William J. MacDonald (producer)
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William J. MacDonald is an American film and television producer and writer.
Early life and education
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MacDonald has a producer, co-producer or executive producer credit on Sliver, Jade, An Occasional Hell, Rough Riders, Molly and One Man's Hero. He co-wrote one episode for the TNT series, Witchblade, which ran from 2001–2002.
He was also a co-creator of the HBO original series Rome (in association of the BBC) along with John Milius and Bruno Heller. MacDonald served as an executive producer and writer on the series. The episode Caesarion (2005) was written by MacDonald.
MacDonald also wrote an unproduced screenplay based on Iris Chang's bestselling novel The Rape of Nanking.
- "William J. Macdonald, Advisor". Zeros & Ones. January 8, 2007. Retrieved 2007-01-09.
- Coonan, Clifford (October 15, 2006). "Pic projects revisit Nanking massacre: Produce Green's $50 mil pic based on Chang's tome". Variety. Retrieved 2007-01-09.
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