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2019 TSL Summit Interviews

Marc Guggenheim

By August 1, 2019No Comments

Marc Guggenheim is an Emmy-winning Showrunner, Executive Producer and Screenwriter.

Marc Guggenheim’s credits include Carnival Row, Tales of Arcadia, 3Below, Trollhunters, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Law & Order, Jack & Bobby, CSI: Miami, Eli Stone, and Brothers & Sisters. He serves as showrunner and Executive Producer of Amazon’s upcoming series “Carnival Row.” Guggenheim also serves as Executive Producer alongside acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro of the “Tales of Arcadia” trilogy series for Netflix. The second series in the trilogy, “3Below,” returns for a second season on Netflix July 12, 2019. (Guggenheim won an Emmy for “Best Writing In An Animated Program” for his work on the first series in the trilogy, “Trollhunters.” He also has a new comic book titled “Wolverine Vs. Blade,” for Marvel Comics and remains a Consulting Producer on both The CW’s “Arrow” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”. For those he will executive produce the annual “Arrowverse” crossover event, “Crisis On Infinite Earths.”

Guggenheim wrote for three seasons on “Law & Order” before moving on to the critically acclaimed series “Jack & Bobby,” and later, the ratings juggernaut “CSI: Miami.” He was introduced to Greg Berlanti who developed “Eli Stone” together and produced the first season of “Brothers & Sisters.” Guggenheim has continued to collaborate with Berlanti on the feature film versions of the DC Comics characters Green Lantern and The Flash.

While maintaining a successful career in television, Guggenheim has pursued a parallel career as a screenwriter, with such diverse projects as the film adaptation of “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters” (2013), a feature film version of “Perry Mason” for Robert Downey Jr., and an adaptation of Robert A. Heinlein’s sci-fi classic “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.”

A life-long comic book fan, Guggenheim has been writing comics professionally for over ten years, working on titles for both Marvel Comics (“Blade,” “X-Men,” “Amazing Spider-Man,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), DC Comics (“The Flash,” “Justice Society of America,” “Batman Confidential”), and original creator-owned works (“Resurrection,” “Halcyon,” “Nowhere Man,” “Jonas Quantum,” “Stringers”).