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Chuck Shurley is an author who wrote the low selling Supernatural book series, which he writes under the pen name Carver Edlund. The contents of the books are actually Sam and Dean's lives, the details of which come to him in his dreams. Chuck continued to write even though the books were no longer being published. Unbeknownst to him, the inspiration of the books is divine - as he is a prophet of God.1 Chuck says he started writing because of a childhood crush on Nancy McKeon, the actress who played Jo on the TV show The Facts of Life. Chuck thinks he must have sent her 40-50 letters, but she never wrote back.

Character on hit CW show 'Supernatural' portrayed by Rob Benedict

When Castiel attempts to interfere with prophecy, he is found and killed by the archangel Raphael while in Chuck's presence, who is Chuck's protector. The ensuing confrontation left Chuck's home in ruins. After he finishes his last piece of writing he mysteriously vanishes, suggesting that he may in fact be God. After Amara's return, Chuck returns to reveal to Metatron that he is in fact God in human disguise. After Metatron convinces Chuck to help, Chuck reveals himself to the Winchesters and begins aiding them in their efforts against his sister.
Chuck Shurley, he wrote those weird books, right?
Chuck: "Well, there's only one explanation. Obviously I'm a god... I'm definitely a god. A cruel, cruel, capricious god."
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