The Librarians Season 4 Production Bios
An acclaimed writer, producer and director of blockbuster films and highly-rated television projects, Dean Devlin serves as chairman and CEO of Electric Entertainment, the full-service film, television, worldwide sales & distribution company, and studio he founded in May 2001, which also houses Electric Post, a state-of-the-art digital effects and post production facility.
Over the last twenty-five years, Devlin has been a prolific provider of crowd pleasing film and television fare, including producing and co-writing some of the most successful feature films of all time -- Stargate, Godzilla and Independence Day -- which grossed more than $800 million worldwide. Devlin recently completed production as Executive Producer and Showrunner on the fourth season of TNT's The Librarians, which premiered in 2014 and stars Noah Wyle, Rebecca Romijn and John Larroquette. Devlin’s feature directorial debut, Geostorm, which he also co-wrote, was recently released by Warner Bros. and stars Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish, Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris and Andy Garcia. He also recently produced the sequel Independence Day: Resurgence for Twentieth Century Fox. Devlin’s next feature film, Bad Samaritan, which he directed and produced, stars David Tennant and Robert Sheehan and will be released in 2018 through Electric’s distribution arm.
Also under the Electric banner, Devlin produced Flyboys, Eight-Legged Freaks, Cellular and the critically acclaimed documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? Just prior to forming Electric Entertainment, Devlin produced the Mel Gibson period drama, The Patriot, which was nominated for three Academy Awards® and earned Gibson a People’s Choice Award for Best Actor.
In television, Devlin executive-produced five seasons of the fan favorite Leverage, the action-packed TNT series starring Oscar®-winner Timothy Hutton. Devlin also executive-produced three Librarian movies of the week for TNT, starring Noah Wyle, the success of which led to the Librarians series. In 2005, along with Bryan Singer he executive produced the Emmy-winning SyFy project The Triangle.
Electric has recently entered the domestic distribution space and has released Rob Reiner’s historical biopic LBJ starring Woody Harrelson as well as The Book of Love starring Jason Sudeikis, Jessica Biel and Maisie Williams.
As a founding partner of Electric Entertainment, Marc Roskin has been a driving force behind the company's award winning television and feature film production. Since opening Electric's doors with Dean Devlin in 2001, Roskin has developed and produced each of the company's features including the critically acclaimed Who Killed the Electric Car?, Flyboys and Cellular.
In Electric's television division, Roskin helped create and executive produce 2004's highest rated cable movie, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear, as well as its two sequels and the spin-off television series, The Librarians. Roskin executive produces and directs the series, which is now in its fourth season on TNT. He was at the helm of TNT's People's Choice Award-winning series Leverage, for which he executive produced and directed more than 20 episodes. In addition, he has executive produced Syfy's six hour miniseries The Triangle, TNT's micro series Blank Slate and independently directed episodes of Covert Affairs, Burn Notice, Common Law, Dallas, The Glades, Killer Women, Graceland and Sleepy Hollow.
Roskin produced and directed second unit on Dean Devlin's feature directorial debut, Geostorm, the Warner Brothers epic disaster movie starring Gerard Butler.
Prior to founding Electric Entertainment, Roskin was senior vice president at Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin's production company, Centropolis Entertainment. There, he was instrumental in the development and production of films such as Godzilla, The Patriot, Eight Legged Freaks and The Thirteenth Floor.
Noah Wyle is an Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominee who is best known for his award-winning work for 12 seasons on the NBC drama ER. In his role as Dr. John Carter, Wyle became known to audiences worldwide. He currently executive produces and stars in TNT's The Librarians, which is entering its fourth season this winter. Wyle recently starred in and served as a producer of TNT's critically acclaimed sci-fi series Falling Skies, which ended its run in 2015.
Wyle's other credits include the critically acclaimed role as Steve Jobs in the Emmy-nominated Pirates of Silicon Valley for TNT. He starred in Oliver Stone's 2008 drama W in the role of Secretary of Commerce Don Evans. Wyle appeared in the Rod Lurie directed drama Nothing But the Truth alongside Angela Bassett and Kate Beckinsale. In 2009, he was seen in William Olsson's An American Affair, which starred Gretchen Mol. Wyle starred as Flynn Carsen in TNT's The Librarian trilogy, including The Librarian: Quest for the Spear in 2004, The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines in 2006 and in The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice in 2008. He also starred in and associate-produced The Myth of Fingerprints. Wyle's additional feature film credits include Warner Brothers' White Oleander, Columbia Pictures' Enough, the independent feature Donnie Darko, Swing Kids and A Few Good Men. He also appeared in the film The Californians in 2005 and played the lead role in Queen of the Lot in 2010. Most recently, he played Mark in Jeremy Kagan’s Shot and appeared in Mark Felt, produced by Ridley Scott.
Along with his film and television career, Wyle is also very involved and devoted to theatre and serves as creative producer of the award winning Blank Theatre Company. With the company, he has appeared on stage in the 1995 production of The 24th Day, opposite Peter Berg, and in the 2006 production of Lobster Alice, in which he starred as surrealist artist Salvador Dali.
Wyle is involved in numerous issue-oriented initiatives, including serving as national spokesperson for Cover the Uninsured Week, an unprecedented effort to bring awareness to the 44 million Americans who have no health coverage. In 2012, Wyle additionally advocated his support for the disability rights group ADAPT, a group of activists striving to prevent cuts in Medicaid. His other philanthropic involvement includes work with Doctors of the World, Human Rights Watch and Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.