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Mark Frost

Three-time Emmy nominee Mark Frost is an acclaimed film and television writer perhaps best known for the groundbreaking television series Twin Peaks and the 1992 film Storyville, which he wrote and directed. His Emmy nominations came in 1984 for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series for an episode of Hill Street Blues and in 1990 when he was nominated for Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series and Outstanding Drama Series for Twin Peaks.

Frost's other film credits include The Repair Shop (writer and executive producer); The Believers (screenplay and associate producer); and Scared Stiff (writer).

In addition to Hill Street Blues and Twin Peaks, his many other television credits as a writer include The Deadly Look of Love, which he also co-executive produced; the series Buddy Faro, as writer and executive producer; and the series On the Air and The Six Million Dollar Man.

Frost has also directed episodes of On the Air, Twin Peaks and Hill Street Blues.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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Mark Frost Facts

OccupationScreenwriter
BirthdayNovember 25, 1953 (63)
SignSagittarius

Selected Filmography

Not available.