Curtis Gwinn
Curtis Gwinn
Born Curtis James Gwinn
May 31, 1975
New York City, New York, USA
Gender Male
Occupation Writer
Years Active 2001–present
Hair Dark Brown

Curtis Gwinn is an American actor, writer and producer who wrote two episodes of FX's The Bastard Executioner. He also served as a supervising producer.


Curtis was born in Chicago, Illinois and grew up a complete sci-fi, fantasy and horror geek in the suburbs outside of New York City. Originally a comedic writer, director and improviser, Curtis first made his mark in the early 2000's as a renowned member of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in NYC. From there he went on to work on some of the most acclaimed alt-comedy projects in the country including MTV's Human Giant, The Onion News Network and two Adult Swim series; Fat Guy Stuck in Internet and NTSF:SD:SUV.

Curtis made the transition to drama television when he became a writer/producer on the fourth season of AMC's, The Walking Dead. He then wrote for HBO's, The Leftovers, before joining Kurt Sutter's staff for FX's, The Bastard Executioner. Known as a prolific storyteller, Curtis can still be seen performing regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in both NYC and Los Angeles.

Selected FilmographyEdit

  • Death Valley
  • The Walking Dead
  • Filthy Preppy Teen$
  • The Leftovers
  • The Grid
  • The Man Show
  • Fat Guy Stuck in Internet

Episodes WrittenEdit

Season 1 appearances
"Pilot, Part 1" "Pilot, Part 2" "Effigy / Delw" "A Hunger / Newyn" "Piss Profit / Proffidwyr Troeth"
"Thorns / Drain" "Behold the Lamb / Gweled yr Oen" "Broken Things / Pethau Toredig" "The Bernadette Maneuver / Cynllwyn Bernadette" "Blood and Quiescence / Crau a Chwsg"

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