Bruce Zimmerman

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Bruce Zimmerman (born 11 June 1952)[1] is an American novelist, screenwriter, and television producer. Among the television series he has worked on are Criminal Minds, Desperate Housewives, CSI: NY, K-Ville, The District, Judging Amy, Reunion, So Weird, and Street Time. He has also written a number of movies for television, including the two "Inspectors" movies for Showtime.

Born in Sacramento, California,[1] Zimmerman began his writing career while living in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, a small colonial town in the mountains of Central Mexico. He published four suspense novels featuring Quinn Parker, a therapist who specializes in treating phobias: Blood Under the Bridge (1989), Thicker Than Water (1991), Full-Bodied Red (1993) and Crimson Green (1994).[1]

In 2011, he joined the writing staff of Criminal Minds, for which he has written eleven episodes so far, and now holds the rank of a co-executive producer.

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  1. ^ a b c "Bruce Zimmerman (2006). Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale. Retrieved from Biography in Context database, 2016-08-09.

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