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Paul Barber (writer)

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Paul Barber is an television producer and writer. He has worked on a number of American television shows including The X-Files, Nash Bridges, and Cagney & Lacy.

Early life[edit]

Barber graduated from the University of California at Irvine with an MFA degree in theater before starting his television career.[1]


Barber's television career began in 1988 when he, and his brother, Larry Barber, wrote and sold a spec script for Cagney & Lacy.[1] Since then, he has also written for The X Files, “Nash Bridges,” “The Commish,” “Seven Days,” “Profiler,” “21 Jump Street,” “Beverly Hills 90210” and others.[2]


List of production credits[2]
Year Title Notes
1988 Cagney & Lacy Writer (2 episodes)
1989 Nightingales Writer (1 episode)
1989-1990 21 Jump Street Writer (4 episodes), story editor (10 episodes)
1992 Jake and the Fat Man Story by (1 episode)
1992 Beverly Hills 90210 Writer (1 episode)
1992 Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story (TV Movie) Teleplay
1992 The Commish Writer (1 episode)
1993-1994 The X-Files Writer "Gender Bender", co-producer (4 episodes)
1997 Roar Writer (3 episodes), producer (13 episodes)
1998-1999 The Net Writer (2 episodes), supervising producer (8 episodes)
2000 Profiler Writer (1 episode)
2000 First Wave Writer (1 episode)
2000 Nash Bridges Writer (1 episode), supervising producer (6 episodes)
2000-2001 Seven Days Consulting producer (23 episodes)
2002 Witchblade Writer (2 episodes), consulting producer (12 episodes)
2004 Meltdown (TV Movie) Writer
2003-2005 Andromeda Writer (13 episodes), creative associate (22 episodes), senior consultant (13 episodes)
2013 The Grove (TV Movie) Writer, Producer

See also[edit]

  • The X-Files (TV Series)
  • Andromeda (TV Series)
  • Gender Bender (The X-Files)


  1. 1.0 1.1 EvansApril 21, Linda; 2017 (2017-04-21). "Overcoming Tourette Syndrome". The Columns. Retrieved 2019-01-15.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Paul Barber". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-01-15.

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