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David Simon projects that have filmed in Baltimore

1999: An HBO crew films a scene for the mini-series "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name. The filming was at the intersection of E. Lafayette and Port St. in East Baltimore.
(Doug Kapustin / XX)
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"The Corner," "The Wire," and "Homicide: Life on the Street" have all taken place in Baltimore.
(Leeann Adams)
The Corner
1999: Actors Sean Nelson, left, and Brian O'Neill work through a scene during the filming of "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name.
1999: Actors Sean Nelson, left, and Brian O'Neill work through a scene during the filming of "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name. (Doug Kapustin / XX)
The Corner
1999: An HBO crew films a scene for the mini-series "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name. The filming was at the intersection of E. Lafayette and Port St. in East Baltimore.
1999: An HBO crew films a scene for the mini-series "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name. The filming was at the intersection of E. Lafayette and Port St. in East Baltimore. (Doug Kapustin / XX)
The Corner
1999: Actors Clark Peters (second from left) and Sean Nelson walk across Port St. in East Baltimore during filming for "The Corner."
1999: Actors Clark Peters (second from left) and Sean Nelson walk across Port St. in East Baltimore during filming for "The Corner." (Doug Kapustin / XX)
The Corner
1999: An HBO crew films a scene for the mini-series "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name.
1999: An HBO crew films a scene for the mini-series "The Corner" based on a David Simon book by the same name. (Doug Kapustin / XX)
Homicide: Life on the Street
1998: Filming the 11th episode of "Homicide: Life on the Street" in Pigtown, at the corner of Cross and Nanticoke Streets, which was modified to look like upper Park Heights Ave. Baltimore Police Capt. Gary D'Addario, a technical advisor for the TV show, has a small role as Lt. Jasper. David Simon, left, author of the book on which the TV show is based.
1998: Filming the 11th episode of "Homicide: Life on the Street" in Pigtown, at the corner of Cross and Nanticoke Streets, which was modified to look like upper Park Heights Ave. Baltimore Police Capt. Gary D'Addario, a technical advisor for the TV show, has a small role as Lt. Jasper. David Simon, left, author of the book on which the TV show is based. (Amy Davis / XX)
Homicide: Life on the Street
David Simon on the set of Homicide.
David Simon on the set of Homicide. (Chiaki Kawajiri / XX)
The Corner
1997: David Simon and Ed Burns, co-authors of the book "The Corner."
1997: David Simon and Ed Burns, co-authors of the book "The Corner." (Karl Merton Ferron / XX)
The Wire
2004: On the set of the HBO series "The Wire." Series creator David Simon, right, gestures while watching the filming. On left, Director Steve Shill, in center, writer George Pelecanos.
2004: On the set of the HBO series "The Wire." Series creator David Simon, right, gestures while watching the filming. On left, Director Steve Shill, in center, writer George Pelecanos. (BARBARA HADDOCK TAYLOR / Baltimore Sun)
The Wire
2008: David Simon, creator, writer and executive producer of The Wire, outside the Senator Theatre before the fifth season premiere.
2008: David Simon, creator, writer and executive producer of The Wire, outside the Senator Theatre before the fifth season premiere. (Christopher T. Assaf / Baltimore Sun)
The Wire
From left, actors Clark Johnson, Brandon Young, Michelle Paress, and Tom McCarthy in a scene from the upcoming season of "The Wire". For its fifth and final season. "The Wire" ventures into the newsroom of The Sun, Baltimore's newspaper of record, where executive producer and lead writer David Simon worked for 13 years as a police reporter before he took a buyout in 1995.
From left, actors Clark Johnson, Brandon Young, Michelle Paress, and Tom McCarthy in a scene from the upcoming season of "The Wire". For its fifth and final season. "The Wire" ventures into the newsroom of The Sun, Baltimore's newspaper of record, where executive producer and lead writer David Simon worked for 13 years as a police reporter before he took a buyout in 1995. (Paul Schiraldi / Associated Press)
David Simon
2006: David Simon , creator of HBO's "The Wire" in East Baltimore.
2006: David Simon , creator of HBO's "The Wire" in East Baltimore. (JOHN MAKELY / Baltimore Sun)
The Plot Against America
2019: Filming for the HBO TV mini-series, "The Plot Against America," adapted by David Simon from the Philip Roth novel, taking place on the S.S. John Brown, a WWII Liberty ship docked in Canton.
2019: Filming for the HBO TV mini-series, "The Plot Against America," adapted by David Simon from the Philip Roth novel, taking place on the S.S. John Brown, a WWII Liberty ship docked in Canton. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
We Own This CIty
David Simon (center, black cap) and George Pelecanos (right, blue shirt) on the set of 'We Own This City,' the HBO mini-series based on Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton's book of the same name.
David Simon (center, black cap) and George Pelecanos (right, blue shirt) on the set of 'We Own This City,' the HBO mini-series based on Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton's book of the same name. (HANDOUT)
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