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Karl Schaefer

Karl Schaefer
Born Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Television producer and writer
Years active 1988–Present

Karl Schaefer is an American television producer and writer and businessman.

He is best known for co-creating the 1990s series Eerie, Indiana with José Rivera. Prior to working on Eerie, Indiana. Schaefer created the series TV 101. His other television credits include Strange Luck, Monk, Small Shots, The Dead Zone, Eureka, Ghost Whisperer and the television film The Apartment Complex (1999), directed by Tobe Hooper. He is currently a writer for Z Nation, a zombie series he co-created with Craig Engler.[1]

Schaefer is the CEO of Unreality Inc, a science fiction and horror movie news and reviews website.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Karl Schaefer". Yahoo! TV. 
  2. ^ https://www.linkedin.com/pub/karl-schaefer/2b/1a0/751

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