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Jerry Wanek

Jerry Wanek is a producer and production designer, known for Supernatural (2005), Dark Angel (2000) and The Andromeda Strain (2008). See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Supernatural
Supernatural Producer
(2005-2017)
Dark Angel
Dark Angel Production Designer
(2000-2002)
The Andromeda Strain
The Andromeda Strain Production Designer
(2008)

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 2008-2017 Supernatural (TV Series) (co-producer - 202 episodes)
- All Along the Watchtower (2017) ... (co-producer)
- Who We Are (2017) ... (co-producer)
- There's Something About Mary (2017) ... (co-producer)
- Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes (2017) ... (co-producer)
- The Future (2017) ... (co-producer)
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Personal Quote:

[regarding meeting Connie Francis in the late 1960s] At that time the public was allowed to attend the Ed Sullivan Show dress rehearsals on Sunday afternoon. The theatre used in those days was very small and the public sat in the balcony. The main floor was only about 6 or 8 rows deep. I remember it sure looked different from what you saw on TV. Ed Sullivan didn't stand in front of the curtain as... See more »

Trivia:

A painting of him and his dog was featured in Supernatural's season 7 episode "Shut Up, Dr. Phil".

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