James Duff (writer)
September 3, 1955 |
New Orleans, Louisiana
|Occupation||Playwright, television series creator|
|Spouse||Phillip P. Keene (2013-present)|
James Duff (born September 3, 1955) is an American television writer, producer and director. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and has written plays and television screenplays. He is credited as the creator of the TV series The Closer and Major Crimes.
- The Closer (Head writer/showrunner)
- The D.A.
- Felicity (episode: "My Best Friend's Wedding")
- The Agency
- Wolf Lake
- The War at Home (directed by Emilio Estevez) (based on Duff's play Homefront)
- Betrayed: A Story of Three Women (directed by William A. Graham)
- 919 Fifth Avenue
- Without a Kiss Goodbye (directed by Noel Nosseck)
- A Song for You (directed by Ken Martin)
- Doing Time on Maple Drive
- The Closer (executive producer)
- The D.A. (executive producer)
- The War at Home (producer)
- Texas Graces (co-executive producer),
- Long Island Fever (co-executive producer)
Awards and nominations
- Hale, Mike (August 12, 2012). "The New Boss, Not the Same as the Old Boss 'Major Crimes' Replaces 'The Closer' on TNT". The New York Times.
- Hernandez, Greg. ""Major Crimes" cast member Phillip Keene marries". Greg In Hollywood. Retrieved January 14, 2014.
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