|Birth name:||Rafe Lee Judkins|
|Date of birth:||January 8th, 1983|
|Place of birth:||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Notable works:||Hemlock Grove|
|1st Horror:||Hemlock Grove: Jellyfish in the Sky|
Rafe Lee Judkins is a television producer and teleplay writer. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on January 8th, 1983. In the horror fiction genre, Rafe worked as a co-producer on the Netflix original series Hemlock Grove. He is credited in ten episodes from season one as co-producer or producer. He also wrote one episode from the season, "What Peter Can Live Without", which is also known by the title "Peter's Hierarchy of Shit He Can Live Without".
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- Rafe Judkins first gained television notoriety as a contestant on the reality TV series Survivor. He was part of the Xhakúm Tribe and appeared in fifteen episodes of the show in season eleven.
- Rafe Judkins comes from a large Mormon family in Salt Lake City, but later moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Other works[edit | edit source]
- Rafe Judkins worked as a writing assistant on the USA Network television series The 4400. He worked on five episodes of the show, which co-starred Re-Animator leading man Jeffrey Combs.
- In 2006, Rafe worked as a script coordinator on the crime drama series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
- Rafe Judkins was a staff writer, teleplay writer and assistant editor on eighteen episodes of the action/comedy series Chuck between 2010 and 2012. The series featured Predator 2 actor Adam Baldwin.
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