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    Hong Kong-born American television producer, writer, and film director. He directed and wrote episodes of The X-Files and Millennium (1996-1999) and has written episodes for American Horror Story. Wikipedia

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  • John Shiban

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  • American television writer, producer and medical doctor best known for working as a writer/producer on the Fox medical drama series House. Foster graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1995. Wikipedia

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  • Lisa Eichhorn

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