Jeffrey Lieber

Jeffrey Lieber

Highest Rated: 60% Tuck Everlasting (2002)

Lowest Rated: 60% Tuck Everlasting (2002)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Evanston, Illinois, USA

After earning a degree in acting from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Department of Theatre, Jeffrey Lieber's early credits include co-writing the fantasy-romance film "Tuck Everlasting." He eventually pitched a series called "Nowhere" to ABC, which was conceived as a realistic drama combining "Lord of the Flies" with "Cast Away." While ABC hired Lieber to write the pilot for the show, now titled "Lost," the studio eventually turned it over to the team of J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof, who tweaked the series' tone to something more to its liking. Following an industry-wide arbitration, Lieber was recognized as co-creator of "Lost," and was among the winners of the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Dramatic Series in 2006; however, Lieber did not have further input into "Lost" beyond his initial pilot scripts. Post-"Lost," Lieber served as writer on the television movies "Hitched" and "Family Practice." He made his return to series television in 2010, writing and serving as executive producer of the CBS drama "Miami Medical" (which was co-executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer), although the show was cancelled after 13 episodes.

Filmography

Movies

Credit
60% 70% Tuck Everlasting Screenwriter $19.2M 2002

TV

Credit
No Score Yet 40% Charmed Executive Producer,
Writer
2019-2021
No Score Yet No Score Yet Don't Look Deeper Creator,
Executive Producer
2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Impulse Executive Producer 2018-2019
45% 81% Salvation Writer 2018
84% 90% The Originals Writer 2018
No Score Yet 61% NCIS: New Orleans Writer 2014-2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Necessary Roughness Executive Producer 2015 2011-2013
70% 72% Pan Am Writer 2012
57% No Score Yet The Whole Truth Writer 2010
0% 100% Miami Medical Executive Producer,
Writer
2010
85% 91% Lost Writer 2004

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