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Overview (4)

Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameGerard F. Conway
Nickname That Guy Over There
Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Gerry got his start as a writer of comic books at age fifteen. He created _The Punisher_ for Marvel Comics in 1972. In recent years, he's written for film and television, and has written and produced for Father Dowling Mysteries (1989) (ABC, 1990-91) and Under Suspicion (1994) (CBS, 1994-95).]

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gerry Conway

Gerry Conway is the author of the seminal Spider-Man story, "The Night Gwen Stacy Died," considered by many to be one of the most influential comic book stories of the past four decades. Gerry is also the co-creator of The Punisher, subject of three film adaptations, as well as co-creator of popular comic book character, Firestorm, Power Girl, Man-Thing, and Killer Croc, along with many other characters and story lines appearing in Marvel and DC Comics, several of which have been adapted to film, and have been featured in the Batman animated series, and elsewhere.

As a television writer and producer, Gerry has worked primarily in the mystery and police procedural format, and is best known for his work on Law & Order (1990) and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001). He's been nominated for the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Award, and was twice nominated for an Emmy Award.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gerry Conway

Trivia (6)

Father of Cara Conway, b. 11/30/79
Created Firestorm: The Nuclear Man, for DC Comics.
Created The Punisher for Marvel Comics.
As writer on the "Amazing Spider-Man," devised a storyline that included the death of the popular Gwen Stacy character.
Succeeded Marv Wolfman as editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics in 1976.
(1994-95) Supervising Producer for CBS-TV's Under Suspicion (1994).

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