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Robert Hull is an American television writer and producer.

Biography

Career

He got his start producing the 1997 crime film Nether World, starring W. Morgan Sheppard and Mark Sheppard. In 1999, Hull produced the documentaries Sexmodellerne - det andet Europa and Sexmodellerne - det andet Hollywood.

In 2005, Hull joined the crew of the Fox thriller 24, as an assistant to executive producer Howard Gordon. He stayed with the series throughout the fifth season, before departing.

Hull wrote episodes of the dramas Veronica Mars and Big Shots, in 2007 and 2008.

In 2008, Hull boarded The CW drama Gossip Girl, as a story editor, for its second season. During the second half of season two, Hull was promoted to executive story editor. With the commencement of the fourth season Hull began serving as co-producer. When the fourth season concluded he left the show. He wrote several episodes while working on the series.

During summer 2011, Hull joined the Fox drama Alcatraz as a producer and writer, for its freshman and only season.

Once Upon a Time writing credits

The following is a list of episodes of Once Upon a Time that credit Hull as their writer.

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