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Zabel, Bryce Biography




biography of Zabel, Bryce

CNN correspondent-turned-screenwriter Bryce Zabel has been the creator and show runner of prime time series, written produced feature films, run the TV Academy, taught at USC, won the WGA award, authored a book and introduced on-air such celebrities as Walter Cronkite and Tom Hanks. Every pilot ever written by Zabel that has been produced has also gone on to series. He has received the Writers Guild on-screen "created by" or "developed by" credit on five TV drama series including: NBC's Emmy-winning (main titles) science fiction series _"Dark Skies" (1996)_ (qv), FOX's African-American superhero show _"M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994)_ (qv); the syndicated comic/film adaptation _"The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998)_ (qv), CTV's newsroom drama _"E.N.G." (1989)_ (qv) and CBS's medical franchise _"Kay O'Brien" (1986)_ (qv). His other series work includes _"L.A. Law" (1986)_ (qv); _"Life Goes On" (1989)_ (qv) and _"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993)_ (qv). Three of his series have been major DVD box set releases. In 2008, Zabel received the Writers Guild of America (WGA) award for writing his third four-hour Hallmark mini-series, _Pandemic (2007)(mini)_, the story of a killer influenza which forces the quarantine of Los Angeles. HIs other mini-series work includes the Hallmark pirate adventure _"Blackbeard" (2006) (mini)_, and NBC's _The Poseidon Adventure (2005) (TV)_ (qv). From 2001 to 2003, Zabel served as Chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the first writer/producer elected to this position since his boyhood idol, 'Rod Serling' (qv). He presided over the most tumultuous and transformational time in Academy history, taking office at a time when 9/11 forced the cancellation of the prime time Emmys not once, but twice. He also led the negotiations which resulted in a 250% increase in the Emmy telecast license fee. Previously, he served on the Writers Guild Board of Directors. In the world of features and long-form, he has received writing credit on two produced films, _Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)_ (qv) (which opened as #1 at the box office) and the Disney animated film, _Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)_ (qv). His spec script _Official Denial (1994) (TV)_ (qv) became the first original movie produced by the SyFy Channel. He also launched the "Unsolved Mysteries" movie franchise with an NBC film, _Victim of Love: The Shannon Mohr Story (1993) (TV)_ (qv). Prolific as a writer on his own, Zabel has also worked in collaboration with other writers over the years, including Marvel Comics legend 'Stan Lee (I)' (qv), multi-award winning TV writer/producer 'David E. Kelley (I)' (qv), _"Babylon 5" (1994)_ (qv) creator 'J. Michael Straczynski' (qv), his own wife 'Jackie Zabel' (qv) and feature writer 'Brent V. Friedman' (qv). He became a book author in 2010 with the publication of A.D. After Disclosure: The People's Guide to Life After Contact, written in collaboration with UFO historian Richard M. Dolan. Twice nominated by the WGA for outstanding screen-writing, Zabel's work has also been nominated by the Mystery Writers of America, Environmental Media Association and LA Area Emmy Awards. His nominated work includes the fan-favorite _"L.A. Law" (1986)_ (qv) where 'Jimmy Smits' (qv)' character defends baby-killers who get away with murder and the _"Dark Skies" (1996)_ (qv) pilot about the Kennedy assassination which launched the NBC Saturday night programming concept. Zabel began his career as a television news reporter in both Oregon and Arizona. He came to Los Angeles as an on-air correspondent for CNN where he covered presidential campaigns and space shuttle landings, among other stories. He met his wife in the office of the LA mayor during a news conference. As an on-air PBS reporter, he won several awards of his own for investigative journalism. He was one of the original group of producer/directors on ABC's cutting edge reality magazine series, "Eye on LA". Zabel started his screen-writing career by combining that passion for journalism and television into his first script, _"E.N.G." (1989)_ (qv) and it changed his life. The spec pilot about "electronic news gathering" (TV news) launched 108 episodes of the hour drama for the CTV network, led to an overall development deal as a writer/producer for Orion TV. Zabel is an accomplished public speaker, appearing on each of the three Emmy shows in which he served as the TV Academy leader. He has also been a guest on The Today Show, _"Good Morning America" (1975)_ (qv), _"Politically Incorrect" (1993)_ (qv), _"Entertainment Tonight" (1981)_ (qv), _"Access Hollywood" (1996)_ (qv), etc. and been quoted in Time, USA Today, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post. As an essayist, he has written for Daily Variety, Television Week, The Los Angeles Times, the WGA's Written By and Emmy Magazine. Aside from his Emmy activities, in the world of "live" production, he recently produced a three-hour comedy/musical stage show hosted by 'Fred Willard' (qv) before 1100 dinner guests to launch the University of Oregon's $600-million fund-raising campaign. He also served as an adjunct professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, teaching a graduate level producing class, "Produce or Perish." He is a member of the DGA, WGA, AFTRA and ATAS. Zabel attended high school in Hillsboro, Oregon and college at the University of Oregon in Eugene where he graduated with a BA degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Morse Taylor



