Andrew Kreisberg

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Andrew Kreisberg
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Kreisberg at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con
Education
Occupation Writer, producer
Years active 2002 - present

Andrew Kreisberg is an American television writer and producer.

Education[edit]

Kreisberg graduated from the Boston University College of Communication in 1993.[1]

Career[edit]

Television[edit]

His first job was on the short-lived animated sitcom Mission Hill.

He has written for several other series including: Justice League, The Simpsons, Hope & Faith, Boston Legal, Lipstick Jungle, Eli Stone, The Vampire Diaries, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, My Family, and Warehouse 13.

Fringe[edit]

In 2009, He joined the FOX science-fiction/horror series Fringe as a co-executive producer and writer. At the end of season one, Kreisberg left the show. He co-wrote the following episodes:

Arrow[edit]

In 2011, Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim, and Greg Berlanti began developing Arrow, a re-imagining of the comic-book character, the Green Arrow, for The CW. In January 2012, The CW picked the project up to pilot.[2] On January 31, 2012, actor Stephen Amell was cast in the titular role of Oliver Queen/Arrow.[3] On May 11, 2012, The CW officially picked Arrow up to series.[4] It premiered on October 10, 2012.[5]

Comic books[edit]

Kreisberg has written the comic book series Green Arrow and Black Canary, Batman Confidential and Justice League of America's Vibe. In 2008, Arcana Comics began publishing Helen Killer, a comic book by Kreisberg with art by Matthew Rice. In it, a college-aged Helen Keller is given a device which allows her to see and hear and which increases her physical abilities, at which point she is hired to protect the President of the United States.

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