Mark Frost is a writer, producer, and author who wrote books such as "The List of Seven" (1993) and "The Greatest Game Ever Played" (2002) which was picked up for a film adaptation by Disney in 2005 starring Shia LeBeouf. He was the writer for 'Fantastic Four' (2005) and 'Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer' (2007). Most notably however is his most known work which is his co-creator credit on television series 'Twin Peaks' (1990). Frost attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania during the 70's which he worked as a member of the production crew for 'Mister Rodger's Neighborhood' (1968). Frost's agent whom also represented film director David Lynch organized a meeting between the two which hit off the creation of their television series 'Twin Peaks'. In an Empire interview in August of 1993 Frost stated that "there were times when David Lynch was making Wild at Heart when I was doing almost all the work on 'Twin Peaks'. But everybody wants to believe in the auteur theory, that it all somehow springs from one person, and David had a much higher profile." the quote suggests perhaps Frost didn't receive as much credit as he believed he deserved in the upbringing of the series. Beyond 'Twin Peaks' as his most popular work with David Lynch, they both were to work on a film titled 'One Saliva Bubble' which was to be a comedy starring Steve Martin and Martin Short however due to the bankruptcy of Dino De Laurentiis' film production company left the movie to scrap and was never filmed. Before the success of Twin Peaks however Frost was nominated for an Emmy Award for his writing in television drama series 'Hillstreet Blues' (1981) while later being nominated again for his writing in 'Twin Peaks'. Frost has written for plenty of films such as 1987's horror film 'Scared Stiff', 'The Believers', 1992's thriller 'Storyville', and 1998's drama 'The Repair Shop'.