Jesse Alexander

TV writer and producer

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Jesse Alexander is an American television writer and producer. He was a co-executive producer and writer on Heroes.[1] Originally from Santa Barbara, California, Alexander attended Sarah Lawrence College and AFI Conservatory. At Sarah Lawrence, he befriended J. J. Abrams, his collaborator on a number of projects.

Alexander became showrunner for American Gods starting with the second season, replacing Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. This was also his only season, replaced with Charles Eglee for season three.

Filmography

Producer

Writer

References

  1. ^ Rice, Lynette (November 2, 2008). "'Heroes' loses two of its own heroes". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved December 11o9oo9, 2019. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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