-   'Jackie Zabel' (qv) (23 June 1984 - present); 3 children


-   Chairman/CEO, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

-   (2000) Elected to Writers Guild of America Board of Directors.

-   Came to Los Angeles originally as an on-air correspondent for CNN.

-   Launched hour dramas on ABC, CBS, NBC and FBC.

-   All produced TV pilots have gone to series.

-   Introduced 'Tom Hanks' (qv) on the 2002 Emmy Awards, and 'Walter Cronkite' (qv) on the 2003 Emmy Awards.

-   In 1991, Zabel was hired to write the pilot script "No Limits" for Michael Filerman Productions and FBC. After "Melrose Place" aired in 1992, producer Filerman filed a claim which was ultimately settled. During and after, Zabel continued to work on other projects for FBC.

-   Kicked-off a $600-million fund-raising campaign for his alma mater the University of Oregon when he produced a three-hour music-comedy-variety show on an indoor football field which was converted into a Hollywood awards ceremony.

-   Father was a World War II veteran and history teacher of "American Problems." The Harvey J. Zabel scholarship was created in his memory and is awarded to this day.

-   Worked on multiple projects with Stan Lee after first collaborating on an NBC television pilot, "Missing Link.".

-   He and Rod Serling are the only writers ever to be elected to lead the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

-   His son, Jonathan, played "Young Jay Leno" on "The Tonight Show" over a period of several years.

-   While researching his first TV series about a New York surgeon, scrubbed in and observed a real nine-hour surgery for a gunshot victim at New York's Bellevue Hospital.

-   Created "Movie Smackdown!" -- an Internet film review concept which compares movies in the theaters against similar films out on DVD and declares a winner -- writing his own reviews and editing those of a dozen other critics.

-   Won multiple awards for Investigative Journalism for his work at the Los Angeles PBS station, KCET, for a report about an eye doctor who performed unnecessary cataract surgeries on the elderly.

-   Optioned material which won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Journalism a full nine-months before it won the award. The material became "Fall From Grace," a script for USA Network.

-   On "Lois & Clark," wrote the episode where Clark first returned to Smallville and had his first brush with Kryptonite. "The Green, Green Glow of Home" was voted a fan favorite from the first season.

-   In Germany, taught a "Writers Room" for MediaXchange at Action Concept in Cologne where aspiring German television writers worked to apply the lessons of United States TV to their own market.

-   Introduced Jon Stewart at a special Academy of Television Arts & Sciences event celebrating "The Daily Show" held in New York City.

-   Sold classic editions of Marvel Comics, like Spiderman #1 and X-Men #1, to finance a college trip to Europe that he never took.

-   Twice invited to the White House to consult on television issues during his tenure as chairman of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

-   Producer Aaron Spelling and Universal optioned the first script written by Bryce and Jackie Zabel as a husband/wife writing team, "Labor of Love." The script, about a pregnancy, was written while they were pregnant with their first child.


-   We searched high and low to find the funniest people in California who weren't running for governor. It wasn't easy, but we've found a dozen of them and, the best thing is, none of them are going to ask you for a campaign contribution.

