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Rob Bowman

Rob Bowman (born on May 15, 1960 in Wichita Falls, Texas, USA) worked as a director for The X-Files. He initially gained recognition by directing 13 episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation between 1987 and 1990.

In 1994, Bowman directed his first episode of The X-Files, entitled "Gender Bender". He continued to work on the series and directed The X-Files Movie in 1998. In 2000, he left the series after having worked on 73 episodes as either director, producer or both.  With 33 credited episodes, he was the second-most prolific director on the show, the first being Kim Manners.

Director/Producer Credits

Episode Credit
Season 1
"Gender Bender" Director
Season 2
"Fresh Bones" Director/Producer
"End Game"
"Død Kalm"
"F. Emasculata"
"Our Town"
"Sleepless" Director
"Aubrey"
"Colony" Producer
"Fearful Symmetry"
"Anasazi"
Season 3
"Paper Clip" Director/Producer
"The Walk"
"731"
"Syzygy"
"Wetwired"
"Piper Maru" Director
"Pusher"
"Jose Chung's From Outer Space
"The Blessing Way" Producer
"D.P.O."
"The List"
"2Shy"
"Oubliette"
"Nisei"
"Revelations"
"Grotesque"
"Teso Dos Bichos"
"Hell Money"
"Quagmire"
"Talitha Cumi"
Season 4
"The Field Where I Died" Director/Producer
"Paper Hearts"
"Never Again"
"Memento Mori"
"Tempus Fugit"
"Unruhe" Director
"Terma"
"Herrenvolk" Producer
"Home"
"Sanguinarium"
"Tunguska"
"El Mundo Gira"
"Leonard Betts"
"Kaddish"
"Synchrony"
Season 5
"Kill Switch" Director/Producer
"The Pine Bluff Variant" Director
"Bad Blood" Producer
"Patient X"
"The Red and the Black"
"All Souls"
"The End"
Season 6
"Drive" Director/Producer
"One Son"
"Agua Mala"
"Trevor"
"Biogenesis"
"Terms of Endearment" Director
"The Beginning" Producer
"Triangle"
"How the Ghosts Stole Christmas"
"The Rain King"
"S.R. 819"
"Tithonus"
"Two Fathers"
"Monday"
"Arcadia"
"Alpha"
"Milagro"
"Three of a Kind"
"Field Trip"
Season 7
"Orison" Director/Producer
"En Ami"

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