Daniel Cerone

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Daniel Cerone
Occupation Writer and producer

Daniel Cerone is a television writer and executive producer. His credits include Dexter, where he served as co-showrunner,[1] along with The Blacklist, The Mentalist, Dirty Sexy Money and Charmed. He was the co-creator of Constantine, the short-lived adaptation of the DC comics Vertigo series Hellblazer, which developed a cult following. He also created and executive produced Clubhouse, the critically acclaimed CBS baseball drama, as well as the ABC police procedural Motive.[2]


Cerone joined the writing staff of Dexter as a writer and co-executive producer for the first season in 2006. Cerone was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for Best Dramatic Series at the February 2008 ceremony for his work on the first season of Dexter.[3][4][5] Based on his creative leadership, Cerone was promoted to executive producer and co-showrunner for the second season, which won a distinguished Peabody Award. He was also nominated for a second WGA Award and a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for his work on the second season of Dexter.[6]


  • Solving Charlie: Low-level detective discovers he has a brilliant 11-year-old brother who loves solving puzzles.
  • Constantine: Co-creator of the NBC adaptation of the Vertigo comic book series Hellblazer. Worked together with David S. Goyer. Co writer of the Pilot episode and writer of Episode 6: Rage of Caliban