Mini Bio (1)
He has written, produced, directed or supervised nearly 170 hours of documentary programming, and has won 19 international awards for his work. These include the prestigious CINE Special Jury Award for Best Broadcast Historical Program of 2003, network or cable, awarded for his pilot episode of the series, "The Color of War." He wrote "Seven Signs of the Apocalypse," a two-hour documentary special for the History Channel.
Previously, he was Executive Producer and head writer of the seven-hour series "Showdown: Air Combat," for the Discovery Military Channel. He was the Series Producer of the 17-hour "The Color of War" series and the 35-hour "The Great Ships" series for the History Channel.
He wrote, produced and directed the 90-minute special "The Crash of Flight 191" for the History Channel, and co-wrote "The Long March," a two-hour special for History International.
He also wrote or produced 11 episodes of the Biography series for A&E, that included programs on Michelangelo, George Washington, and Benjamin Franklin.
In the realm of fiction, Lee Fulkerson co-wrote the screen story "Ascent" in the television drama series "The Dead Zone" for the USA Television Network.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Forks Over Knives Website