Tim Minear | TVBuzer
Played episodes: 174
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Date Of Birth: Oct 29, 1963 (57 years)
Place of Birth:  New York City, New York, 29 October 1963
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Tim joined ABC's "Lois & Clark" at the beginning of the 1996-97 television season. His first script for the series, "Brutal Youth," found Lois and Clark pondering issues of mortality, married life and love while tracking a mad-scientist who had invented a criminal way to restore youth to the aged. Tim next penned the script for "Lois & Clark's" 1996 Christmas episode, "'Twas the Night Before Mxymas," in which a selfish elf from the fifth dimension attempted to rid Metropolis of hope -- and therefore Superman -- but, of course, did not succeed.When he was a child, Tim Minear's parents chastised him for doing his homework while watching television. Little did they know he was planning a career. A Trekie long before there was a "Next Generation," Tim grew up in Whittier, California and began making super 8 movies in his backyard at the age of nine. He studied film at Cal State University at Long Beach and began his professional career in film as a production assistant then assistant director on such films as "Re-Animator," "The Men's Club," "Dudes" and "Platoon." After penning several "spec" feature scripts, Tim worked for a time as a "script doctor," re-writing on low budget feature films. His television credits include "The New Adventures Of Zorro," "Robin's Hoods" for Aaron Spelling and "Two" for Stephen Cannell. He spent two years as co-producer on "High Tide," a surfer/detective/comedy/drama/any-excuse-to-show-lots-of-girls-in-bikin is hour syndicated show. While working on "High Tide," Tim got to live for a year in New Zealand. moreless


Tim Minear in American Horror Story: Season 3, Episode 13 | TVBuzer

American Horror Story: Season 3, Episode 13

Aired: Jan 29, 2014

A new Supreme rises.... more


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Lone Star Boss Talks Finale's (Mostly) Happy Endings, Hints at Another 9-1-1 Crossover in Potential Season 2

The first season of 9-1-1: Lone Star ended on a high note for the 126, bringing several tumultuous storylines to a close, while also leaving the firehouse doors open for a few fresh starts. Let’s begin with Michelle, whose long-lost sister has apparently been living in a tent city for the past three years, a discovery she made on Monday after a brutal run-in with the homeless man who attacked her earlier this season. After spending time with Iris, Michelle concluded that she suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia,... more

9-1-1 Ep Teases Connie Britton's Return, Abby's 'Unfinished Business' With Buck

Details about Connie Britton‘s multi-episode return to 9-1-1 are slowly coming to light — and we like what we’re hearing so far. “I do believe she has unfinished business,” executive producer Tim Minear tells TVLine of Britton’s character, last seen leaving for Europe in the procedural’s first season finale. “Abby promised she would come back and sh... more

9-1-1: Lone Star: Everything to Know About the Fox Spinoff, Including When to Expect the First 'Little Crossover'

Rob Lowe returns to Fox on Sunday as 9-1-1: Lone Star‘s Owen Strand, a role executive producer Tim Minear believes he was always born to play. “Look at his jaw — he was meant to play a fire captain.” Premiering at 10/9c, the 9-1-1 spinoff stars Lowe as a skincare-conscious Manhattan firefighter who relocates to Austin, Texas to help rebuild a fractured fi... more

9-1-1 Sneak Peek: Can Maddie Conquer Her Trauma Before She Crosses a Line?

[YouTube=4KbyXUvC2W4] Doug may be six feet under, but Maddie’s troubled past is still shaping her uncertain future, and 9-1-1 executive producer Tim Minear has three words for fans worried about Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s character: “You should be.” “What we didn’t want to do is say that everything was tied up in a neat bow,” Minear tells TVLine... more

'American Horror Story' Renewed for Season 5

American Horror Story has only aired one episode of season 4, but FX is already going ahead to renew the anthology series for a fifth season, which will premiere in fall 2015 with 13 episodes. "The American Horror Story anthology has had the highest growth trajectory of any show in FX history, not to mention an unprecedented track record of success in awards recognition," John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions, said in a stat... more


Tim Minear AWARDS

  • 2013 (1)

    Won or Nominated
      • Primetime Emmy Awards American Horror Story(2011)
        Nominated Primetime Emmy
  • 2004 (1)

    Won or Nominated
      • Hugo Awards Firefly(2002)
        Nominated Hugo
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