-   Many millions of viewers from more than 90 different nations are watching tonight. They see us exercising our freedom to assemble, and proclaiming the fundamental ideal that inspires all artists, freedom of expression. So let history record that the 53rd Annual Emmy Awards stood up to fear, stood up to hate, and celebrated the American spirit.


-   "Starlog" (USA), November 1996, Iss. 232, by: Bill Florence, "The Conspiracy of History"

-   "Hollywood Scriptwriter" (USA), October 1992, Iss. #148, pg. 1-10, by: Kerry Cox, "BRYCE ZABEL: He Just May Be The Busiest "Unknown" Writer In Town!"


-   "New York Times" (USA), 1 December 2008, Vol. NY Edition, Iss. B1, pg. 1, by: Tim Arango, "World Falls for American Media, Even as It Sours on America"

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 31 March 2008, by: Bashirah Muttalib, "Oregon Offerings: Pacific Northwest Entices Filmmakers"

-   "Los Angeles Times Magazine" (USA), 19 September 2004, pg. 16-17, 30-31, by: Bryce Zabel, ""The End of Television As We Know It""

-   "TV Week" (USA), 15 September 2003, pg. p. 15, by: James Hibberd, "A Host of Comics"

-   "TV Week" (USA), 2 June 2003, pg. p. 9, by: Alex Ben Block, "Bryce Zabel: Agent Of Change"

-   "The Hollywood Reporter" (USA), 29 May 2003, pg. 1, 32, by: Steve Brennan, ""No 2nd Term: Zabel Elects to 'Step Back'""

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 29 May 2003, pg. 1, 21, by: Michael Schneider and Josef Adalian, ""No Rerun for ATAS""

-   "Los Angeles Times, Calendar Weekend" (USA), 29 May 2003, pg. p. E6, by: Brian Lowry, "TV Academy Chair Won't Seek 2nd Term"

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 28 May 2003, pg. A15-A16, by: Bruce Shutan, ""New Wheel Deal Gives Acad 'Endless' Options""

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 4 April 2003, pg. 3, by: Michael Schneider and Jill Feiwell, ""HBO Tapping Talent from Apted to Zabel""

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 4 April 2003, Vol. 278, Iss. 67, pg. p. 3, by: Michael Schneider and Jill Feiwell, "HBO Tapping Talent From Apted to Zabel"

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 5 January 2003, Vol. 278, Iss. 9, pg. p. 84, by: Bryce Zabel, "TV Channel Would Brand U.S. Abroad"

-   "Electronic Media" (USA), 16 September 2002, pg. 1, 15, by: Michael Freeman, ""Emmys to Nets: More $$""

-   "Electronic Media" (USA), 19 November 2001, pg. 9, 18, by: Bryce Zabel, ""Television and the War on Terrorism""

-   "Daily Variety" (USA), 1 October 2001, Vol. 273, Iss. 21, pg. p. 5, by: Michael Schneider, "Emmys Add East Coast Dimension"

-   "L.A. Times" (USA), 2 May 2001, pg. 1, by: James Bates and Claudia Eller, "Writers, Studios Press Toward Deal"

-   "Written By" (USA), May 2001, pg. 54-55, by: Bryce Zabel, ""Board Confidential: An Insider's Guide to the Board of Directors""

-   "Emmy" (USA), December 1999, Vol. XXI, Iss. 6, pg. 64, by: Bryce Zabel, ""The Millennium Will Be Televised""

-   "Emmy" (USA), October 1999, Vol. XXI, Iss. 5, pg. 16-17, by: Bryce Zabel, ""On Violence""

