Frank Spotnitz
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Frank Spotnitz served on "The X-Files" for eight of its nine seasons, including four years as Executive Producer and three years as President of Chris Carter's Ten Thirteen Productions. More recently, Spotnitz developed a "reimagining" of the classic "Night Stalker" TV movies. The series had a short run on ABC in 2005. Joining "The X-Files" as a writer in 1994, Spotnitz quickly became involved not only in developing the series' stand-alone episodes, but its elaborate 'mythology' storyline dealing with government conspiracies and aliens. Spotnitz went on to direct two episodes and write or co-write more than 40, including the Emmy-nominated "Memento Mori" (with Carter, Vince Gilligan and John Shiban) in 1997. Spotnitz served as co-producer and co-author of the story for the feature film, "The X-Files: Fight the Future" (1998). His other credits include Co-Executive Producer of "Millennium" (1997-1999), and Executive Producer of "Harsh Realm" (1999) and "The Lone Gunmen" (2001). In 2002, he served alongside director Michael Mann as Executive Producer of the CBS series, "Robbery Homicide Division". Born in Japan, Spotnitz was educated at UCLA and the American Film Institute. Before coming to Hollywood, he worked as a newspaper and magazine writer for United Press International, the Associated Press and Entertainment Weekly, among others.

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