Tim Minear

Tim Minear

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Birthday: Oct 29, 1963

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

Screenwriter and director Tim Minear began his career in the mid-1980s, working as assistant director on Stuart Gordon's H.P. Lovecraft-inspired cult hit "Re-Animator" and the Penelope Spheeris action comedy "Dudes." After writing the screenplay for the 1990 black comedy "Diggin' Up Business," Minear moved from film into television with writing credits for the short-lived early '90s series "Zorro." Following a stint on the writing staff of "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" and a couple of episodes of "The X-Files," Minear began a long-held collaboration with Joss Whedon, working as a screenwriter, director and producer on Whedon's "Angel" and "Firefly." The critically-acclaimed cult favorite "Wonderfalls" followed, which Minear executive-produced alongside show creators Bryan Fuller and Todd Holland. Unfortunately, the outcry when that low-rated show was canceled was not widely repeated following the cancellation of Minear's next two efforts, "The Inside" and "Drive": outside of Minear's steadily increasing cult following, little attention was paid. Minear returned to television with 2010's comic crime drama "Terriers," starring Donal Logue.

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75% 52% 9-1-1: Lone Star Executive Producer 2020-2021
81% 80% 9-1-1 Executive Producer 2018-2021
77% 71% American Horror Story Executive Producer,
Writer
2012-2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Feud Executive Producer,
Writer
2017
100% 81% The Chicago Code Executive Producer,
Writer
2011
71% 86% Dollhouse Executive Producer 2009-2010
65% No Score Yet Drive Executive Producer,
Writer
2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Inside Executive Producer 2005
75% 100% Wonderfalls Executive Producer 2004
No Score Yet 90% Angel Director,
Writer
1999-2003
77% 97% Firefly Director,
Writer
2002
74% 86% The X-Files Writer 1998

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