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Robert Cochran (also credited as Bob Cochran) is the co-creator of the television series 24. Before that, he and Joel Surnow wrote and produced for the television series The Commish. Cochran had also written for shows such as L.A. Law, Falcon Crest and JAG. Cochran and Surnow later created and produced the television series La Femme Nikita and later also served as the series consultants. His production company is Real Time Productions.[1] In 2006, the duo made partnership with Howard Gordon, another 24 producer to develop projects at Fox under his Real Time Productions company.[2][3]

In 2007, he created the TV show pilots, Company Man with David Ehrman and also The Call with David Hemingson, both of which went unsold. In 2014 he returned to write for 24: Live Another Day. In 2016, he wrote on the spin-off series 24: Legacy.

In 2019, Cochran published a young adult fantasy novel, The Sword and the Dagger.[4]

References

  1. ^ Adalian, Josef (2003-02-28). "'24' creator extends his 20th TV deal". Variety. Retrieved 2021-05-10.
  2. ^ Adalian, Josef (2006-02-15). "'24' runner on Fox clock". Variety. Retrieved 2023-12-16.
  3. ^ Schneider, Michael (2008-02-13). "Time's up for '24's' Joel Surnow". Variety. Retrieved 2023-12-16.
  4. ^ Cochran, Robert. "The Sword and the Daggar". Macmillan Publishers. Retrieved 28 March 2019.