Craig Gore is an American screenwriter and television producer. Originally from Wilmington, North Carolina, Gore studied creative writing at Columbia College Chicago before making his way to Los Angeles in 1999. While working day jobs, Gore optioned numerous books/articles and began adapting them into scripts, eventually selling multiple TV pilots. This led to writing for various network shows, including as Co-EP on “Chicago P.D.” and as EP on “S.W.A.T.” His most recent pilot “DEA” was bought by Fox, and he is currently developing several true-crime features. Gore’s work is informed by his belief in doing real-life research into the subjects he writes about and his willingness to explore all sides of humanity, good and bad.
Craig Gore was born in South Carolina and brought up in North Carolina. After moving to Chicago, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago in fiction/creative writing. After completing his bachelor’s degree, Gore moved to LA and started writing pilots and features, and optioning books. He began his career by selling the pilot of “Stray Bullets” in 2008 to Fox TV Studios. Craig’s was unstoppable after that. He went on to sell series of original pilots including, “Shadow Wolves to CBS, “F.T.W.” to Paramount Network, and “21st State” to Fox Corporation. Gore worked as Story editor of “Defiance” for Syfy Universal in 2012 and of “Cult” for Warner Bros. Television. His latest project was “DEA aka the Alphabets” for Fox Corporation.