Television writer and producer, Greg Prange began his career as an associate editor on the 1976 drama "Joe Panther." The next year he worked his way up to editor on the pilot for the "Bewitched" spin-off "Tabitha." Prange followed this with a string of made-for-TV movies like "The Gift," "Your Place.or Mine," and "When She Says No." In 1986, he made the leap to director with the action adventure series "Airwolf." The next year he expanded into producing with the made-for-TV movie "Lena: My 100 Children." While the majority of Prange's credits lie in post-production, he is most often regarded as a producer, as he hasn't worked as an editor since 1992's "Battling for Baby," a made-for-TV movie that featured Suzanne Pleshette, Debbie Reynolds, and Courtney Cox. Prange built his producer credits in the '90s with a string of made-for-TV movies and a stint on re-launched dolphin drama "Flipper." In 1998, he became a producer on the new teen drama "Dawson's Creek." By 2000, he worked his way up to executive producer. Prange also directed a number of episodes of the coming of age series, and his efforts earned him an ALMA nomination in 2001. When the show wrapped in 2003, he moved on to direct "One Tree Hill," where he'd become a co-executive producer in 2005.