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Written

  1. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) {Home (#1.4)} (writer)
  2. "The Round Table" (1992) {Do Me! (#1.6)} (writer)
  3. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {The Great Dying (#1.5)} (written by)
  4. Chasing a Dream (2009) (TV) (written by) <1,1,1>
  5. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Death Rays (#1.1)} (written by)
  6. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Doomsday (#1.3)} (written by)
  7. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Panic in the Sky (#1.4)} (written by)
  8. Let's Do It (2008) {{SUSPENDED}} (written by)
  9. Pandemic (2007) (TV) (written by) <1,1,1>
  10. Blackbeard (2006) (TV) (written by) <1,1,1>
  11. The Poseidon Adventure (2005) (TV) (teleplay) <2,1,1>
  12. Atlantis: Milo's Return (2003) (V) (characters) (uncredited)
  13. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) (story) <2,3,1>
  14. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Birds of a Feather (#1.15)} (writer)
  15. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Before I Wake (#1.9)} (writer)
  16. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Get a Life (#1.3)} (written by)
  17. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Souled Out (#1.2)} (writer)
  18. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {The Soul Can't Rest (#1.1)} (writer)
  19. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Voices (#1.5)} (developed by)
  20. "Dark Skies" (1996) {To Prey in Darkness (#1.17)} (written by)
  21. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Bloodlines (#1.19)} (creator)
  22. "Dark Skies" (1996) {White Rabbit (#1.13)} (creator)
  23. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Bloodlines (#1.19)} (written by)
  24. "Dark Skies" (1996) {White Rabbit (#1.13)} (written by)
  25. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Both Sides Now (#1.16)} (creator)
  26. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Burn, Baby, Burn (#1.15)} (creator)
  27. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997) (screenplay) <3,1,2>
  28. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Shades of Gray (#1.14)} (creator)
  29. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Strangers in the Night (#1.18)} (creator)
  30. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Enemy Within (#1.11)} (creator)
  31. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Enemy Within (#1.11)} (story)
  32. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Last Wave (#1.10)} (creator)
  33. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Warren Omission (#1.12)} (creator)
  34. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Warren Omission (#1.12)} (written by)
  35. "Dark Skies" (1996) {To Prey in Darkness (#1.17)} (creator)
  36. "Dark Skies" (1996) (creator)
  37. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Ancient Future (#1.7)} (creator)
  38. "Dark Skies" (1996) {We Shall Overcome (#1.9)} (creator)
  39. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Ancient Future (#1.7)} (story)
  40. "Dark Skies" (1996) {We Shall Overcome (#1.9)} (written by)
  41. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Dark Days Night (#1.4)} (creator)
  42. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Dark Days Night (#1.4)} (story)
  43. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Dreamland (#1.5)} (creator)
  44. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Hostile Convergence (#1.8)} (creator)
  45. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Hostile Convergence (#1.8)} (story)
  46. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Inhuman Nature (#1.6)} (creator)
  47. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Mercury Rising (#1.3)} (creator)
  48. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Moving Targets (#1.2)} (creator)
  49. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Moving Targets (#1.2)} (written by)
  50. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Awakening (#1.1)} (creator)
  51. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Awakening (#1.1)} (written by)
  52. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Progenitor (#1.16)} (writer)
  53. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {All Shook Up (#1.12)} (teleplay)
  54. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Days of Rage (#1.3)} (writer)
  55. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {First Steps (#1.1)} (writer)
  56. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Gloves Off (#1.6)} (teleplay) <2,1,1>
  57. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Revelation (#1.11)} (writer)
  58. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Thou Shalt Not Kill (#1.10)} (writer)
  59. Official Denial (1994) (TV) (written by) <1,1,1>
  60. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Strange Visitor (From Another Planet) (#1.2)} (writer) <3,1,1>
  61. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The Green, Green Glow of Home (#1.8)} (writer) <9,1,1>
  62. Victim of Love: The Shannon Mohr Story (1993) (TV) (written by) <1,1,1>
  63. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) (episode "Homecoming")
  64. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Hello, Goodbye (#3.2)} (writer)
  65. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Do the Wrong Thing (#2.9)} (writer) <2,1,1>
  66. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Do No Harm (#2.5)} (writer) <2,1,1>
  67. "L.A. Law" (1986) {Justice Swerved (#4.17)} (written by) <1,1,2>
  68. "Dallas" (1978) {Unchain My Heart (#13.15)} (written by)
  69. "E.N.G." (1989) (creator)
  70. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Dirty Laundry} (writer)
  71. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Surrogate} (writer)
  72. "E.N.G." (1989) {E.N.G. Pilot: Part 1 (#1.1)} (writer)
  73. "E.N.G." (1989) {E.N.G. Pilot: Part 2 (#1.2)} (writer)
  74. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) (creator)
  75. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Princess of the City (#1.7)} (creator)
  76. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Reunion (#1.12)} (creator)
  77. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Stop and Smell the Linen (#1.13)} (creator)
  78. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Taking the Heat (#1.4)} (creator)
  79. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Wreck the Halls (#1.10)} (creator)
  80. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Wreck the Halls (#1.10)} (writer)
  81. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {A Foreign Concept (#1.5)} (creator)
  82. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {A Foreign Concept (#1.5)} (writer)
  83. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Behind Closed Doors (#1.9)} (creator)
  84. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Big Vacation (#1.3)} (creator)
  85. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Dollars and Sense (#1.8)} (creator)
  86. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Don't Bother Kayo It's Chinatown (#1.2)} (creator)
  87. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Don't Bother Kayo It's Chinatown (#1.2)} (writer)
  88. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Kayo on Call (#1.1)} (creator)
  89. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Kayo on Call (#1.1)} (writer)
  90. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Lesson Learned (#1.6)} (creator)
  91. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Little White Lies (#1.11)} (creator)

