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Chris Provenzano
Chris Provenzano
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Chris Provenzano
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Chris Provenzano was a co-producer and writer for Justified. He joined the crew as an Executive Story Editor for the first season in 2010. He wrote the episode "Long in the Tooth" and co-wrote the episode "The Hammer" with co-executive producer Fred Golan. He became a co-producer for the second season in 2011 and wrote the episode "Debts and Accounts". He left the crew at the end of the second season. He has recently helped co-write the Season 4 episodes, "Money Trap" and "Decoy" along with Elmore Leonard and Graham Yost respectively and has also written the fifth season episodes, "Shot All to Hell", "Whistle Past the Graveyard" and "Starvation".

Provenzano had previously written for the AMC drama Mad Men. Before becoming a writer he worked in promotions for network television.

CreditsEdit

Season one credits
Fire in the Hole Riverbrook Fixer Long in the Tooth The Lord of War and Thunder
The Collection Blind Spot Blowback Hatless The Hammer
Veterans Fathers and Sons Bulletville
Season two credits
The Moonshine War The Life Inside The I of the Storm For Blood or Money Cottonmouth
Blaze of Glory Save My Love The Spoil Brother's Keeper Debts and Accounts
Full Commitment Reckoning Bloody Harlan
Season four credits
Hole in the Wall Where's Waldo? Truth and Consequences The Bird Has Flown Kin
Foot Chase Money Trap Outlaw The Hatchet Tour Get Drew
Decoy Peace of Mind Ghosts
Season five credits
A Murder of Crowes The Kids Aren't All Right Good Intentions Over the Mountain Shot All to Hell
Kill the Messenger Raw Deal Whistle Past the Graveyard Wrong Roads Weight
The Toll Starvation Restitution

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