|Born||July 12, 1961|
Syracuse, New York, U.S.
|Alma mater||Loyola Marymount University|
|Occupation||Writer, director, producer|
Glen Morgan (born July 12, 1961) is an American television producer, writer and director. He is best known for co-writing episodes of the Fox science fiction supernatural drama series The X-Files with his partner, James Wong. He served as an executive producer on the show's eleventh season. He also executive produced The Twilight Zone reboot by Jordan Peele's Monkeypaw Productions.
Glen Morgan used to live in Syracuse, New York, and moved to El Cajon, California at the age of 14. 
While attending El Cajon Valley High School, he met James Wong, who would become his friend and professional partner. Both enrolled at Loyola Marymount University, graduating from the School of Film and Television in 1983. 
Morgan did not want to work in television at first, but wound up accepting a job on 21 Jump Street with James Wong as his writing partner. This would later earn him and Wong a steady job at Stephen J. Cannell Productions.  As both men were about to leave the company following writing for The Commish in 1992, their former boss at Cannell, Peter Roth, invited them to work on a new show being developed at 20th Television, The X-Files . 
Morgan and Wong left The X-Files after season two to create their own show, Space: Above and Beyond , which was canceled after one season. They returned to The X-Files for season four, after which, Chris Carter hired the duo as showrunners for season two of Millennium . Both Morgan and Wong would eventually jump to film, creating the Final Destination series, The One , the 2003 remake of Willard , and the 2006 remake of Black Christmas , as well as work on American television shows The Others and The X-Files spinoff, The Lone Gunmen . Afterwards, Morgan and Wong developed different interests and started working separately. 
In May 2007, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Morgan had joined the production team of NBC's Bionic Woman as an executive producer,  however in September 2007 it was reported that Morgan left the show due to "creative differences". 
In 2010, Morgan served as executive producer on Cartoon Network's Tower Prep alongside Paul Dini. Morgan was a co-ep on The River in 2012, before writing and serving as executive producer on Those Who Kill for A&E in 2014. 
Later in 2014, Morgan was hired on as the writer and executive producer of Intruders , which premiered on BBC America on August 23, 2014. 
In 2015, Morgan was once again called in by The X-Files creator and show runner Chris Carter to executive produce The X-Files season ten event series, which aired in 2016 on Fox.  Morgan wrote and directed one episode titled "Home Again" that was met with positive reviews from critics. 
In 2017, Morgan was executive producer and writer of Amazon's Lore, before leaving the series to serve as executive producer on The X-Files season eleven.  Morgan wrote and directed one episode, "This", which was met with generally positive reviews from critics.  He directed a second episode titled "Rm9sbG93ZXJz", which received very positive reviews from critics. 
In 2019, Morgan was executive producer for the Twilight Zone reboot headed up by Jordan Peele and Monkeypaw Productions. 
Morgan has been married since 1998 to actress Kristen Cloke, whom he met while working on Space: Above & Beyond. At the time, Morgan was divorcing from his first wife, Cindy,  with whom he had a daughter.  Cloke has appeared in several of his other projects, including Space: Above and Beyond, Millennium, Willard, Final Destination, The X-Files, and Black Christmas. They have four children.
He is the older brother of fellow X-Files writer Darin Morgan.
Christopher Carl Carter is an American television and film producer, director and writer who gained fame in the 1990s as the creator of the Fox science fiction supernatural drama series The X-Files.
Stephen Joseph Cannell was an American television producer, writer, novelist, occasional actor, and founder of Cannell Entertainment and the Cannell Studios.
The Millennium Group is a fictional secret society featured in the crime thriller television series Millennium, and briefly on The X-Files. Having begun life as a Christian sect at the end of the 1st century AD, the Group grew into a far-reaching network which, as the 3rd millennium approached, presented itself as a private investigative firm liaising with law enforcement organizations. Despite being fraught with internal schisms, the Group tried on several occasions to artificially instigate the end of the world as the year 2000 approached.
