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Thomas L. Moran

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It's not often that someone goes from teaching junior high school to becoming an award-winning television executive, but Minnesota native Thomas L. Moran did just that. After moving to California to teach in Los Angeles, Moran landed a gig as a freelance writer and story editor for the hour-long 1999 CBS legal drama "Family Law." During his three years on the show, he was eventually promoted to co-producer before the show was canceled. Series executive producer David Shore brought Moran on-board as a writer and co-producer for his new show, 2002's "Hack," an hour-long drama about an ex-cop-turned-crime-fighting-cabbie. When the show was axed after two seasons, the ex-teacher rebounded as a writer/producer for the 2003 season of the CBS Donald P. Bellisario adventure/legal drama "JAG" and pulled the same duty in the 2004 spinoff "NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service." That same year, Shore hired Moran away to write for his Fox mystery/medical drama "House M.D"-- a fruitful decision, as Moran was part of the four Outstanding Drama Series Emmy nods the show received and also the beneficiary of an individual Edgar Award nomination for the teleplay he wrote for a season two episode.



No Score Yet 68% The Good Doctor Writer 2017-2021
20% 79% Conviction Writer 2016-2017
96% 67% Battle Creek Writer 2015
90% 96% House Writer 2004-2007 2009-2011
No Score Yet 82% NCIS Writer 2004
No Score Yet 35% JAG Writer 2003-2004
20% No Score Yet Hack Writer 2002-2003
No Score Yet No Score Yet Family Law Writer 1999-2002