Eric Wallace is a writer who worked on the MTV series Teen Wolf.


Wallace began his career in the early 90's working for film legend Roger Corman and then DreamWorks SKG. He soon began writing his own scripts while working various jobs before becoming a producer.

He achieved his first feature spec sale with the hip-hop horror screenplay, Bloody Mary. This lead to several independent writing and script doctor assignments, as well as working on the Imax supernatural drama, The Bog People.

Expanding into animation, Wallace wrote episodes for Ben 10: Omniverse and Duel Masters on Cartoon Network. Wallace also wrote for DC Comics on multiple titles.

In 2007, he began work as a writer and story editor for the Syfy Channel's hit show Eureka. He stayed for its entire five-season run writing multiple episodes and producing show's web series, Eureka: Hide and Seek. He returned to Syfy in 2014 as a co-producer and writer on Z Nation.

Teen WolfEdit

He began his work on Teen Wolf in Season 4 as co-producer and a writer. He wrote the episodes Perishable, Lies of Omission, Lie Ability, The Beast of Beacon Hills, Relics, and Triggers which he also directed.

He eventually served as a co-executive producer for the show.