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David Amann is a writer and executive producer on ''Castle.''
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David Amann joined Castle in season 3 as an executive producer, and his first episode as a writer introduced the long-running [[Triple Killer]] arc. He became creator [[Andrew Marlowe]]'s second-in-command, regularly writing half of the annual two-part episodes with him and also working together as a writing team on [[In the Belly of the Beast]]. When Marlowe took a back seat at the end of season 6, Amann became showrunner for season 7. He left the show at the end of that season, with [[Terence Paul Winter]] and [[Alexi Hawley]] taking over as showrunners.  
  
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
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*[[In the Belly of the Beast]]
 
*[[In the Belly of the Beast]]
 
*[[That 70s Show]]
 
*[[That 70s Show]]
 
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*[[Driven]]
He also executive produced every episode in season 3, except the season finale.
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*[[Kill Switch]]
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*[[Resurrection]]
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*[[Sleeper]]
  
 
==Additional Credits==
 
==Additional Credits==
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*''The X-Files'' - co-producer, producer, supervising producer, writer, executive story editor
 
*''The X-Files'' - co-producer, producer, supervising producer, writer, executive story editor
 
*''Chicago Hope'' - 6 episodes - writer, teleplay
 
*''Chicago Hope'' - 6 episodes - writer, teleplay
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[[Category:Production personnel|Amann, David]]

Latest revision as of 12:08, 28 May 2015

David Amann joined Castle in season 3 as an executive producer, and his first episode as a writer introduced the long-running Triple Killer arc. He became creator Andrew Marlowe's second-in-command, regularly writing half of the annual two-part episodes with him and also working together as a writing team on In the Belly of the Beast. When Marlowe took a back seat at the end of season 6, Amann became showrunner for season 7. He left the show at the end of that season, with Terence Paul Winter and Alexi Hawley taking over as showrunners.

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Additional Credits[edit]

  • Three Rivers - 12 episodes - executive producer, writer
  • Without a Trace - co-executive producer, executive producer, writer
  • Crossing Jordan - co-executive producer, supervising producer, writer
  • The X-Files - co-producer, producer, supervising producer, writer, executive story editor
  • Chicago Hope - 6 episodes - writer, teleplay