Brian Ransom Net Worth

Brian Ransom Net Worth is
$14 Million

Brian Ransom Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Brian Ransom (born June 6, 1940) was a Manitoba politician. In 1983, he unsuccessfully ran for the leadership of the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba.Ransom was born in Boissevain, Manitoba, and was educated at the University of Manitoba and the University of Alberta. He worked as a resource manager and farmer before entering public life.He was elected to the Manitoba legislature in 1977, representing the rural riding of Souris-Killarney. In that year, Sterling Lyon's Progressive Conservatives won an upset victory over Edward Schreyer's New Democrats. Following the election, Ransom was appointed Minister of Mines, Resources and Environment. Following a reorganization of cabinet in 1979, he became Minister of Natural Resources and Chairman of the Treasury Board. In January 1981, he was promoted to Minister of Finance.Ransom did not serve long in this position, as Lyon's government fell to the NDP under Howard Pawley later in the year. Ransom, who was easily re-elected in the riding of Turtle Mountain, defeating Johannson by 3,115 votes. He ran for the party's leadership in 1983 as a representative of the party's rural/conservative wing, but was defeated on the second ballot by Gary Filmon, who was then regarded as a progressive. Subsequently, supporters of Ransom would allege that the Filmon camp encouraged third-place candidate Clayton Manness to run as a means of splitting the conservative vote.Ransom did not seek re-election in 1986. He subsequently became chairman of the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board, and worked as a consultant in sustainable development.

Date Of BirthSeptember 3, 1971
Place Of BirthGeorgetown, Illinois, USA
Height6' 1" (1.85 m)
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew, Producer, Writer
Star SignVirgo
1Played drums in the popular Atlanta punk band, The Mouthbreathers from 1994-1999


1999 MTV Movie Awards1999TV Special video project coordinator
1998 MTV Movie Awards1998TV Special video project coordinator
1997 MTV Movie Awards1997TV Special documentary video project coordinator
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil1997production assistant - uncredited
Savannah1996TV Series production assistant - 5 episodes
Twelve Monkeys1995video project coordinator - uncredited
Forrest Gump1994production assistant - uncredited
The Babe1992production assistant - uncredited
The Rose and the Jackal1990TV Movie production assistant - uncredited


4th and Long2009TV Series co-producer - 1 episode
Hysterical Psycho2009co-producer
Doyle Bramhall II Live at the Great Wall of China2006TV Special documentary producer
American Sumo2006TV Movie documentary producer
Goodbye Day2003Short producer
Gil's Choice1998producer


The Blood Bond2010screenplay
American Sumo2006TV Movie documentary
The Great Wall Concert2005TV Special
Goodbye Day2003Short screenplay
Gil's Choice1998writer

Editorial Department

Hysterical Psycho2009post production supervisor
FightFuckPray2008post production supervisor

Production Manager

1997 VH1 Fashion Awards1997TV Special production manager
The Chris Rock Show1997TV Series production manager

Art Department

Road Trip2000art department production assistant - uncredited

Known for movies

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