Clyde Phillips

Clyde Phillips began his career in television by serving as a producer for made-for-TV movies like "Bud and Lou," "The Darker Side of Terror," and "If Things Were Different" in the late 1970s and early 1980s. During the ... Read more »

Filmography

Producer (19)

Feed The Beast 2016 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Boomtown 1990 - 1992, 2003 - 2004, 2006 - 2010, 2012 - 2015 (Tv Show)

Consulting Producer

Dexter 1990 - 1992, 1996 - 2000, 2003 - 2004, 2006 - 2015 (Tv Show)

Executive Producer

Nurse Jackie 1990 - 1992, 2003 - 2004, 2006 - 2015 (Tv Show)

Showrunner

Parker Lewis 1990 - 1992, 1996 - 2000, 2003 - 2004, 2006 - 2015 (Tv Show)

Executive Producer

Get Real 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Players 1997 - 1998 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Eddie Dodd 1990 - 1991 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Cop Killer 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Bud and Lou (TV Show)

Producer

Houston Knights (TV Show)

Producer

If Things Were Different (TV Show)

Producer

Midas Valley (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Northstar (TV Show)

Executive Producer

Not in Front of the Children (TV Show)

Supervising Producer

Obsessed With a Married Woman (TV Show)

Executive Producer

The Darker Side of Terror (TV Show)

Associate Producer

Time Well Spent (TV Show)

Executive Producer
Actor (2)

Warehouse 13 2012 (Tv Show)

Actor

The 2010 Creative Arts Emmy Awards 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)

Presenter
Writer (1)

Suddenly Susan 1990 - 1992, 1996 - 2000, 2003 - 2004, 2006 - 2015 (Tv Show)

Creator
Other (1)

Born Innocent (TV Show)

Assistant

Biography

Clyde Phillips began his career in television by serving as a producer for made-for-TV movies like "Bud and Lou," "The Darker Side of Terror," and "If Things Were Different" in the late 1970s and early 1980s. During the mid-'80s he began writing for television by penning one episode of the series "Trapper John, M.D." and the made-for-TV movie "Midas Valley." After serving as an executive producer on the show "Houston Knights," Phillips furthered his writing career by creating the series "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" in 1990. The high-school sitcom (later called simply "Parker Lewis") was a massive success for the creator and executive producer--it ran for 73 episodes, from 1990 to 1993, and propelled Phillips's writing career. His next writing endeavor proved to be an even bigger success. In 1996, he created the Golden Globe-nominated sitcom "Suddenly Susan," starring Brooke Shields; he was the show's head writer throughout its four-year run. One year before the end of "Suddenly Susan," he created the series "Get Real," which starred a young Anne Hathaway. The show ran for only one season but helped Phillips land his next and most notable role, in 2006, as both writer and executive producer of Showtime's hit thriller series "Dexter," the story of a serial killer who works as a blood spatter specialist for Miami Homicide. The show was Phillips's biggest success both commercially and critically; he earned two Emmy Award nominations in 2008 and 2009.

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