Jeremy Carver

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Jeremy Carver
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Born United States
Occupation Television writer, producer,
Years active 2004 – present
Spouse(s) Anna Fricke

Jeremy Carver is a television writer and producer, from USA, best known for his work on The CW series Supernatural, and as the co-developer of the North American version of Being Human and television adaption of the film Frequency. He is married to Being Human co-developer Anna Fricke.[1]


Carver's career began in 2004 when he served as a consulting writer on the failed television pilot Fearless, based upon the series of novels by Francine Pascal. In 2006 he wrote an episode of the CBS series Waterfront, but the series was canceled before its premiere and Carver's episode never aired.[2]

In 2007 he began work on Supernatural as a writer and story editor. He became a co-producer on the fifth season, before departing the series at the end of that year. He returned as the series' co-showrunner for the eighth season. During his three seasons on the show, Carver wrote or co-wrote eleven scripts for the series. On that show, there was a character, a writer/prophet named Chuck Shurley, who went by the pen name "Carver Edlund", a combination of Carver's last name and that of Ben Edlund, another Supernatural writer.

Following his work on Supernatural he served as an executive producer and showrunner for Syfy's Being Human, which ran for four seasons.[3] in addition, Carver also wrote, executive produced and developed Frequency.


  1. ^ Barton, Steve (January 12, 2010). "Writers Chosen for Syfy's Being Human Re-imagining". Dread Central. Retrieved March 24, 2011. 
  2. ^ Sassone, Bob (October 19, 2006). "CBS cancels The Waterfront". TV Squad. Retrieved March 24, 2011. 
  3. ^ Hibberd, James (March 17, 2011). "Syfy renews 'Being Human' for second season". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved March 24, 2011. 

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