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Other names  Jeffery Pinkner
Role  Television writer
Occupation  Writer, producer
Education  Pikesville High School

Years active  1996–present
Movies  The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Name  Jeff Pinkner
Shows  Fringe, Lost
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Nominations  Writers Guild of America Award for Television: New Series
Similar  Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, J H Wyman, Akiva Goldsman, James Vanderbilt

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Jeff Pinkner (born November 16, 1964) is an American television writer and producer.


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Life and career

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He graduated from Pikesville High School in Baltimore, Maryland in 1983, Northwestern University in 1987, and Harvard Law School in 1990. He is known for his work on Alias where he served as executive producer. In 2006 and 2007, he worked as an executive producer and writer for the mystery series Lost. The Lost writing staff, including Pinkner, were nominated for the Writers Guild of America (WGA) Award for Best Dramatic Series at the February 2007 ceremony for their work on the second and third seasons of Lost.

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Pinkner wrote Columbia Pictures's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 script with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. The film starred Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, and was directed by Marc Webb. It opened in the U.S. May 2014.


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In 2008, Pinkner began developing the FOX science fiction series Fringe, along with co-creators Alex Kurtzman, J. J. Abrams and Roberto Orci. Pinkner served as co-showrunner, executive producer, and writer (titles he shared with J. H. Wyman) through the show's fourth season. After the conclusion of season four, Pinkner left the series. Episodes he contributed to include:

  • "The Same Old Story" (01.02) (co-written by Orci, Abrams, and Kurtzman)
  • "The Arrival" (01.04) (co-written by Abrams)
  • "In Which We Meet Mr. Jones" (01.07) (co-written with Abrams)
  • "Bound" (02.11) (co-written by Abrams, Orci, and Kurtzman)
  • "The Road Not Taken" (01.19) (Pinkner and supervising producer J. R. Orci co-wrote the teleplay, based on a story by consulting producer Akiva Goldsman)
  • "There's More Than One of Everything" (01.20) (Pinkner and Wyman co-wrote the teleplay, based on a story by Goldsman and executive producer Bryan Burk)
  • "Night of Desirable Objects" (02.02) (co-written with Wyman)
  • "August" (02.08) (co-written by Wyman)
  • "Peter" (02.16) (Pinkner, Wyman, and supervising producer Josh Singer wrote the teleplay based on a story along with Goldsman)
  • "Brown Betty" (02.20) (co-written with Goldsman and Wyman)
  • "Over There (Part 1)" (02.22) (co-written by Wyman and Goldsman)
  • "Over There (Part 2)" (02.23) (co-written by Goldsman and Wyman)
  • "Olivia" (03.01) (co-written with Wyman)
  • "Entrada" (03.08) (co-written by Wyman)
  • "The Firefly" (03.10) (co-written with Wyman)
  • "Subject 13" (03.15) (co-written with Goldsman and Wyman)
  • "Stowaway" (03.17) (Danielle Dispaltro wrote the teleplay, based on a story from Pinkner, Wyman, and Goldsman)
  • "Lysergic Acid Diethylamide" (03.19) (Pinkner and Wyman wrote a teleplay based on a story along with Goldsman)
  • "The Day We Died" (03.22) (Pinkner and Wyman wrote a teleplay based on a story along with Goldsman)
  • "Neither Here Nor There" (04.01) (Pinkner and Wyman wrote a teleplay based on a story along with Goldsman)
  • "Subject 9" (04.04) (co-written with Goldsman and Wyman)
  • "Making Angels" (04.11) (co-written by Wyman and Goldsman)
  • "Nothing as It Seems" (04.16) (co-written with Goldsman)
  • "Letters of Transit" (04.19) (co-written by Goldsman and Wyman)
  • "Brave New World (Part 1)" (co-written by Wyman and Goldsman)
  • "Brave New World (Part 2)" (co-written by Wyman and Goldsman)
  • References

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