Charles Patrick Hogan (born August 4, 1967) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and television producer. He is best known as the author of Prince of Thieves, and as the co-author of The Strain trilogy with Guillermo del Toro. Alongside del Toro, Hogan created the television series The Strain (2014–2017), adapting their trilogy of vampire novels.
Hogan in July 2014
|Born||Charles Patrick Hogan|
August 4, 1967
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Occupation||Novelist, screenwriter, producer|
|Alma mater||Canton High School|
|Genre||Crime fiction, horror|
|Notable works||The Strain|
Prince of Thieves
Devils in Exile
Hogan also wrote the crime novels The Standoff (1995), The Blood Artists (1998), The Killing Moon (2007), and The Devils In Exiles (2010), and the screenplay for the war film 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (2016).
Prince of Thieves (2004) was adapted into Ben Affleck's Academy Award-nominated film The Town (2010). The work won the 2005 Hammett Prize and was called one of the ten best novels of the year by Stephen King.
- The Standoff (1995)
- The Blood Artists (1998)
- Prince of Thieves (2004)
- The Killing Moon (2007)
- The Devils In Exile (2010)
The Strain trilogyEdit
|2014–2017||The Strain||Yes||Yes||Co-creator, television series based on his trilogy The Strain; writer (11 episodes)|||
|2016||13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi||Yes||Based on Mitchell Zuckoff's book 13 Hours|||
- "Blake Lively Goes to ‘Town’ for Ben Affleck" Retrieved September 5, 2009
- "Chuck Hogan" bio at HarperCollins Retrieved September 5, 2009
- Andreeva, Nellie (2013-11-19). "FX's 'The Strain' Gets Official 13-Episode Order, Abraham Role To Be Recast". Retrieved 2016-08-12.
- Lincoln, Ross A. (2015-06-30). "Paramount's '13 Hours' Benghazi Drama Confirmed For MLK Weekend 2016". Retrieved 2016-08-12.