|Date of Birth||17 November 1960, Camp Zama, Japan|
Mini Bio (1)
Award-winning American writer and producer Frank Spotnitz is Chief Executive of Big Light Productions, a London-based production company. Big Light creates and oversees a diverse slate of international television series, including drama, comedy and documentaries, and has become one of the fastest-growing independent production companies in Europe. Spotnitz is currently writing and executive producing the first-season Amazon drama series, The Man in the High Castle, based on the classic alternate history novel by Philip K. Dick. It is a co-production between Big Light, Scott Free and Headline, which will debut this fall. Spotnitz recently executive produced and wrote episodes of Season 3 of Studio Canal/Tandem's international thriller Crossing Lines (2015). His other credits include Transporter: The Series (2014), Hunted (2012), Strike Back (2011), Samurai Girl (2008), Night Stalker (2005), Michael Mann's Robbery Homicide Division (2002), The Lone Gunmen (2001), Harsh Realm (2000) and Millennium (1997-1999). In 2006, Spotnitz co-wrote and created (with Vince Gilligan) a pilot for Spike TV called A.M.P.E.D. Spotnitz directed two episodes and wrote or co-wrote more than 40 episodes of The X-Files television series. He served as a producer and co-writer of both X-Files feature films, "Fight the Future" (1998) and "I Want to Believe" (2008). Spotnitz shares three Golden Globes for Best Dramatic Series and a Peabody Award for his work on The X-Files. He was also nominated for an Emmy Award for writing and three times for Outstanding Drama Series. Born in Japan, Spotnitz received a B.A. in English literature from UCLA and an M.F.A. in screenwriting from the American Film Institute. He began his career as a newspaper and magazine writer, working for the Associated Press, United Press International and Entertainment Weekly, among others.
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|Melissa Lefante||(? - present) (4 children)|