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Kath Lingenfelter
Kath Lingenfelter
Credits
Position Co-Producer, Writer and Lyricist
Biographical Information
Full Name Katherine Travis Lingenfelter[1]
Birthdate Unknown
Birthplace Unknown

Kath Lingenfelter was a co-producer, writer and lyricist on Caprica. She wrote the episode "There Is Another Sky". She also wrote the lyrics for the "Tauron Ceremony Song" (uncredited) in the same episode. Lingenfelter co-produced all of the episodes in Season 1.0 except for the "Pilot".[2][3]

Career[]

Katherine Travis Lingenfelter is television writer and producer based in Los Angeles.

[In 2019 she began] a multi-year deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment to develop and produce projects for television. She was formerly a writer and co-executive producer on HBO’s massive hit program “Westworld,” which was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series at the 2017 Emmys. Prior to that, she was a writer and supervising producer on HBO’s critically acclaimed program “The Leftovers,” and a writer and supervising producer on “House, M.D.,” which at the time ranked as the most watched [television] show in the world.

Her other credits include “Caprica,” "Pushing Daisies,” and “Sleeper Cell.” She has frequently collaborated with the Science and Entertainment Exchange (a division of the National Academy of Sciences) in incorporating STEM [science, technology, engineering and mathematics] in entertainment and has appeared on panels and given keynote speeches around the world on the challenges and benefits of demanding credible science in entertainment.[4]

Updated January 8, 2022

See Also[]

References[]

  1. "Katherine Lingenfelter". The TV IV. Retrieved on January 8, 2022.
  2. "Kath Lingenfelter". The Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on October 26, 2017.
  3. "Caprica: Original Soundtrack from the Syfy Television Series." Music by Bear McCreary, La-La Land Records, 2009/2013, LLLCD 1267.
  4. "Kath Lingenfelter speaker bio". World Conference of Science Journalists, Lausanne 2019. Retrieved on January 8, 2022, edited.
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