Mike Thompson was born in 1969 in Seattle, Washington, USA. He is a writer and producer, known for Dragonfly (2002), Love Happens (2009) and John Doe (2002).
He is writing and producing partner with Brandon Camp. Their writing credits include the newly purchased "911", a spec for Columbia. In 1998, they sold "Steinbeck's Point of View," which was being eyed as a Tom Cruise vehicle, to Bel Air Entertainment in a two-pic deal. Later that year, Bel Air purchased their pitch "Jackson". They also wrote "Dragonfly" which starred Kevin Coster and was released in 2002. Camp and Thompson were creators and executive producers on "John Doe", which ran a full season on Fox in 2002/2003.
He is from, and is a part-time resident of Seattle.
He and Brandon Camp are completing their writing/directing/producing debut of the Universal film Traveling starring Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston. [January 2008]
He and Brandon Camp are making their television debuts as writer/executive producers of the series "John Doe" premiering on FOX this September. [July 2002]