Clyde Phillips was an executive producer and showrunner on Showtime’s hit series Dexter for the first four seasons. He then went on to executive produce and showrun Showtime’s Nurse Jackie for its final three seasons. He’s won a Peabody Award and the AFI award for outstanding series -- and been nominated for an Emmy three times, as well as the two Golden Globes®, two PGA awards, two Writers’ Guild Awards and two Edgars– among many others. Phillips also created Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Suddenly Susan, and Get Real starring Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg. He’s executive produced and written several other series. Additionally, he’s produced a number of television movies. A national bestselling mystery novelist, Phillips’s fourth book, Unthinkable, came out to rave reviews and rose to Number One on Amazon’s ‘Police Procedural’ list.
He lives in Connecticut and on Martha’s Vineyard with his wife, Jane. They have one daughter.