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Tim Minear

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Tim Minear

Tim Minear (born October 29, 1963) is an American screenwriter and director. He was born in New York, grew up in Whittier, California. He studied film at California State University, Long Beach.

Minear was an assistant director on the movie Platoon. He wrote episodes for several television series including The X-Files and Lois and Clark. He later wrote, executive-produced, and directed episodes of Strange World, Angel, Firefly, Wonderfalls, and The Inside (which he also created, with Howard Gordon).

Minear had another series, Drive, airing on FOX in April 2007, however it was cancelled by the network after only four episodes.[1] Drive was set to return with two additional episodes on July 4th, 2007, but these were rescheduled to July 13th and then cancelled.[2]

Minear often works with Joss Whedon. His work is usually includes a sharp, black humor. He is known for his ability to create characters who are sympathetic, understandable and completely wrong. The best example of this is his writing in Angel Season Two.

Credits[change | change source]

  • Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
    • 4x05 "Brutal Youth" (writer)
    • 4x11 "'Twas the Night Before Mxymas" (writer)
    • 4x14 "Meet John Doe" (writer)
    • 4x20 "I've Got You Under My Skin" (writer)
  • The X-Files
    • 5x08 "Kitsunegari" (co-writer)
    • 5x16 "Mind's Eye" (writer)
  • Strange World
    • 1x02 "Lullaby" (writer)
    • 1x04 "Spirit Falls" (co-writer)
  • Angel
    • 1x05 "Sense & Sensitivity" (writer)
    • 1x09 "Hero" (co-writer)
    • 1x11 "Somnambulist" (writer)
    • 1x15 "The Prodigal" (writer)
    • 1x19 "Sanctuary" (co-writer)
    • 2x02 "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been" (writer)
    • 2x07 "Darla" (writer/director)
    • 2x09 "The Trial" (co-writer)
    • 2x10 "Reunion" (co-writer)
    • 2x15 "Reprise" (writer)
    • 2x16 "Epiphany" (writer)
    • 2x21 "Through The Looking Glass" (writer/director)
    • 3x03 "That Old Gang of Mine" (writer)
    • 3x06 "Billy" (co-writer)
    • 3x09 "Lullaby" (writer/director)
    • 3x14 "Couplet" (co-writer/director)
    • 3x20 "A New World" (director)
    • 3x21 "Benediction" (writer/director)
    • 4x22 "Home" (writer/director)
  • Firefly
    • 1x02 "The Train Job" (co-writer)
    • 1x03 "Bushwhacked" (writer/director)
    • 1x07 "Out of Gas" (writer)
    • 1x12 "The Message" (co-writer/director)
  • Wonderfalls
    • 1x02 "Karma Chameleon" (writer)
    • 1x06 "Barrel Bear" (unaired) (co-writer)
  • The Inside
    • 1x01 "New Girl In Town" (final story & writer/director)
    • 1x06 "Thief of Hearts" (co-writer)
    • 1x10 "Little Girl Lost" (unaired in US, UK Airdate 03/17/2006) (co-writer)
    • 1x13 "Skin and Bone" (unaired) (story)

References[change | change source]

  1. Schneider, Michael (2007-04-25). "'Drive' runs out of gas". Variety. Retrieved 2007-04-26.
  2. "Drive on Fox.com". Archived from the original on 2007-09-16. Retrieved 2007-09-16.

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