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Brian Ian Muir, perhaps one of the most respected sculptors and artists in the industry has been working in film for over 40 years in a career spanning since 1968. As a teen Brian started a 4 year apprenticeship in woodwork and sculpture design at the Associated British Production Corporation (Elstree Studios), talent and clearly gifted Brian at ... See full bio »
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Guardians of the Galaxy
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Rogue One
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 2016 Rogue One (sculptor)
 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy (sculptor)
 2012/I Anna Karenina (sculptor)
 2012 Snow White and the Huntsman (sculptor)
 2012 Dark Shadows (sculptor)
 2009 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (sculptor - uncredited)
 2002 Die Another Day (sculptor)
 2001 Planet of the Apes (supervising sculptor: London)
 2001 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (sculptor)
 2000 Gangster No. 1 (sculptor)
 1999 Sleepy Hollow (sculptor - uncredited)
 1998 Lost in Space (sculptor)
 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies (sculptor - uncredited)
 1997 The Saint (sculptor - uncredited)
 1996 Loch Ness (sculptor)
 1995 GoldenEye (sculptor - uncredited)
 1988 Willow (sculptor)
 1987 The Princess Bride (sculptor - uncredited)
 1985 Young Sherlock Holmes (sculptor)
 1985 Return to Oz (sculptor - uncredited)
 1985 A View to a Kill (sculptor - uncredited)
 1983 Krull (sculptor - uncredited)
 1983 Octopussy (sculptor - uncredited)
 1982 The Dark Crystal (modeller - as Brian Ian Muir)
 1981 Dragonslayer (sculptor)
 1981 For Your Eyes Only (sculptor - uncredited)
 1981 Clash of the Titans (sculptor - uncredited)
 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark (sculptor - uncredited)
 1981 Excalibur (sculptor - uncredited)
 1981 Sphinx (sculptor)
 1980 The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (TV Movie) (modeller)
 1979 Alien (sculptor - uncredited)
 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me (sculptor - uncredited)
 1977 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (sculptor - uncredited)
 1976 The Eagle Has Landed (sculptor - uncredited)
 1969 Captain Nemo and the Underwater City (sculptor - uncredited)
 1968-1969 The Avengers (TV Series) (sculptor - 33 episodes)
- Bizarre (1969) ... (sculptor - uncredited)
- Take-Over (1969) ... (sculptor - uncredited)
- Requiem (1969) ... (sculptor - uncredited)
- Thingumajig (1969) ... (sculptor - uncredited)
- Homicide and Old Lace (1969) ... (sculptor)
 1968 Alexander the Great (TV Movie) (sculptor)
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Although I had a secure job and was told that it may only be 6 weeks work on Star Wars, I felt it was worth the risk as I would be back doing the work I loved. As it turned out I was on the production for 5 months and the gamble certainly paid off!


Responsible for sculpting the original Darth Vader mask in 1976 for Star Wars (1977) from reference artwork by Ralph McQuarrie, Norman Reynolds and John Mollo. See more »

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