes too far. Dan couldn't cope any more and felt he needed to take his own life. These almost cataclysmic events will raise the subject, but it's just really sad that something like that had to happen first'. Evans went on to make a documentary film for S4C in Afghanistan with former Royal Marine officer and Conspicuous Gallantry Cross recipient Owen Davis.

2012

Although his undergraduate degree was predominately academic Evans began making short films while studying at University. He won the 2012 Welsh Royal Television Society Best Fiction award for his graduation film Long I Stood There. His short Welsh Language film NOT was also recognised by the RTS. His step-daughter Ceri and daughter Annabel played the two young children in the film about domestic abuse which made an allegorical reference to the Welsh Not, with the former winning a number of Best Actress awards. In 2013 he made the documentary Curtains which featured on BBC Three Fresh. It focused on a Women's Aid refuge, the staff and women that had escaped domestic abuse. Evans grew up watching his mother abused by his father. After the break-up of his parents he and his siblings took their mother's surname.

1980

John Evans (born John Bryan Casey on 5 May 1980) is a Welsh film and television director, writer, and producer. He is also a former soldier. He works in the medium of both English and Welsh and produces both factual and fiction productions.

Born in Wrexham, North Wales on 5 May 1980, Evans grew up in Bangor, Gwynedd. He went to local schools Ysgol Cae Top and Ysgol Friars. His headmaster at Ysgol Cae Top was John McBryde, father of former Wales international rugby union player Robin McBryde. In 1996 Evans joined the British Army, serving as a Royal Engineer and saw service in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq After leaving the armed forces Evans attended Bangor University and studied Film. He was awarded a First Class BA(Hons) and later received a Distinction in a Film making MA.