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Steve Kornacki
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IMDb 0466401
Boardwalk Empire
Role Writer
Co-producer
First episode "Boardwalk Empire"
Last episode "Margate Sands"
Credits 36 episodes (see below)
Steve Kornacki is an American television writer. He is a co-producer and writer for Boardwalk Empire. He initially worked as a staff writer for the first season in 2010. He was promoted to Story Editor mid-season. He became an Executive Story Editor for the second season in 2011. He was again promoted mid-season, this time to Co-Producer. He remained in this role for the third season in 2012. He has written four episodes of the series, the first season episode "Belle Femme" and the second season episodes "What Does the Bee Do?", "Peg of Old", and "Battle of the Century". He won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best New Series in 2010 for his work on the show. He also worked on HBO drama series The Sopranos with Boardwalk Empire show runner Terence Winter.

BiographyEdit

Earlier careerEdit

Kornacki worked as an assistant and a production co-ordinator in film throughout the 1990s. Pleasantville was one of the films he worked on.

Kornacki joined the crew of HBO drama series The Sopranos as an assistant production coordinator for the second season in 2000. He remained in this role for the third and fourth seasons. He was promoted to production coordinator for the fifth season in 2006. He became the writer's assistant for the sixth and final season in 2006.

Boardwalk EmpireEdit

He joined the crew as a staff writer for the first season in 2010. He worked on the series pilot "Boardwalk Empire" and returned when the series was picked up. He was promoted to story editor from "Home" onward. He wrote the ninth episode "Belle Femme". The first season writing staff won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best New Series in 2010.

Kornacki returned as an executive story editor for the second season in 2011. He wrote a further three episodes; the fourth episode "What Does the Bee Do?"; the seventh episode "Peg of Old" with co-executive producer Howard Korder and staff writer Bathsheba Doran; and the ninth episode "Battle of the Century". He was promoted to co-producer from "Peg of Old" onwards.

He returned as a co-producer and writer for the third season in 2012. He left the crew at the close of the season.

CreditsEdit

WriterEdit

Written by

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

Teleplay

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

Staff Writer

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

Story Editor

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

Executive Story Editor

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

ProducerEdit

Co-producer

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"

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