Movies Produced

  1. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) {(#1.1)} (supervising producer)
  2. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) {Home (#1.4)} (supervising producer)
  3. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Fire & Ice (#1.7)} (consulting producer)
  4. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {The Great Dying (#1.5)} (consulting producer)
  5. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Death Rays (#1.1)} (consulting producer)
  6. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Doomsday (#1.3)} (consulting producer)
  7. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Hell on Earth (#1.2)} (consulting producer)
  8. "Animal Armageddon" (2009) {Panic in the Sky (#1.4)} (consulting producer)
  9. Let's Do It (2008) {{SUSPENDED}} (producer)
  10. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Disclosure (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  11. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {It's a Wonderful Death (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  12. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Lazarus Rising (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  13. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Never Say Die (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  14. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {The People vs. Eric Draven (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  15. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {A Gathering Storm (#1.22)} (executive producer)
  16. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Birds of a Feather (#1.15)} (executive producer)
  17. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Brother's Keeper (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  18. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Closing Time (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  19. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Dead to Rights (#1.21)} (executive producer)
  20. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {The Road Not Taken (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  21. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Through a Dark Circle (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  22. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Death Wish (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  23. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Double Take (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  24. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Get a Life (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  25. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Give Me Death (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  26. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Like It's 1999 (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  27. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Solitude's Revenge (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  28. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Souled Out (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  29. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Before I Wake (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  30. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {The Soul Can't Rest (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  31. "The Crow: Stairway to Heaven" (1998) {Voices (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  32. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Ghost of the Ice (#1.22)} (co-executive producer)
  33. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Ancestral Evil (#1.21)} (co-executive producer)
  34. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Shades of Gray (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  35. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Strangers in the Night (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  36. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Enemy Within (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  37. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Last Wave (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  38. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Warren Omission (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  39. "Dark Skies" (1996) {To Prey in Darkness (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  40. "Dark Skies" (1996) {White Rabbit (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  41. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Bloodlines (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  42. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Both Sides Now (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  43. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Burn, Baby, Burn (#1.15)} (executive producer)
  44. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Inhuman Nature (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  45. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Mercury Rising (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  46. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Moving Targets (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  47. "Dark Skies" (1996) {The Awakening (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  48. "Dark Skies" (1996) {We Shall Overcome (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  49. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Ancient Future (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  50. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Dark Days Night (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  51. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Dreamland (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  52. "Dark Skies" (1996) {Hostile Convergence (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  53. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Fast Forward (#1.19)} (co-executive producer)
