Case Profile for Daniel Knauf – An Interview

Join us for this special episode of The Blacklist Exposed as we interview co-executive producer and writer, Daniel Knauf. Known for his extensive television work, as well as creating the HBO classic ‘Carnivale’, Daniel has also written several of our favorite Blacklist episodes. From Monarch Douglas Bank to Karakurt, from Vanessa Cruz to Dembe’s origin story in the Mombassa Cartel, Daniel takes us down a journey of reflection as he opens himself up and shares his behind-the-scenes experiences in Hollywood.

What is it really like breaking down these numerous storylines? What do the writers and producers think of the fans constant dissection of plot lines? Which stories were the most fun and daunting to write? Most importantly – What does Daniel think of ‘The Mother’ theory? All of these questions are answered during our wildly entertaining, exclusive interview with Daniel Knauf.

With over 100 minutes of pure awesome you will also get great business advice about knowing your customer, balancing your work and family life, plus what good teachers and leaders do to achieve excellence out of their teams. Open up a bottle of boxed wine and enjoy the sun on your face with an interview all 15 million Blacklist fans needs to hear.

Special thanks again to Special Agent Susanne for helping make the interview happen! You can see her theories, works and more by visiting “Clearing The Red Tape” on Facebook and on the web.

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