Howard Gordon was born on March 31, 1961 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for 24 (2001), Homeland (2011) and The X-Files (1993).
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After several freelance assignments for the ABC series "Spenser For Hire," the team joined the Emmy-nominated series "Beauty and the Beast" as staff writers, and were later named producers.
Gordon and Gansa then began a two year deal with Witt-Thomas Productions during which they produced several pilots. "Country Estates", a pilot produced for ABC caught the attention of Chris Carter who invited them to join THE X-FILES as Supervising Producers. Gansa departed from the series to pursue independent projects. Gordon departed from the series in 1997 to pursue other projects.
After graduating from Princeton University in 1984, Gordon came to Los Angeles with his partner Alex Gansa to pursue a career in writing for television.
Creating new show, "Mystery Girl", scheduled air date September 2004. [April 2004]