  54. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Progenitor (#1.16)} (co-executive producer)
  55. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Spider in the Tower (#1.20)} (co-executive producer)
  56. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Switches (#1.17)} (co-executive producer)
  57. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Delusionist (#1.18)} (co-executive producer)
  58. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Sea Wasp (#1.15)} (co-executive producer)
  59. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Days of Rage (#1.3)} (co-executive producer)
  60. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Faces in the Mask (#1.14)} (co-executive producer)
  61. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Fire in the Heart (#1.9)} (co-executive producer)
  62. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {First Steps (#1.1)} (co-executive producer)
  63. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Revelation (#1.11)} (co-executive producer)
  64. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Soldier of Misfortune (#1.5)} (co-executive producer)
  65. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Tango Blue (#1.2)} (co-executive producer)
  66. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Black Dragon (#1.7)} (co-executive producer)
  67. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Eyes Beyond (#1.13)} (co-executive producer)
  68. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Thou Shalt Not Kill (#1.10)} (co-executive producer)
  69. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Through the Dark Circle (#1.12)} (co-executive producer)
  70. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The House of Luthor (#1.21)} (supervising producer)
  71. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {To Prey in Darkness (#1.8)} (co-executive producer)
  72. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The Ides of Metropolis (#1.15)} (supervising producer)
  73. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The Rival (#1.17)} (supervising producer)
  74. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Vatman (#1.18)} (supervising producer)
  75. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Witness (#1.13)} (supervising producer)
  76. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Cease Fire (#1.4)} (co-executive producer)
  77. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {All Shook Up (#1.12)} (supervising producer)
  78. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Barbarians at the Planet (#1.20)} (supervising producer)
  79. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Fly Hard (#1.19)} (supervising producer)
  80. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Foundling (#1.16)} (supervising producer)
  81. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Illusions of Grandeur (#1.14)} (supervising producer)
  82. Official Denial (1994) (TV) (co-producer)
  83. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Pheromone, My Lovely (#1.10)} (supervising producer)
  84. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Requiem for a Superhero (#1.5)} (supervising producer)
  85. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Smart Kids (#1.7)} (supervising producer)
  86. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Strange Visitor (From Another Planet) (#1.2)} (supervising producer)
  87. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The Green, Green Glow of Home (#1.8)} (supervising producer)
  88. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {The Man of Steel Bars (#1.9)} (supervising producer)
  89. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Honeymoon in Metropolis (#1.11)} (supervising producer)
  90. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {I'm Looking Through You (#1.4)} (supervising producer)
  91. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {I've Got a Crush on You (#1.6)} (supervising producer)
  92. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) {Neverending Battle (#1.3)} (supervising producer)
  93. "The Round Table" (1992) (consulting producer)
  94. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) {Eva (#1.2)} (supervising producer)
  95. "The Fifth Corner" (1992) {Sword of Democles (#1.3)} (supervising producer)
  96. Willow: The Making of an Adventure (1988) (TV) (producer)
  97. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {A Foreign Concept (#1.5)} (co-producer)
  98. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Behind Closed Doors (#1.9)} (co-producer)
  99. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Big Vacation (#1.3)} (co-producer)
  100. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Dollars and Sense (#1.8)} (co-producer)
  101. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Don't Bother Kayo It's Chinatown (#1.2)} (co-producer)
  102. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Kayo on Call (#1.1)} (co-producer)
  103. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Lesson Learned (#1.6)} (co-producer)
  104. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Little White Lies (#1.11)} (co-producer)
  105. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Princess of the City (#1.7)} (co-producer)
  106. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Reunion (#1.12)} (co-producer)
  107. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Stop and Smell the Linen (#1.13)} (co-producer)
  108. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Taking the Heat (#1.4)} (co-producer)
  109. "Kay O'Brien" (1986) {Wreck the Halls (#1.10)} (co-producer)

