Scott M. Gimple - Showrunner / Executive Producer / Writer
Scott M. Gimple joined AMC's hit drama The Walking Dead in 2011 as a co-producer and writer. Since then, he has penned multiple episodes, including Episode #312, "Clear; #315, "This Sorrowful Life; and the Midseason Finale, #207, "Pretty Much Dead Already. In 2012, he became Supervising Producer.
Gimple started his television work in animation, writing/producing for Walt Disney Television Animation and Nickelodeon. He created and executive produced the Emmy-nominated Fillmore! for Disney before moving into live action.
Gimple's first prime-time television job was as staff writer on Fox's Drive, and later on NBC's acclaimed series Life and ABC's cult favorite FlashForward.
FlashForward began a collaboration with David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight, Man of Steel) that included co-writing the Sony feature film Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, alongside Seth Hoffman for Michael DeLuca, and co-writing Episodes 2 and 3 of the upcoming inaugural season of Starz' Da Vinci's Demons.
Gimple's first exposure to the comic book world was as an intern at Marvel Comics. After college, he worked as an assistant editor for Matt Groening's Bongo Comics, where he wrote and edited Simpsons Comics, as well as the books The Simpsons: A Complete Guide to Our Favorite Family, The Simpsons Forever!: A Complete Guide to Our Favorite Family…Continued, and The Simpsons Guide to Springfield. He went on to co-create and write the six-issue miniseries Heroes Anonymous for Bongo with Bill Morrison, and later wrote a two-hour pilot for SyFy based on the series.
Gimple has written stories for What If? and Spider-Man Unlimited. In January 2013, Marvel Comics released a weekly, five-issue Punisher miniseries he scripted, entitled Punisher: Nightmare.
- David Alpert – Executive Producer
- Frank Darabont – Writer / Director / Executive Producer
- Gale Anne Hurd – Executive Producer
- Glen Mazzara – Executive Producer / Writer
- Greg Nicotero – Executive Producer/Special Effects Make-Up Designer
- Robert Kirkman – Executive Producer / Writer
- Tom Luse – Executive Producer