"Seven Days" Executive Producer Christopher Crowe has spent more than 15 years in the entertainment business as a successful writer, producer and director for film and television.
Crowe's first film was the movie "Nightmares," a collection of four horror stories that he wrote and produced. He went on to script the crime drama "The Mean Season," starring Kurt Russell; and served as both writer and director of "Whispers in the Dark" and the war thriller "Off Limits," starring Willem Dafoe and Gregory Hines. He also co-wrote, along with Michael Mann, the feature film "The Last of the Mohicans," starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe. Rounding out his feature film credits are the thriller "Fear," starring Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon; and "The Bone Collector," starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie, for which he served as one of the participating writers.
In television, Crowe was creator and executive producer of UPN's "The Watcher," a unique anthology series set in Las Vegas. He was also executive producer of "The Untouchables," a syndicated series that brought fictionalized stories of the battle between Elliot Ness and Al Capone to the small screen. Crowe's earlier television credits include "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," which he executive produced; the landmark series "Miami Vice," which he directed; and "Streets of justice," which he created, directed and executive produced.
The Racine, Wisconsin, native recently explored a new medium with the release of his self-titled CD "Crowe," a collection of his poetry that he narrates, underscored by a blues-like theatrical soundtrack scored by Joel Goldsmith.
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