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Nicolas Falacci

Nicolas Falacci is a television writer and producer. Along with his wife and writing partner Cheryl Heuton, he co-created the television series Numb3rs (2005).[1][2] Falacci and Heuton won the 2005, Carl Sagan Award for Public Understanding of Science award for the show's popularization of mathematics.[3] Falacci also wrote the story and screenplay for the 1991 horror film Children of the Night, starring Karen Black and Peter DeLuise.[4]

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  2. ^ Weise, Weise (8 February 2005). "The brains behind crime show are calculatingly cool".  
  3. ^ "Carl Sagan Award". Council of Scientific Society Presidents. Archived from the original on 12 November 2014. Retrieved 17 February 2015. 
  4. ^ "Nicolas Falacci".  

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