Kristian Fraga

Kristian Fraga



Kristian Fraga is an American director, producer, and writer from New York City. He is best known for his work in television and film, including directing the film "Glory Daze" (1996) and producing the television series "The Wire" (2002-2008).

Fraga began his career in the entertainment industry as an assistant director on the television series "New York Undercover" (1994-1998). He then moved on to direct a few episodes of the series "Law & Order" (1996-2001). In 1996, he directed his first feature film, "Glory Daze," which starred Burt Reynolds, Stephen Baldwin, and Julie Carmen. The film was well-received and established Fraga as a director to watch.

Fraga went on to direct several television movies, including "The Stranger" (1998) and "Fatal Reunion" (1999). He also directed the feature film "Goodbye Baby" (2004) and the television movie "The Good Shepherd" (2006). In 2002, he joined the production team of the acclaimed HBO series "The Wire," eventually becoming a producer. He worked on the show until its conclusion in 2008.

In addition to his directing and producing credits, Fraga also wrote the screenplay for the feature film "The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle" (2000). He also wrote and directed the short film "The Last Time I Saw You" (2010).

In recent years, Fraga has been a part of several projects, including directing the feature film "The Human Race" (2013) and producing the television series "Treme" (2010-2013). He is currently in pre-production on his next film, an adaptation of the novel "The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue."

In his career, Fraga has earned numerous awards and accolades, including an Emmy Award for his work on "The Wire" and a nomination for the Directors Guild of America Award for his work on "The Human Race." He is a highly respected director and has made a lasting mark on the entertainment industry.

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