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Howard Korder
Howard Korder
Personal details
Birth place New York City, New York, USA
Profession Motion picture writer and producer
Play writer
IMDb 0466122
Boardwalk Empire
Role Supervising Producer
Co-executive producer
Executive Producer
Writer
Seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4
First episode "Boardwalk Empire"
Last episode "New York Sour"
Credits 37 episodes (see below)
Howard Korder, born November 24, 1957 in New York City, New York, USA, is a motion picture writer and producer and playwright. He is an executive producer and writer for Boardwalk Empire. He initially worked as a Supervising Producer and writer on the first season in 2011. He was promoted to Co-Executive Producer for the second season in 2011 and became an Executive Producer for the third season in 2012. He remained an Executive Producer for the fourth season in 2013. He has written twelve episodes of the series: the first season episodes "Family Limitation" and "Paris Green"; the second season episodes "Ourselves Alone", "Gimcrack & Bunkum", "Peg of Old", and "Under God's Power She Flourishes"; the third season episodes "Spaghetti and Coffee", "Sunday Best", "The Pony", "Two Imposters" and "Margate Sands"; and the fourth season episode "New York Sour". He was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his 1988 play Boy's Life.

BiographyEdit

Earlier careerEdit

He is the author of the 1988 coming-of-age play Boy's Life, which earned him a Pulitzer Prize for Drama nomination. His play Search and Destroy was adapted into a film in 1995. Among the screenplays he has written are The Passion of Ayn Rand and Lakeview Terrace.

Boardwalk EmpireEdit

Korder joined the crew in the first season as a supervising producer and writer. He wrote the episodes "Family Limitation" and "Paris Green". The first season writing staff won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best New Series in 2010.

Korder was promoted to co-executive producer for the second season. He wrote a further four episodes for the season; the second episode "Ourselves Alone"; the fifth episode "Gimcrack and Bunkum"; the seventh episode "Peg of Old" with co-producer Steve Kornacki and staff writer Bathsheba Doran; and the penultimate episode "Under God's Power She Flourishes".

He returned for the third season in 2012 as Executive Producer and writer. He wrote the second episode "Spaghetti and Coffee", the sixth episode "Sunday Best", the seventh episode "The Pony", the eleventh episode "Two Imposters" and the season finale "Margate Sands".

He remained an Executive Producer and writer for the fourth season in 2013. He wrote the season premiere "New York Sour".

CreditsEdit

WriterEdit

Season 1 credits
Boardwalk Empire The Ivory Tower Broadway Limited Anastasia
Nights in Ballygran Family Limitation Home Hold Me in Paradise
Belle Femme The Emerald City Paris Green A Return to Normalcy
Season 2 credits
21 Ourselves Alone A Dangerous Maid What Does the Bee Do?
Gimcrack & Bunkum The Age of Reason Peg of Old Two Boats and a Lifeguard
Battle of the Century Georgia Peaches Under God's Power She Flourishes To the Lost
Season 3 credits
"Resolution" "Spaghetti and Coffee" "Bone for Tuna" "Blue Bell Boy"
"You'd Be Surprised" "Ging Gang Goolie" "Sunday Best" "The Pony"
"The Milkmaid's Lot" "A Man, A Plan..." "Two Imposters" "Margate Sands"
Season four credits
"New York Sour" "Resignation" "Acres of Diamonds" "All In"
"Erlkonig" "The North Star" "William Wilson" "The Old Ship of Zion"
"Marriage and Hunting" "White Horse Pike" "Havre De Grace" "Farewell Daddy Blues"

Supervising ProducerEdit

Season 1 credits
Boardwalk Empire The Ivory Tower Broadway Limited Anastasia
Nights in Ballygran Family Limitation Home Hold Me in Paradise
Belle Femme The Emerald City Paris Green A Return to Normalcy

Co-Executive ProducerEdit

Season 2 credits
21 Ourselves Alone A Dangerous Maid What Does the Bee Do?
Gimcrack & Bunkum The Age of Reason Peg of Old Two Boats and a Lifeguard
Battle of the Century Georgia Peaches Under God's Power She Flourishes To the Lost

Executive ProducerEdit

Season 3 credits
"Resolution" "Spaghetti and Coffee" "Bone for Tuna" "Blue Bell Boy"
"You'd Be Surprised" "Ging Gang Goolie" "Sunday Best" "The Pony"
"The Milkmaid's Lot" "A Man, A Plan..." "Two Imposters" "Margate Sands"
Season four credits
"New York Sour" "Resignation" "Acres of Diamonds" "All In"
"Erlkonig" "The North Star" "William Wilson" "The Old Ship of Zion"
"Marriage and Hunting" "White Horse Pike" "Havre De Grace" "Farewell Daddy Blues"

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