R. W. Goodwin
Robert W. "Bob" Goodwin, billed as R. W. Goodwin, is an American television producer and director best known for his work as senior executive producer of The X-Files. He currently lives in Bellingham, Washington.
Work on the X-Files
Goodwin worked as Co-Executive Producer for the X-Files from 1993 through 1998. He had first met series creator Chris Carter when the two were working on separate series for NBC in the 1980s. Goodwin watched the pilot episode, met with Chris Carter, and shortly afterwards was hired as Co-Executive Producer. As Co-Executive Producer, Goodwin was chiefly responsible for all aspects of physical production on the show. He also directed a few episodes per season, usually the first and last episodes of the season.
Goodwin's work on the series ended at the end of season five when the show moved production from Vancouver to Los Angeles.
Goodwin was born in Australia, and spent most of his life in Los Angeles, before he started producing television series in Vancouver. In L.A. he performed comedy with the Credibility Gap. He later moved his family to Bellingham, Washington to be closer by. Goodwin is married to actress Sheila Larken, who played Scully's mother on the X-Files.
Producer "High Risk," with James Brolin and Anthony Quinn.
- The X-Files (1993) TV Series
- episode 1.24 The Erlenmeyer Flask (Director)
- episode 2.08 One Breath (Director)
- episode 2.25 Anasazi (Director)
- episode 3.01 The Blessing Way (Director)
- episode 3.24 Talitha Cumi (Director)
- episode 4.01 Herrenvolk (Director)
- episode 4.24 Gethsemane (Director)
- episode 5.01 Redux (Director)
- episode 5.20 The End (Director)
- "X-Files chief not moving". Vancouver Sun. April 20, 1998. Retrieved 2007-06-15.
- Hurwitz, Matt, Knowles, Chris (2008). The Complete X-Files. Insight Editions. p. 32.
- Edwards, Ted (1996). X-Files Confidential. Little, Brown and Company. p. 80.
- Show 34 - Revolt of the Fat Angel: American musicians respond to the British invaders. [Part 2] : UNT Digital Library
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