Frank Spotnitz
Frank Spotnitz
Gender: Male
Roles: Executive producer; Developer; Writer
Date of birth: November 17th, 1960
Place of birth: Camp Zama, Japan
Notable works: Harsh Realm
The Lone Gunmen
Night Stalker
The X-Files

Frank Spotnitz is a television program developer, executive producer and writer. He was born in Camp Zama, Japan on November 17th, 1960. Frank Spotnitz usually works on programs produced by Chris Carter and Ten Thirteen Productions including The X-Files, Millennium, The Lone Gunmen and Harsh Realm. He was also the developer behind the Night Stalker television series, which was a remake of the 1970s horror/mystery series Kolchak: The Night Stalker, which in turn proved to be the inspiration for the creation of The X-Files.

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Night Stalker Edit

  1. Night Stalker: Pilot
  2. Night Stalker: The Source
  3. Night Stalker: The Sea
  4. Night Stalker: Timeless

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Night Stalker Edit

  1. Night Stalker: Pilot
  2. Night Stalker: The Five People You Meet in Hell
  3. Night Stalker: Three
  4. Night Stalker: Burning Man
  5. Night Stalker: Malum
  6. Night Stalker: The Source
  7. Night Stalker: The Sea
  8. Night Stalker: Into Night
  9. Night Stalker: Timeless
  10. Night Stalker: What's the Frequency, Kolchak?

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