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Fred Golan
Fred Golan
Name
Fred Golan
Birthplace
USA
Birthdate
Profession
Motion picture writer and producer
Role
Producer and writer
First
Credit(s)
23 episode(s) (see below)
Fred Golan is an American is a motion picture writer and producer. He is a Producer and writer for the first and second seasons of Boomtown. He has also subsequently with Boomtown creator Graham Yost on the series Raines, Falling Skies, and Justified.

BiographyEdit

Earlier careerEdit

Golan began his career as a writer for Swamp Thing in 1992, scripting two episodes for the series. He next worked as a writer for The Big Easy in 1996, writing five episodes for the show. In 1998 he wrote an episode of Ghost Stories entitled "Parting Shot". Also in 1998 he wrote the film October 22.

In fall 1998 he was hired as a story editor for Brimstone and wrote an episode of the show. In 2000 he wrote an episode of The Others. In fall 2000 he was hired as a co-producer and writer for Roswell High.

BoomtownEdit

In 2002 he joined the crew of Boomtown as a producer and writer for the first season. The show was created by Executive Producer Graham Yost. He wrote the eighth episode "Crash". He wrote the seventeenth episode "Blackout". He was promoted to Supervising Producer for the second season in 2003 and was promoted to supervising producer. He wrote the third episode "Wannabe". The show was canceled after six episodes had been produced.

Later careerEdit

In 2005 he worked as a consulting producer on short lived Law and Order spin-off Trial by Jury. In 2007 he re-teamed with Yost as a co-executive producer for Raines. He wrote the episode "Meet Jon Doe". The show was cancelled before completing its first season. In 2008 he wrote an episode for the US remake of Eleventh Hour.

Golan joined the crew of Justified as a co-executive producer and writer for the first season. He co-wrote the episode "The Hammer" with Chris Provenzano and wrote the season finale "Bulletville". He was promoted to executive producer for the second season in 2011. He again wrote the season finale "Bloody Harlan". Also in 2011 he wrote "Prisoner of War" for the first season of Falling Skies. Yost was an Executive Producer for the season. Both Yost and Golan left the crew of Falling Skies after the first season.

Golan returned as an executive producer for the third season of Justified in 2012 and co-wrote the season premiere "The Gunfighter" with Yost. He wrote the teleplay for the season finale "Slaughterhouse" from a story by Yost. Boomtown stars Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson had recurring guest starring roles throughout the third season and both featured prominently in the finale "Slaughterhouse".

CreditsEdit

ProducerEdit

Season 1 credits
"Pilot" "Possession" "The Squeeze"
"Reelin' in the Years" "All Hallow's Eve" "The Freak"
"Insured by Smith & Wesson" "Crash" "The David McNorris Show"
"Coyote" "Monster's Brawl" "Sinaloa Cowboys"
"Home Invasion" "Execution" "Storm Watch"
"Fearless" "Blackout" "Lost Child"

Supervising producerEdit

Season 2 credits
"The Love of Money" "Inadmissible" "Wannabe"
"Haystack" "The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang" "The Big Picture"

WriterEdit

Season 1 credits
"Pilot" "Possession" "The Squeeze"
"Reelin' in the Years" "All Hallow's Eve" "The Freak"
"Insured by Smith & Wesson" "Crash" "The David McNorris Show"
"Coyote" "Monster's Brawl" "Sinaloa Cowboys"
"Home Invasion" "Execution" "Storm Watch"
"Fearless" "Blackout" "Lost Child"
Season 2 credits
"The Love of Money" "Inadmissible" "Wannabe"
"Haystack" "The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang" "The Big Picture"

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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