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Bryce Zabel was born on 17 May, 1954, is a Television actor, director, producer, writer. Discover Bryce Zabel's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 66 years old?
|Occupation||Television actor, director, producer, writer|
|Age||67 years old|
|Born||17 May 1954|
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Who Is Bryce Zabel's Wife?
His wife is Jackie Zabel (m. 1984)
|Wife||Jackie Zabel (m. 1984)|
Bryce Zabel Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In 2014, his novel, Surrounded by Enemies: What If Kennedy Survived Dallas? (originally marketed under the title Winter of Our Discontent), shared the Sidewise Award with D.J. Taylor's The Windsor Faction. Zabel won a second Sidewise Award in 2018 for his novel Once There Was a Way.
Zabel co-authored with Richard Dolan the book A.D. (After Disclosure) 2012, which concerns the subject of an extraterrestrial presence on Earth covertly interacting with humans and governments and what develops when this fact is made public.
A long-time member of the Directors Guild of America, he first worked as a director on the Los Angeles magazine series "Eye on LA" and Willow: The Making of an Adventure. He made his feature directorial debut in 2009 on Let's Do It, a comedy about the first student film ever produced, back in 1929.
The screenplay written by Bryce and Jackie Zabel, Miles From Nowhere completed filming in Los Angeles in the summer of 2008. It is the story of a high school athlete who decides to try for a sub-four-minute mile to deal with the death of a friend. The film stars Treat Williams.
In 2008, Zabel's Hallmark miniseries Pandemic (co-written with Jackie Zabel) won the Writers Guild of America award in the Original Long Form category. It was the third WGA award Zabel has been nominated for and his first win. Previously, he was nominated for Episodic Drama (L.A. Law; "Justice Swerved") and Original Long Form (Dark Skies; "The Awakening"). His other nominations were shared with David E. Kelley and Brent V. Friedman. Zabel was also nominated for an Edgar Allan Poe award for Best Television Episode (L.A. Law; "Justice Swerved") in 1991. The nomination was shared with David E. Kelley.
With hundreds of hours of produced film and television credits, CNN correspondent-turned-writer-producer-director Zabel has scripted a trio of mini-series which aired in the U.S. market and were distributed worldwide. They include the medical thriller Pandemic (2007, Hallmark), the pirate adventure Blackbeard (2006, Hallmark), and the disaster epic The Poseidon Adventure (2005, NBC).
Zabel attended Hillsboro High School in Hillsboro, Oregon. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Oregon in Eugene. After graduation, Zabel stayed in Eugene and worked at television station KVAL-TV and radio station KZEL-FM. As an adjunct professor, he taught a graduate-level class on Producing at the University of Southern California (2006–07).
While leading the TV Academy the next year, he led the negotiations that resulted in the Emmy telecast license fee being increased by 250 percent. He left office in 2003, saying his one term was so eventful it felt like two.
In 2001, Zabel became the first writer/producer to be elected as Chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, since his boyhood idol Rod Serling. Elected the month before 9/11, he took office at a time when he was forced to twice postpone the 53rd Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2006, he was interviewed about this decision by the Dallas-based Media Orchard :
"In 2001, the Emmys were scheduled for September 16th. So we cancelled them. What else could we do? Five days after 9/11 nobody was going to be in a self-congratulatory mood to celebrate on red carpets with little gold statues when thousands had died so tragically. We re-scheduled for October 7. Incredibly, that's the day the bombing campaign in Afghanistan began. We were forced to cancel again. I went out that morning before some 200 TV cameras with Les Moonves of CBS and we talked to the media about all this. I got a call from a friend who said, "Dude, you've been on TV more this weekend than the president." It was an amazing media carpet ride -- appearances on everything from "Politically Incorrect" to "The Today Show." Anyway, we tried again on November 4 and actually did the show. We were up against the seventh game of an exciting World Series but who cared?"
In television, Zabel was showrunner (creator or developer/producer/writer) on the UFO-conspiracy series Dark Skies from 1996–1997, The Crow: Stairway to Heaven from 1998–1999 and the Fox African-American superhero series M.A.N.T.I.S. from 1994-1995. He also wrote and produced on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993–1994), and The Fifth Corner (1992).
Bryce H. Zabel (born May 17, 1954) is an American television producer, director, writer, and occasional actor. He has received the "created by" or "developed by" credit of five network and syndicated television series.