Gary Scott Thompson

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Gary Scott Thompson
Born (1959-10-07) October 7, 1959 (age 55)
Occupation Film, Television producer

Gary Scott Thompson is a screenwriter, television producer, and director. Thompson is most notable for the work he did in: The Fast and the Furious starring Vin Diesel, the sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious, Hollow Man with Kevin Bacon, the cult classic Split Second, 88 Minutes, starring Al Pacino, and K-911 and K-9: P.I..

As the creator and executive producer of NBC's hit series Las Vegas,[1] Thompson also directed 4 episodes and made a brief appearance as a psychotherapy patient. His last major project was as the show runner and executive producer Knight Rider, a reinvention of the 1980s classic.


Spending much of his childhood in American Samoa, Thompson first gained exposure to the world of entertainment as an actor, studying the craft from such actors as Powers Boothe.[citation needed] Eventually settling on writing, he received a Master of Fine Arts degree from New York University and went to work as a playwright. Thompson's theater credits include "Small Town Syndrome," "Cowboys Don't Cry" and "Private Hells." Thompson resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.



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