Scott M. Gimple

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Scott M. Gimple
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Gimple in 2017
Born (1971-03-29) March 29, 1971 (age 47)
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, USA
Occupation Writer, producer
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Julia Wackenheim (2009–present)

Scott Milhouse Gimple (born (1971-03-29)March 29, 1971)[1] is an American writer for both comics and television. He is known for his work as a writer and producer for Fillmore!, Life, FlashForward, Chase, and The Walking Dead, and served as the showrunner for The Walking Dead from seasons 4 through 8.

Early life[edit]

Gimple grew up in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey and graduated from Governor Livingston High School.[2] He graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television.

Career[edit]

Gimple was a writer on NBC's Life and Fox TV's Drive, and ABC's FlashForward.[3] He co-wrote the script of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance alongside Seth Hoffman and David S. Goyer.[4]

In 2011, he joined AMC's The Walking Dead as a producer and writer for the second season. He wrote "Save the Last One", as well as the critically acclaimed, "Pretty Much Dead Already", and "18 Miles Out" (with showrunner Glen Mazzara).

In January 2013, Gimple was named showrunner of The Walking Dead, replacing Glen Mazzara.[5] He served as showrunner from the fourth season to the eighth season. During his tenure, he also became an executive producer for Fear the Walking Dead.[6] Gimple left his role in 2018 to become the chief content officer for The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, with Angela Kang succeeding him as showrunner.

Gimple has also worked on Disney's Pepper Ann and as a writer for The Simpsons comics, including editing the Simpsons' Episode Guidebook "The Simpsons Forever!: A Complete Guide to Our Favorite Family... Continued".[7] He created the cartoon Fillmore! and the comic book Heroes Anonymous with Bill Morrison.[8]

Personal life[edit]

He married actress Julia Wackenheim on August 30, 2009 and they have a son, born in 2015.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role
2012 Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Co-writer

Television[edit]

Production

Year Show Role Notes
2014 The Walking Dead Executive producer (showrunner) Season 4-8
2013
Supervising producer Season 3
2012
Producer Season 2
2011
Chase Co-producer Season 1
2010
FlashForward Executive story editor Season 1
2009
Life Story editor Season 2
2008
2004 Fillmore! Creator
Executive producer
Dialogue director
Season 2

Season 1

2003
2002

Writer

Year Show Episode Notes
2014–17 The Walking Dead "Mercy" Season 8, Episode 1
"The First Day of the Rest of Your Life" Season 7, Episode 16 (with Angela Kang and Matthew Negrete)
"Bury Me Here" Season 7, Episode 13
"The Day Will Come When You Won't Be" Season 7, Episode 1
"Last Day on Earth" Season 6, Episode 16 (with Matthew Negrete)
"East" Season 6, Episode 15 (with Channing Powell)
"Here's Not Here" Season 6, Episode 4
"First Time Again" Season 6, Episode 1 (with Matthew Negrete)
"Conquer" Season 5, Episode 16 (with Seth Hoffman)
"What Happened and What's Going On" Season 5, Episode 9
"No Sanctuary" Season 5, Episode 1
"A" Season 4, Episode 16 (with Angela Kang)
"The Grove" Season 4, Episode 14
2013 Da Vinci's Demons "The Prisoner" Season 1, Episode 3
"The Serpent" Season 1, Episode 2
The Walking Dead "30 Days Without an Accident" Season 4, Episode 1
"This Sorrowful Life" Season 3, Episode 15
"Clear" Season 3, Episode 12
2012 "Hounded" Season 3, Episode 6
"18 Miles Out" Season 2, Episode 10 (with Glen Mazzara)
2011 "Pretty Much Dead Already" Season 2, Episode 7
"Save the Last One" Season 2, Episode 3
2010 Chase "The Longest Night" Season 2, Episode 8
FlashForward "Future Shock" Season 1, Episode 22 (with Timothy J. Lea)
"Better Angels" Season 1, Episode 14 (with Ian B. Goldberg)
2009 "Black Swan" Season 1, Episode 4
2008 Life "Did You Feel That?" Season 2, Episode 6 (with Jonathan Shapiro)
"Not for Nothing" Season 2, Episode 4
2007 Drive "Rear View" Season 1, Episode 6 (with Kristen Reidel)
El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera "Eye Caramba" Season 1, Episode 13 (story)
"Miracle City Worker" Season 1, Episode 8
American Dragon: Jake Long "The Love Cruise" Season 2, Episode 18
2006 "The Rotwood Files" Season 2, Episode 15
2005 "The Halloween Bash" Season 1, Episode 17
2003 Fillmore! "Immune to All but Justice" Season 2, Episode 5
2002 "Ingrid Third, Public Enemy #1" Season 1, Episode 8
"Nappers Never Sleep" Season 1, Episode 7
"A Wurm in Our Midst" Season 1, Episode 3
1997 Jungle Cubs "Hair Ball" Season 2, Episode 7

Reference[edit]

  1. ^ Internet Movie Database;– Scott M. Gimple. Retrieved on 14 September 2016.
  2. ^ LePoidevin, Michelle H. "From Berkeley Heights to Berkeley, Gimple Finds Justice With ‘Fillmore!’", The Westfield Leader, September 26, 2002, p. 24. Accessed February 27, 2011. "As the Creator and Executive Producer of Walt Disney Television Animation's new Saturday morning program, Fillmore!, Berkeley Heights native Scott Gimple has brought a new duo of crime-solving intermediate school superheroes to the screen – minus the violence.... Gimple, who attended fifth grade through senior year in Berkeley Heights, graduated Governor Livingston High School."
  3. ^ Molly McAleer. "FlashForward Writer Scott Gimple Dishes on What's Next For the Show". TV.com. 
  4. ^ "Columbia Pictures Might Be Forced to Recast 'Ghost Rider'". BloodyDisgusting. 
  5. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (January 14, 2013). "Scott Gimple Promoted To Showrunner Of 'The Walking Dead', Replaces Glen Mazzara". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved 2013-01-14. 
  6. ^ Maiella, Jim (April 14, 2017). "AMC RENEWS "FEAR THE WALKING DEAD" FOR A FOURTH SEASON". AMC. Retrieved March 25, 2017. 
  7. ^ Brigid Alverson. "Fun Rules the Day at Kids Comic Con". Publishers Weekly. 
  8. ^ Disney-Clipart – Wikki-Jake Long

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