Henry Bronchtein – Executive Producer/UPM/Director 405

  • Emmy® Award-winning Henry Bronchtein has an extensive background in directing and producing for both film and television. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, one of Bronchtein’s first projects was as an apprentice assistant director on Martin Scorsese’s Raging Bull. Additional film credits include the award-winning Enemies: A Love Story, A Perfect Murder, Addicted to Love, Weekend at Bernie’s, It Could Happen to You, Guarding Tess, Striptease, Rookie of the Year and Eddie and the Cruisers.

    Bronchtein is best known for his work as Co-Executive Producer on HBO’s The Sopranos where he received two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series. He directed four episodes of the series, two of which were also nominated for best directing DGA awards. Bronchtein also received two Producer’s Guild of America awards for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television Drama for his work on the show.

    Additional television credits include producer/director of CBS’s Hostage, co-executive producer and director on HBO’s Luck and co-executive producer of AMC's Into the Badlands. In addition to producing, Bronchtein has directed episodes of several well-known television series, including The Lottery, The Following, Burn Notice, John Doe, NYPD Blue and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He also directed episode 405 of TURN: Washington’s Spies this season.

    Bronchtein is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.