Darin Morgan is an American screenwriter best known for several offbeat, darkly humorous episodes of the television series The X-Files and Millennium. His teleplay for the X-Files episode "Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose" won a 1996 Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series. In 2015, Morgan wrote and directed one episode for The X-Files season ten, and returned again in 2017 to write and direct another episode for season eleven. He is the younger brother of writer and director Glen Morgan.
James Wong is a Hong Kong-born American television producer, writer, and film director. Wong is best known for co-writing episodes of the Fox science fiction supernatural drama series The X-Files with his partner, Glen Morgan. Morgan and Wong are founders of the Hard Eight Pictures and co-created Space: Above and Beyond. Wong also directed the films Final Destination, The One, and Dragonball Evolution.
Jordan Haworth Peele is an American actor, comedian, and filmmaker. He is best known for his film and television work in the comedy and horror genres.
Kristen Ann Cloke is an American actress. She appeared in Space: Above and Beyond, and has acted in several small parts of other TV series. She is known for her role as Valerie Lewton in Final Destination and as Leigh Colvin in the slasher film Black Christmas (2006). Cloke frequently appears in productions written, produced or directed by her husband, Glen Morgan.
Kim Manners was an American television producer, director and actor best known for his work on The X-Files and Supernatural.
The second season of the serial crime-thriller television series Millennium commenced airing in the United States on September 19, 1997, concluding on May 15, 1998 after airing twenty-three episodes. It tells the story of retired FBI Agent Frank Black. Black lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife Catherine and daughter Jordan. He works for a mysterious organization known as the Millennium Group, investigating murders using his remarkable capability of relating to the monsters responsible for horrific crimes. After killing a man who stalked and kidnapped Catherine, Black faces tension within his family while simultaneously being drawn deeper into the sinister Group.
"'Beware of the Dog" is the second episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It premiered on the Fox network on September 26, 1997. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and directed by Allen Coulter. "Beware of the Dog" featured guest appearances by Randy Stone and R. G. Armstrong.
"'Monster" is the fourth episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It premiered on the Fox network in the United States on October 17, 1997. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong and directed by Perry Lang. "Monster" featured guest appearances from Kristen Cloke, Robert Wisden and Chris Owens.
"'19:19" is the seventh episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It premiered on the Fox network on November 7, 1997. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and directed by Thomas J. Wright. "19:19" featured guest appearances by Kristen Cloke and Christian Hoff.
"Owls" is the fifteenth episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It originally aired on the Fox network on March 6, 1998. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and directed by Thomas J. Wright. "Owls" featured guest appearances by Kristen Cloke, R. G. Armstrong and Kimberly Patton.
"Roosters" is the sixteenth episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It originally aired on the Fox network on March 13, 1998. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and directed by Thomas J. Wright.
"'The Time Is Now" is the twenty-third episode of the second season of the American crime-thriller television series Millennium. It premiered on the Fox network on May 15, 1998. The episode was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and directed by Thomas J. Wright. "The Time Is Now" featured guest appearances by Kristen Cloke and Glenn Morshower.
"Rm9sbG93ZXJz" is the seventh episode of the eleventh season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files. The episode was written by Shannon Hamblin and Kristen Cloke, and directed by Glen Morgan. It aired on February 28, 2018, on Fox. The episode's title is Base64 code for "Followers" and the tagline for this episode is "VGhlIFRydXRoIGlzIE91dCBUaGVyZQ==", which translates to "The Truth Is Out There" in Base64.
The Twilight Zone is an American anthology television series developed by Simon Kinberg, Jordan Peele, and Marco Ramirez, based on the original 1959 television series created by Rod Serling. Peele serves as narrator, in addition to executive producing through Monkeypaw Productions. The weekly series premiered on April 1, 2019, on CBS All Access, and was renewed for a second season halfway through its first set of 10 episodes. The second season was released in its entirety on June 25, 2020. In February 2021, the producers announced the series would not return for additional seasons.
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