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RYAN MURPHY

Co-Creator/Executive Producer/Writer

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Ryan Murphy is an Emmy Award-, Golden Globe-, Tony- and Peabody Award-winning screenwriter, producer and director. He created the cult-favorite series “Popular” and the groundbreaking television drama “Nip/Tuck,” which won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series in 2005 and ran for six seasons. He also created the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series “Glee;” Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning anthology series “American Horror Story” and “American Crime Story” and Emmy-winning anthology series “Feud;” the horror-comedy series “Scream Queens;” and, in addition to “9-1-1,” “9-1-1: LONE STAR. The tenth season of “American Horror Story” will premiere in 2021.

Murphy’s second installment of “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” won seven 2018 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series and Outstanding Limited Series. In 2019, the installment won two Golden Globes for Best Television Limited Series and Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series.

His latest FX series, “Pose,” was nominated for two 2019 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series, and received two Golden Globe nominations, including Best Television Series – Drama. The show has made history by featuring the largest transgender series regular cast and the largest LGBTQ cast ever for a scripted series.

On stage, he produced the Tony Award-winning Broadway hit “The Boys in the Band,” starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto and Matt Bomer; as well as a filmed version of the play for Netflix.

Murphy wrote and directed the cable movie “The Normal Heart,” which received Emmy and Golden Globe Awards, including the Emmy for Outstanding Television Movie. He recently wrote, directed and produced the streaming series “The Politician,” “Ratched” and “Hollywood.”     

Murphy recently directed the feature adaption of the Broadway hit “The Prom,” starring Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and James Corden.

In 2018, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 2019, he was selected as a Titan for Time magazine’s annual 100 Most Influential People list.

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Ryan Murphy is an Emmy Award-, Golden Globe-, Tony- and Peabody Award-winning screenwriter, producer and director. He created the cult-favorite series “Popular” and the groundbreaking television drama “Nip/Tuck,” which won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series in 2005 and ran for six seasons. He also created the Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning series “Glee;” Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning anthology series “American Horror Story” and “American Crime Story” and Emmy-winning anthology series “Feud;” the horror-comedy series “Scream Queens;” and, in addition to “9-1-1,” “9-1-1: LONE STAR. The tenth season of “American Horror Story” will premiere in 2021.

Murphy’s second installment of “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace” won seven 2018 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series and Outstanding Limited Series. In 2019, the installment won two Golden Globes for Best Television Limited Series and Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series.

His latest FX series, “Pose,” was nominated for two 2019 Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Drama Series, and received two Golden Globe nominations, including Best Television Series – Drama. The show has made history by featuring the largest transgender series regular cast and the largest LGBTQ cast ever for a scripted series.

On stage, he produced the Tony Award-winning Broadway hit “The Boys in the Band,” starring Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto and Matt Bomer; as well as a filmed version of the play for Netflix.

Murphy wrote and directed the cable movie “The Normal Heart,” which received Emmy and Golden Globe Awards, including the Emmy for Outstanding Television Movie. He recently wrote, directed and produced the streaming series “The Politician,” “Ratched” and “Hollywood.”     

Murphy recently directed the feature adaption of the Broadway hit “The Prom,” starring Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and James Corden.

In 2018, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 2019, he was selected as a Titan for Time magazine’s annual 100 Most Influential People list.