Robert Hull

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Robert Hull
Robert Hull Comic Con 2012.jpg
Hull at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con
Born United States
Other names Robby Hull
Occupation Television producer, television writer
Years active 1997-present

Robert Hull is an American television writer and producer.

He is well known for his work on The CW Television Network drama/Mystery "Veronica Mars" and "Gossip Girl" as well as the Fox Television Network/Bad Robot drama "Alcatraz" produced by J.J. Abrams, the ABC fantasy/mystery series Once Upon a Time[1], and "Gotham."[2]

Career[edit]

He got his start producing the crime film Nether World, starring W. Morgan Sheppard and Mark Sheppard that premiered in competition at the Stockholm International Film Festival, before writing and producing the award winning documentary "The Other Hollywood" that was distributed by IFC. In 2006 he turned his attention to television when he was hired as a writer by Rob Thomas to join his critically acclaimed drama series Veronica Mars. After completion of Veronica Mars Hull joined the ABC series Big Shots starring Michael Vartan and Dylan McDermott. [1]

In 2008, Hull boarded The CW drama Gossip Girl, as a story editor, for its second season. During the second half of season two, Hull was promoted to executive story editor. With the commencement of the fourth season Hull began serving as co-producer. When the fourth season concluded he left the show. He wrote and produced multiple episodes while working on the series.[1][3]

During summer 2011, Hull joined the Fox drama Alcatraz as a producer and writer, for its freshman and only season where he wrote multiple episodes.[1][3] After the show's cancelation, he joined the breakout hit ABC fantasy series Once Upon a Time, for its second season.[1] rising to Supervising Producer with the commencement of its third season.[1] After taking a year off to focus on development, he returned to Warner Brothers and FOX as a Co-EP on the D.C. comics hit "Gotham"[4] He is currently developing multiple film and tv projects including the tv series "Acquired"[1] at ABC.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Robert Hull CREDITS". Yahoo. Retrieved August 24, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Robert Hull". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-01-21. 
  3. ^ a b Boursaw, Jane. "ALCATRAZ". Orlando Family Magazine. Retrieved August 24, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Robert Hull". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-01-21. 

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