Chris Carter

Described by Time Magazine as a “televisionary,” Chris Carter created one of the most successful television franchises of all time with his award-winning show “The X-Files.” The show ran a remarkable nine seasons, is still seen today in over 60 countries, spawned two films as well as comic book and video game adaptations. Carter also created the shows “Millennium,” “Harsh Realm,” and “The Lone Gunmen.” The impact of Carter’s series is such that in 1997, Time Magazine named him one of “The 25 Most Influential People in America.” After a hiatus from television, Carter is about to return to the medium, helming Amazon Studios very first TV drama pilot “The After,” which he wrote and directed.

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