Jeff F. King

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Jeff F. King (sometimes credited simply as Jeff King) is a Canadian screenwriter, comic writer, television producer and film director. King served as co-executive (1994–95) and then executive producer (1995–96) for the Canadian television series Due South[1] and was the co-recipient of three Gemini Awards. He then worked as the producer of the CBS show EZ Streets and as co-executive producer for Stargate SG-1.[2] His other television credits include Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Models Inc., Relic Hunter, Strange Days at Blake Holsey High, Mutant X, Dinosapien and White Collar.

As a comic writer, he created the character Telos, the decoy central antagonist-turned anti hero in DC Comics's Convergence series, which he wrote, and he is currently writing a Convergence spinoff comic focusing on the character.


  1. ^ Marsha A. Tate and Valerie Allen (2003). "Integrating Distinctively Canadian Elements into Television Drama: A Formula for Success or Failure?: The Due South Experience". Canadian Journal of Communication. 28 (1). 
  2. ^ Richmond, Ray (Mar 11, 1997). "King enthroned on 'Stargate' series". Variety. Retrieved 6 January 2012. 

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