Josh Appelbaum

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Josh Applebaum
Josh Appelbaum by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Born United States
Occupation Screenwriter, television writer, television producer, film producer, showrunner

Josh Appelbaum is a television writer, screenwriter, showrunner and producer.[1]

He has written for shows such as Life on Mars,[1] October Road,[1] and the series Happy Town.[1]

He has also been a co-producer and screenwriter for such films as Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol.[1]

Selected filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Martial Law (1998) – writer: 1 episode
  • Profiler (1999) – writer: 1 episode
  • Early Edition (1999-2000) – writer: 2 episodes
  • Going to California (2001–2002) – writer: 3 episodes
  • The Chronicle (2002) – writer: 1 episode
  • She Spies (2002) – writer, producer: 2 episodes
  • Fastlane (2002–2003) – writer: 4 episodes, producer: 21 episodes
  • Alias (2003–2005) – writer: 7 episodes, supervising producer: 38 episodes, co-executive producer: 17 episodes
  • October Road (2007–2008) – creator, writer: 7 episodes, executive producer: 18 episodes, producer: 1 episode
  • Samurai Girl (2008) – executive producer: 6 episodes
  • Life on Mars (2008–2009) – developer, writer: 1 episode, executive producer: 17 episodes
  • Happy Town (2010) – creator, writer: 2 episodes, executive producer: 8 episodes
  • Star-Crossed (2014) – executive producer: 13 episodes
  • Zoo (2015-2016) – developer, writer: 1 episode, executive producer: 7 episodes

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