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Andrew Chambliss is a supervising producer and writer for ABC's Once Upon a Time.

Biography

Chambliss began his career working as an assistant to executive producer Tim Kring on new science fiction drama Heroes in the 2006 to 2007 television season. He then became an assistant to Kring on the sixth season of Crossing Jordan in Spring 2007. He worked as a Story Editor on the short-lived 2007 remake of Bionic Woman.

In Spring 2009, he joined the writing staff of Joss Whedon's philosophical science-fiction series Dollhouse as a staff writer for the first season. His first script was the ninth episode of the first season, "A Spy in the House of Love". He continued to serve as a writer and became a Story Editor for the show's second season in the 2009 to 2010 television season. He wrote a further four episodes, including the series finale. Dollhouse was canceled after completing its thirteen episode second season; Chambliss wrote for five episodes in total across its run.

He moved immediately on to the Starz historical epic Spartacus: Blood and Sand in early 2010. He was a Story Editor and also wrote an episode for the miniseries. He then joined the staff of The Vampire Diaries on The CW as an Executive Story Editor and writer for the latter half of the show's first season. He contributed to two episodes as a writer. He returned as an Executive Story Editor and writer for the second season in fall 2010. He wrote or co-wrote a further four episodes of the show. He left at the end of the second season, having written for six episodes in total.

Chambliss is the writer for the ninth season of Whedon's Buffy: the Vampire Slayer, which is progressing as a comic series after having been canceled as a television show. In an interview with Hero Complex he said "'Buffy' is such a huge part of what made me want to become a writer, especially in television".

He joined the crew of Once Upon a Time as a Co-Producer for the first season when the first season was ordered in the 2011 to 2012 television season.

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Writer

Co-Producer

Producer

Supervising Producer

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