Nick Santora

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Santora at the 2014 Comic-Con International

Nick Santora is a writer and producer born in Queens, New York. Santora graduated from Columbia Law School and practiced law for six years before giving up full-time practice to write and produce television.

He won the Best Screenplay of the Competition in the New York Independent International Film Festival. He has also written and/or produced The Sopranos, The Guardian, Law & Order, Prison Break, Lie To Me and he created and executive produced Beauty and the Geek. Nick also Co-wrote/Created/Executive Produced the television series Breakout Kings.

Nick also wrote and produced The Longshots [a Weinstein Co./Dimension film starring Ice Cube] and was a credited writer on the Lionsgate/Marvel film, The Punisher: War Zone.

Santora's first novel, Slip & Fall, was selected by Borders Books Stores to be the debut novel for their newly created publishing division. It was a National Best Seller. His second novel, Fifteen Digits, was published in 2012 by Little Brown's suspense/thriller imprint, Mulholland Books.

His first original comic books series, Sandstorm, was sold to DC Comics.

Prison Break (15 episodes)[edit]

Breakout Kings (23 episodes)[edit]

  1. Pilot (6 March 2011) - executive producer, (written)
  2. Collected (13 March 2011) - executive producer, (written)
  3. The Bag Man (20 March 2011) - executive producer, (written)
  4. Out of the Mouths of Babes (27 March 2011) - executive producer, (written)
  5. Queen of Hearts (3 April 2011) - executive producer
  6. Like Father, Like Son (10 April 2011) - executive producer
  7. Fun with Chemistry (17 April 2011) - executive producer,
  8. Steaks (24 April 2011) - executive producer
  9. One for the Money (1 May 2011) - executive producer
  10. Paid in Full (8 May 2011) - executive producer
  11. Off the Beaten Path (15 May 2011) - executive producer
  12. There Are Rules (22 May 2011) - executive producer, (written)
  13. Where in the World Is Carmen Vega (30 May 2011) - executive producer
  14. An Unjust Death (4 March 2012) - executive producer, (written)
  15. Round Two (11 March 2012) - executive producer
  16. Double Down (18 March 2012) - executive producer
  17. Cruz Control (25 March 2012) - executive producer
  18. Self Help (1 April 2012) - executive producer, (written)
  19. I Smell Emmy (8 April 2012) - executive producer
  20. Ain't Love (50) Grand? (15 April 2012) - executive producer
  21. SEALd Fate (22 April 2012) - executive producer
  22. Served Cold (29 April 2012) - executive producer
  23. Freakshow (29 April 2012) - executive producer

Law & Order (19 episodes)[edit]

  • 326 - Paradigm (22 September 2004) (production)
  • 327 - Dead Wives Club (22 September 2004) (produced & written)
  • 328 - The Brotherhood (29 September 2004) (production)
  • 329 - Coming Down Hard (6 October 2004) (production)
  • 330 - Gunplay (20 October 2004) (production)
  • 331 - Cut (27 October 2004) (production)
  • 332 - Gov Love (10 November 2004) (production)
  • 333 - Cry Wolf (17 November 2004) (produced & written)
  • 334 - All in the Family (24 November 2004) (production)
  • 337 - Mammon (5 January 2005) (production)
  • 338 - Ain't No Love (12 January 2005) (production)
  • 339 - Fluency (19 January 2005) (produced & written)
  • 340 - Obsession (9 February 2005) (production)
  • 342 - License to Kill (23 February 2005) (production)
  • 345 - Tombstone (13 April 2005) (production)
  • 346 - Publish and Perish (20 April 2005) (production)
  • 347 - Sport of Kings (4 May 2005) (produced & written)
  • 348 - In God We Trust (11 May 2005) (production)
  • 349 - Locomotion (18 May 2005) (production)

The Sopranos (1 episode)[edit]

  • 46 - Watching Too Much Television (27 October 2002) (written)

The Guardian (12 episodes)[edit]

  • 2.05 - Assuming the Position (22 October 2002) (written)
  • 2.09 - The Dark (26 November 2002) (written)
  • 2.11 - No Good Deed (17 December 2002) (written)
  • 2.17 - The Intersection (25 February 2003) (written)
  • 2.22 - Sensitive Jackals (6 May 2003) (written)
  • 3.02 - Big Coal (30 September 2003) (written)
  • 3.09 - Let God Sort 'Em Out (25 November 2003) (written)
  • 3.14 - All Is Mended (10 February 2004) (production)
  • 3.16 - Sparkle (24 February 2004) (production)
  • 3.17 - The Watchers (2 March 2004) (produced & written)
  • 3.20 - The Vote (20 April 2004) (production)
  • 3.21 - Blood In, Blood Out (27 April 2004) (produced & written)

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