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Mark Olshaker Emmy Award-Winning Filmmaker

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Mark Olshaker is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker, New York Times best-selling non-fiction author and critically acclaimed novelist. In his research, writing and consulting, he has worked closely with many of the nation’s leading experts in the fields of law enforcement and criminal justice, public health, disease prevention, intelligence, bio-defense and pandemic planning, and is adept at translating complex issues of science, medicine and law for the general public.

The books he has written with John Douglas, beginning with MINDHUNTER, have sold millions of copies, been translated into many languages and, along with his Emmy-nominated film, Mind of a Serial Killer, for the PBS series NOVA, made Olshaker a sought-after speaker and consultant on criminal justice and victims’ rights issues.

He and Douglas co-wrote the lead chapter for the textbook FORENSIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, published in 2001 by Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins recently revised for the second edition.His and Douglas’s newest book is LAW & DISORDER, concerning failures of the criminal justice system and the constant quest for justice.

Their program for NOVA, Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?, premiered on PBS in January 2013.

Photo's of Mark and John credited to: Philip Bermingham