Peter M. Lenkov is a native of Montreal, Canada. He has been a writing producer of movies and television shows for nearly 20 years.
In 2010, Lenkov launched his reboot of the longrunning CBS series “Hawaii Five-0,” currently airing on CBS and in over 200 countries around the world. Prior to “Hawaii Five-0,” Lenkov served as executive producer on “CSI: NY,” for which he won a Media Access Award. Additionally, acclaimed actor, Ed Asner, earned an Emmy nomination for his guest starring role in a “CSI: NY” episode which Lenkov wrote.
Lenkov’s additional television credits include “24,” for which he earned an Emmy nomination for Best TV Series, “The District,” and “La Femme Nikita.” He also co-produced the miniseries “XIII,” based on the popular graphic novel and video game of the same name and created “Metajets” and “Kung Fu Dino Posse,” two new animated TV shows.
On the big screen, Lenkov has written and produced several films, including “Demolition Man,” starring Sylvester Stallone and Sandra Bullock, “Son in Law” and “Jury Duty.”
In July of 2013, Universal released “R.I.P.D,” starring Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, and Kevin Bacon. The film was based on the comic book written by Lenkov for Dark Horse Publishing. Lenkov’s second comic series “Fort: Prophet of the Unexplained” was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award in 2002.