Darryl Frank

Emmy Award-winning producer Darryl Frank began his career in 1992 as a production assistant on the Penelope Ann Miller comedy "The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag." The following year he worked his way up to second assistant director on "The Adventures of Huck Finn." In this capacity, he worked on a variety of genres from the action adventure "Super Mario Bros.," to the family comedy "My Father the Hero," and the made-for-TV dramedy "Runaway Daughters." He later worked for CBS Productions in Series Development. In 1995, he became a development and programming executive at DreamWorks Television, where he helped develop the Michael J. Fox sitcom "Spin City." It was at DreamWorks that he developed the science-fiction miniseries "Taken," which he co-executive produced in 2002. His work on the acclaimed miniseries won him an Emmy in 2003. While functioning as an executive at DreamWorks Television, Frank served as producer on a variety of projects from the news show parody "Dog Bites Man," to the sizzling TV drama "Las Vegas," to the reality competition series "The Contender," to the western miniseries "Into the West," which earned Frank much acclaim including an Emmy nomination.