Known mostly for creating the television series Supernatural. A 1992 graduate of Sylvania (Ohio) Southview High School. Eric showed great interest in cinema at a young age making many home movies with his friends, showing them to students at Southwest after completion. After graduation from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in 1996, Kripke wrote and directed two 1997 films, Battle of the Sexes and Truly Committed. He later developed and wrote for The WB's 2003 television series Tarzan, which was cancelled after eight episodes, and followed this by writing the 2005 film Boogeyman. In 2005, Kripke created the series Supernatural and currently serves as writer and executive producer on this series. Supernatural first aired on The WB. It now air's on the The CW, the network created by the merger of UPN and The WB on September 15, 2006.
Birthplace: Toledo Ohio, USA
Occupation: Writer, Television director, Television producer
Nickname: 'The Kripmeister'
- Slamdance Film Festival's Audience Award for Truly Committed
- Kripke is a 1993 initiate of the Gamma Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Southern California.
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