Misc

  1. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Ghost of the Ice (#1.22)} (developer)
  2. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Ancestral Evil (#1.21)} (developer)
  3. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Delusionist (#1.18)} (developer)
  4. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Sea Wasp (#1.15)} (developer)
  5. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Progenitor (#1.16)} (developer)
  6. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Spider in the Tower (#1.20)} (developer)
  7. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Switches (#1.17)} (developer)
  8. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Fast Forward (#1.19)} (developer)
  9. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Eyes Beyond (#1.13)} (developer)
  10. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Thou Shalt Not Kill (#1.10)} (developer)
  11. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Through the Dark Circle (#1.12)} (developer)
  12. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {To Prey in Darkness (#1.8)} (developer)
  13. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Gloves Off (#1.6)} (developer)
  14. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Revelation (#1.11)} (developer)
  15. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Soldier of Misfortune (#1.5)} (developer)
  16. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Tango Blue (#1.2)} (developer)
  17. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {The Black Dragon (#1.7)} (developer)
  18. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Cease Fire (#1.4)} (developer)
  19. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Days of Rage (#1.3)} (developer)
  20. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Faces in the Mask (#1.14)} (developer)
  21. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {Fire in the Heart (#1.9)} (developer)
  22. "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) {First Steps (#1.1)} (developer)
  23. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Hearts & Flowers (#3.18)} (executive story editor)
  24. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Jerry's Deli (#3.13)} (executive story editor)
  25. "Life Goes On" (1989) {More Than Friends (#3.20)} (executive story editor)
  26. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Struck by Lightning (#3.12)} (executive story editor)
  27. "Life Goes On" (1989) {The Blues (#3.16)} (executive story editor)
  28. "Life Goes On" (1989) {The Fairy Tale (#3.17)} (executive story editor)
  29. "Life Goes On" (1989) {The Room (#3.14)} (executive story editor)
  30. "Life Goes On" (1989) {The Wall (#3.15)} (executive story editor)
  31. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Confessions (#3.21)} (executive story editor)
  32. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Consenting Adults (#3.22)} (executive story editor)
  33. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Corky's Romance (#3.19)} (executive story editor)
  34. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Dueling Divas (#3.7)} (executive story editor)
  35. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Hello, Goodbye (#3.2)} (executive story editor)
  36. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Invasion of the Thatcher Snatchers (#3.8)} (executive story editor)
  37. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Life After Death (#3.6)} (executive story editor)
  38. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Loaded Question (#3.9)} (executive story editor)
  39. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Out of the Mainstream (#3.3)} (executive story editor)
  40. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Sweet 16 (#3.5)} (executive story editor)
  41. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Courting Disaster (#2.3)} (executive story consultant)
  42. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Do No Harm (#2.5)} (executive story consultant)
  43. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Do the Wrong Thing (#2.9)} (executive story consultant)
  44. "Equal Justice" (1990) {End Game (#2.2)} (executive story consultant)
  45. "Life Goes On" (1989) {The Smell of Fear (#3.11)} (executive story editor)
  46. "Equal Justice" (1990) {In Confidence (#2.4)} (executive story consultant)
  47. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Opening Farewell (#2.11)} (executive story consultant)
  48. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Toast (#3.1)} (executive story editor)
  49. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Part of the Plan (#2.7)} (executive story consultant)
  50. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Triangles (#3.10)} (executive story editor)
  51. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Sleeping with the Enemy (#2.1)} (executive story consultant)
  52. "Equal Justice" (1990) {The Big Game and Other Crimes (#2.6)} (executive story consultant)
  53. "Equal Justice" (1990) {The Devil His Due (#2.13)} (executive story consultant)
  54. "Equal Justice" (1990) {Without Prejudice (#2.10)} (executive story consultant)
  55. "Life Goes On" (1989) {Armageddon (#3.4)} (executive story editor)
  56. "E.N.G." (1989) (executive consultant)
  57. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Dirty Laundry} (executive story consultant)
  58. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Life's Too Short (#1.3)} (executive story editor)
  59. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Sex and Vilolence} (executive story consultant)
  60. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {Surrogate} (executive story consultant)
  61. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {The Aftermath (#1.2)} (executive story consultant)
  62. "Studio 5-B" (1989) {The Perfect View (#1.5)} (executive story consultant)
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