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Kim Manners (January 13, 1951 – January 25, 2009) was an American television producer, director, and actor best known for his appearances on The X-Files and Supernatural.
Kim Manners was born in a show business family. Sam Manners (born Savino Maneri in Cleveland, Ohio) had appeared on television shows such as The Wild West and Route 66. Manners did some act as a child; his first appearance in a Chevrolet commercial was at the age of three. He also followed and occasionally participated in his father's career, as well as the work of William Beaudine, the director of Rin Tin Tin's Adventures. Manners was inspired by Beaudine to become a director.
Kelly Manners' brother, Kelly, appears in Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Dollhouse, as well as Tana, a television producer.
Manners made his directorial debut at the age of 27, directing an episode of Charlie's Angels. He had served as both the show's unit production manager and as an assistant director on a handful of other projects prior to this. Manners' name appears in episodes such as 21 Jump Street, Mission: Impossible, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Baywatch, K-9000, and The Commish are among Manners' most notable directorial credits.
Manners left his teaching work at Stephen J. Cannell Productions in 1993 to work on the television show The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. He produced 7 of the series's 27 episodes, more than any other show's producer. He mused that he was the series's "mascot director." He was content with the production and believed that it "stretched" him artistically. "It really woke me up as a producer, almost spiritually," he said, and that directing for Brisco was a major contributing factor in his later success as a regular director on The X-Files.
Manners decided to produce and direct The X-Files in the show's second season on Rob Bowman, who had appeared on the program's first season, and James Wong and Glen Morgan, who were writers for the show and had previously worked with Manners on 21 Jump Street, both agreed to produce and direct the script.
In 1995, 1996, 1997, and 1998, Manners, as well as his fellow producers on The X-Files, was recognized for four Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series. Manners was included in the X-Files episode "Jose Chung's From Outer Space" with a foul-mouthed police detective named after him. Manners managed a number of small projects before deciding to direct and produce Supernatural in 2005, following the conclusion of The X-Files in 2002.