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Chris Brancato


Teaneck High School

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July 24, 1962 (age 61) (
Hollywood, California

Screenwriter, film producer

Los Angeles, California, United States

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Movies and TV shows
Narcos, First Wave, Species II, Hoodlum, True Blue

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Chris Brancato (born July 24, 1962) is a Hollywood writer and producer of several films and television programs. Brancato grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey and graduated from Teaneck High School. He subsequently attended and graduated from Brown University.


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Brancato wrote or was story editor for several episodes of the 1992 season of Beverly Hills, 90210. He co-wrote the X-Files episode Eve, which first aired on December 10, 1993. Brancato created and wrote Sci Fi Channel's First Wave, which aired from 1998–2001. Brancato also co-wrote the 1998 film Species II.

Brancato wrote the 1997 film Hoodlum set in crime-ridden 1930s New York City.

Brancato was executive producer of the 2002 film Stealing Harvard. Brancato was also a writer/producer for the critically acclaimed 2002–2003 television series Boomtown.

Brancato wrote two episodes during season 12 of the long-running NBC legal drama, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, titled "Branded" and "Spectacle". Brancato moved on to be executive producer/show runner/head writer for the tenth season of the USA Network police-procedural Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a show that is related to Law & Order: SVU. Brancato did a police-procedural pilot for NBC titled Blue Tilt, where he was creator/executive producer with Vincent D'Onofrio (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) and Ethan Hawke, who were also set to star in the project as well. On May 11, 2012; NBC decided not to bring it, and other pilots, to series. He created the Netflix series Narcos with Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro.

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