Terence Winter Biography, Life, Interesting Facts
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Terence Winter was born on October 2, 1960. He is an American television and film writer and producer. He is currently Fifty Eight years of age.
Terence Winter was born Terence Patrick Winter on October 2, 1960, in New York City, New York, United States. He studied and graduated from the New York University, New York City. He later joined St. Johns University School of Law to pursue Law. He later became New York State and Connecticut’s member of the bar. He after that practiced law in New York City for two years.
In 1991, he went to Los Angeles. He after that pursued screenwriting. He later worked with the Warner Bros, Sitcom Writers Workshop. He then worked with Fox in the writing of ‘The Great Defender’ series. He, later on, became a member of Soprano cast.
In 1995, Terence Winter wrote two episodes in season one of ‘The Cosby Mysteries.’ He also co-produced ‘Flipper’ until 1996. In 1996, he took part in writing season one of ‘Flipper’, ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ and ‘The Great Defender.’ In 1997, he co-produced season four of ‘Sister, Sister’, season two of ‘Xena: Warrior Princess.’
In 1998, he took part in writing season three of ‘Xena: Warrior Princess’ and season six of ‘Diagnosis: Murder.’ He was later the creative consultant of ‘Soldier of Fortune.’ In 2000, he took part in writing season two of ‘The Sopranos.’ He also co-produced ‘The PJs.’ In 2001, he took part in writing season three of ‘The Sopranos.’ In 2002, he took part in writing season four of ‘The Sopranos.’ In 2004, he took part in writing season five of ‘The Sopranos.’
In 2005, Terence Winter wrote the screenplay for ‘Get Rich or Die Tryin’ film and ’50 Cent: Bulletproof’ video game. In 2006, he took part in writing season six: Part one of ‘The Sopranos.’ He also wrote and produced ‘Brooklyn Rules’ film. In 2007, he then wrote and directed an episode in season six: Part two of ‘The Sopranos.’ In 2010, he helped in writing season one of ‘Boardwalk Empire.’ In 2011, he took part in writing season two of ‘The Sopranos.’ In 2012, he took part in season three of ‘Boardwalk Empire.’
In 2013, he took part in writing season four of ‘Boardwalk Empire.’ In 2013, he wrote the film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’ In 2014, he engaged in writing an episode in season five of ‘Boardwalk Empire.’ In 2015, he wrote the short film ‘The Audition.’ In 2016, he wrote and was also an executive producer of some episodes in the season one of ‘Vinyl.’
Terence Winter is currently Fifty Eight years old.