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Paglia at LAX, August 2014
|Occupation||Television writer, producer, director|
|Years active||2006 - present|
Life and career
His first show business endeavour was as an assistant in feature film publicity at MGM Studios, which led to him meeting many executives. For his first script, he partnered with college friend, Andrew Cosby, and sold a spec to New Line Cinema.
In 2003, Paglia and Cosby sold their dramedy Eureka to Syfy as a pitch. In July 2006, the series premiered to critical and viewer success. Over the course of the show's six-year run and 77 episodes, Paglia contributed to 20. He made his directing debut with the fifth-season episode, "Jack of All Trades".
In summer 2014, Paglia was hired as a writer on the DC Comics produced CW superhero series The Flash. He co-wrote the series' 6th episode, "The Flash Is Born", which introduced the supervillain Girder.
Scream TV Series
- "FEATURED ENTERTAINER: JAIME PAGLIA". The Science & Entertainment Exchange. January 30, 2012. Retrieved October 13, 2014.
- "Jaime Paglia". TV.com. Retrieved October 13, 2014.
- Paglia, Jaime (August 27, 2014). "First day shooting #TheFlash ep. six starts in an hour. Co-written w/ @chris_rafferty, directed by Millicent Shelton". Twitter. Retrieved October 13, 2014.
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