Clyde B. Phillips is a writer and producer for television and film. He has written for the shows Dexter, Shout About Movies, Suddenly Susan, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Midas Valley, and Trapper John, M.D.. He has worked as a producer on Players, Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story, If Things Were Different, Bud and Lou, and as an executive producer of the shows Dexter, Get Real, Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Eddie Dodd, Police Story: Cop Killer, Houston Knights, Northstar, and Midas Valley.
Phillips joined the crew of Showtime television drama Dexter as a showrunner, executive producer and writer for Season 1. He joined the crew after the pilot was already finished and he ended up reshooting some of the scenes and scrapping others. He was nominated for the Edgar award for Best Television Episode (Teleplay), for writing the episode "Crocodile".
He returned as the showrunner, executive producer and writer for the second season. Phillips and the writing staff were nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for best dramatic series at the February 2008 ceremony for their work on the second season. Phillips remained as showrunner, executive producer and writer for the third season. The writing staff were nominated for the same award at the February 2009 ceremony for their work on the third season. Phillips remained as a showrunner, executive producer and writer for the fourth season. Phillips and the writing staff was nominated for the WGA award a third consecutive time at the February 2010 ceremony for their work on the fourth season. Phillips stood down as show runner after the fourth season and left his role as an executive producer. He was credited as a consultant on the fifth season, but wasn't involved beyond the first few episodes.
Phillips joined Nurse Jackie for season five, where he now serves as showrunner and executive producer.
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