Peter Gould

Peter Gould

Highest Rated: 77% Too Big to Fail (2011)

Lowest Rated: 77% Too Big to Fail (2011)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Peter Gould was born in New York City. He went on to study at Sarah Lawrence College and the University of Southern California, where he created his first short film, "Dirty Little Secrets." After graduating with a Master's degree in 1990, Gould tried his hand at feature film writing, making his debut with the action-comedy movie "Double Dragon" (1994). After a second attempt at a big screen career with the romantic comedy "Meeting Daddy" (2000), which he both wrote and directed, Gould diverted his energies to television. His first major job on the small screen came with Vince Gilligan's critically acclaimed drama series "Breaking Bad" (AMC 2008-2013), on which he served as writer and, eventually, producer. Gould penned the well-regarded first season finale, titled "A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal," as well as 10 additional episodes across the span of the series' run. While attached to the program, Gould wrote the script for the TV movie "Too Big to Fail" (HBO 2011), a dramatization of the American financial crisis of 2008. Following the conclusion of "Breaking Bad," Gould and Gilligan co-created the spinoff series "Better Call Saul" (AMC 2015-), which chronicled the backstory of Bob Odenkirk's "Breaking Bad" character Jimmy McGill, a.k.a. Saul Goodman. More comic in tone than its predecessor, "Better Call Saul" earned healthy ratings and critical acclaim.




77% 76% Too Big to Fail Writer - 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Meeting Daddy Director,
- 1998


98% 96% Better Call Saul Creator,
Executive Producer,
2015-2018 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet On Story Guest 2015
96% 97% Breaking Bad Director,