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Barney Cohen is a television writer and creative consultant. He is best known for co-creating the 1990s vampire drama Forever Knight along with James D. Parriott. Cohen was credited in all seventy-one episodes of the series. Cohen's first work in the genre however was co-writing the 1984 slasher film Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. In 1986, he also wrote the screenplay for the horror comedy Killer Party (not to be confused with the Robert Englund-directed comedy Killer Pad). In 1989, he co-wrote the screenplay for the telemovie Nick Knight, which later became the basis for Forever Knight. Cohen also co-wrote the scripts for the two-part series pilot, "Dark Knight" and "Dark Knight, the Second Chapter".
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|Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter||1984||Co-writer|
|Forever Knight||Dark Knight||Co-creator; Co-writer|
|Forever Knight||Dark Knight, the Second Chapter||Co-creator; Co-writer|
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- Barney Cohen appeared as a commentator on the His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th documentary.
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