Creator/Executive Producer, ABC's "Castle"
Andrew W. Marlowe is the creator and executive producer of "CASTLE," a one-hour murder mystery series.
After graduating from Columbia University with a B.A. in English, Marlowe went on to receive an M.F.A. in Screenwriting from the USC School of Cinematic Arts. His thesis screenplay, "The Lehigh Pirates," garnered him the prestigious Nicholl Fellowship from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Marlowe's first produced screenplay was the action blockbuster "Air Force One," starring Harrison Ford and directed by Wolfgang Petersen. Other credits include the Arnold Schwarzenegger millennial thriller "End of Days" and the sci-fi thriller "Hollow Man," directed by Paul Verhoeven, which starred Kevin Bacon and Elisabeth Shue.
Showrunner/Executive Producer, ABC's "Castle"
David Amann started his series television career as a Staff Writer on "Chicago Hope," then spent four seasons on "The X-Files." Amann has also worked on "Crossing Jordan" and the hit series "Without a Trace," the last two years as an Executive Producer. This is his fifth season on "Castle."
Executive Producer/Director, ABC's "Castle"
Rob Bowman's extensive credits as director include the feature films "Elektra," "Reign of Fire" and "The X-Files," which he also produced. He most recently directed and executive produced the Pilot "Castle," starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, and "Day Break" starring Taye Diggs for ABC Studios/ABC. In 2005, he directed two Stephen King short story adaptations for TNT from the book "Nightmares and Dreamscapes" starring William H. Macy, Jeremy Sisto, Jacqueline McKenzie and Samantha Morton.
Bowman produced and directed numerous episodes of "The X-Files," for which he received three Golden Globe Awards.
He has also directed episodes for such TV series as "Night Stalker," "The Lone Gunmen," "VR.5," "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.," "Parker Lewis Can't Lose," "The Hat Squad," "DEA," "Star Trek: The Next Generation," "Mancuso FBI," "Booker," "Midnight Caller," "21 Jump Street" and "Stingray."
His first feature film was "Airborne" (1993) starring Jack Black and Seth Green.
Executive Producer, ABC's "Castle"
Armyan Bernstein, Chairman of Beacon Communications, ShoWest Producer of the Year, has produced and executive produced numerous films -- "Air Force One" starring Harrison Ford; "The Hurricane" (which he also co-wrote) starring Denzel Washington; "Thirteen Days" starring Kevin Costner; "End of Days" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; "Family Man" starring Nicolas Cage; "Bring It On" starring Kirsten Dunst; "For Love of the Game" starring Kevin Costner; "Spy Game" starring Brad Pitt and Robert Redford; "Open Range" starring Kevin Costner, Robert Duvall and Annette Bening; "Raising Helen" starring Kate Hudson and John Corbett; "Ladder 49" starring John Travolta and Joaquin Phoenix; "A Lot Like Love" starring Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet; "Firewall" starring Harrison Ford, Virginia Madsen and Paul Bettany; "The Guardian" starring Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher, and directed by Andy Davis; and "The Waterhorse" directed by Jay Russell.
Bernstein founded Beacon Communications in 1990 and it has become one of the most successful independently financed film companies in the entertainment business. Its first films were "The Commitments," directed by Alan Parker, which was nominated for a Golden Globe Award as Best Picture and went on to win four BAFTA Awards; Keith Gordon's critical triumph "A Midnight Clear" starring Ethan Hawke; "A Thousand Acres," based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, starring Michelle Pfeifer and Jessica Lange; "Sugar Hill" starring Wesley Snipes; "Playing God" starring David Duchovny and Timothy Hutton; "Princess Caraboo" starring Phoebe Cates and Kevin Kline; "The Road to Wellville" directed by Alan Parker and starring Anthony Hopkins; and David Mamet's "A Life in the Theatre," which won a cable ACE Award for Best Drama.
Armyan was born and raised in Chicago, and attended the University of Wisconsin. He was a broadcast journalist with PBS and then with ABC. He wrote the cult classic "Thank God It's Friday" starring Debra Winger and Jeff Goldblum. He then wrote and co-produced Francis Ford Coppola's legendary Vegas romance, "One From the Heart." Bernstein made his directing debut with "Windy City, from his screenplay, which starred John Shea and Kate Capshaw. He also co-wrote and directed "Cross My Heart" starring Martin Short and Annette O'Toole, and wrote/produced ABC's Emmy Award-winning "The Earth Day Special."
TERRI EDDA MILLER
Executive Producer, ABC's "Castle"
Terri Edda Miller is currently an Executive Producer on "Castle," which is entering its 7th season. She has written and produced some of the show's fan favorites including the celebrated 100th episode, "The Lives of Others." She has been instrumental in the development of the Richard Castle novels, as well as spearheading initiatives in non-traditional outlets, including Facebook, Twitter and the web as a means of enhancing the show's narrative outreach in a 360 environment.
Terri is also an award winning filmmaker of numerous shorts and documentaries, including the Sundance favorite, "Dysenchanted." She is a recipient of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting and has sold and developed several feature and television projects.
Miller serves on the Board of Directors of The Young Storytellers Foundation, which develops literacy through the art of storytelling. She also serves on the board of The Writer's Guild Foundation.
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