Craig Wright born , in Puerto Rico is an American playwright, television producer and writer. He also was the screenwriter for the movie Mr. Born in in Puerto Rico, Wright attended St.
Wright has received awards and award nominations for his work, including the Jerome Fellowship at age 21 and apprenticeships in playwriting from the McKnight Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Wright set four plays in Pine City, Minnesota. The play takes place in Pine City, Minnesota, in Gray , directed by Carolyn Cantor ,  and a production in Los Angeles was critically reviewed by Backstage.
His television writing debut was on the HBO series, Six Feet Under , joining the writing staff during the season. During that season, he wrote "Twilight," for which he was nominated for an Emmy and "Timing and Space"; he penned 3 more episodes of Six Feet Under and co-wrote one with co-executive producer, Jill Soloway.
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In , he became a producer for the fifth and final season. In , he signed a 2-year deal with Touchstone Television. He left the series midseason after co-writing two episodes.
The pilot was produced by Greg Berlanti and directed by Peter Horton. The series premiered in the fall of A musician, Wright was co-leader of an alternative rock band The Tropicals', whose first album, Live at the Jungle , was released in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people with the same name, see Craig Wright disambiguation. Puerto Rico.
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