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Mazzara at Banff World Media Festival (2012)
|Born|| July 6, 1967|
New York, New York, United States
Life and career
An Italian-American, Mazzara was born in Manhattan and grew up in Queens, New York. He graduated from St. Francis Preparatory School in 1985. He attended NYU and earned a masters in English. He worked as a hospital administrator in New York before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a writer in 1998.
He was a story editor and writer for the fourth and fifth seasons of Nash Bridges. In 2002, he joined the drama series The Shield as an executive story editor and writer for its first season; was promoted to producer for the second season while continuing to write, to supervising producer for the third season, to co-executive producer for the fourth season and to executive producer for the fifth season; and left midway through the sixth season in 2006. Later in 2006 he was an executive producer on the short-lived series Standoff, and then a co-executive producer on the first season of NBC drama Life.
Mazzara left Life to create and executive produce a new series Crash, based on the Oscar-winning film of the same name, on which he served as head writer and showrunner. He left after one season, but was credited as a consulting producer for the second season premiere.
In 2009, he joined the medical drama series Hawthorne for two seasons as executive producer and writer. In 2010, he wrote his first of several episodes of the AMC series The Walking Dead, episode 1.5: "Wildfire.
|2002–2006||The Shield|| Executive story editor (2002)|
Supervising producer (2004)
Co-executive producer (2005)
Executive producer (2006–07)
Executive producer (2008)
Consulting producer (2009)
|2011||Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior||Consulting producer|
|2011–2013||The Walking Dead||Executive producer|
|1998–2000||Nash Bridges||6 episodes|
|2002–2007||The Shield||16 episodes|
|2006||Standoff||Episode: "Life Support"|
|2007||Life||Episode: "Let Her Go"|
|2008||Crash||Episode: "Episode One"|
|2010–2013||The Walking Dead||7 episodes|
|2011||Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior||2 episodes|
- ↑ John Dempsey (2008-09-26). "Starz brakes for Crash'". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117992969.html?categoryid=2522&cs=1. Retrieved 2008-10-12.
- ↑ "Filmography by TV series for Glen Mazzara". IMDb. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1185659/filmoseries#tt1520211. Retrieved 2012-12-22.
- ↑ James Hibberd (2010-07-27). "Glen Mazzara named new showrunner for 'The Walking Dead'". Entertainment Weekly. http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/07/27/glenn-mazzara/. Retrieved 2010-07-29.
- ↑ comingsoon.net (2012-12-21). "The Walking Dead Officially Renewed for Fourth Season". Comingsoon.net. http://www.comingsoon.net/news/tvnews.php?id=98311/. Retrieved 2012-12-21.
- ↑ "Damon Lindelof, Hart Hanson Among Top Showrunners Posting Termination Letters In Wake Of Failed WGA-ATA Negotiations". Deadline. https://deadline.com/2019/04/wga-ata-termination-damon-lindelof-hart-hanson-steven-deknight-alexi-hawley-tim-doyle-chrissy-pietrosh-1202595448/.
- Glen Mazzara at Internet Movie Database
- Master Class with Glen Mazzara at 2012 Banff World Media Festival
- Q&A with Glen Mazzara at 2012 Banff World Media Festival
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