Al Jean is a TV comedy writer most known for his work on The Simpsons. He was born in Farmington Hills, Michigan. His family owned a hardware store across the street from his high school. Supposedly in high school Al Jean was a math and science nerd. He has written for The Tonight Show, ALF and The PJs. In 1994, along with Mike Reiss, he created the prime time animated show The Critic. Al Jean is currently executive producer and show runner of The Simpsons. He has also run the show in other seasons such as 3 and 4. Al majored in science at Harvard university. Al Jean has been featured extensively in Simpsons DVD commentaries and is known for having a nasal voice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Jean"
Alexandria Borstein (born February 15, 1971 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American actress, voice actress, writer and comedian. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Borstein"
Bill Dana (born October 5, 1924) is a comedian, writer, author, producer and composer, who was well-established in comedy writing before he created the character Jose Jimenez for the Steve Allen Show. After 1970, responding to changing times, he no longer portrayed the Jose Jimenez character. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Dana"
Bob Thomas (born March 1, 1965 in Appalachia, Virginia) is a radio personality, actor, and writer. He was one of the top radio announcers in Knoxville, Tennessee for 25 years. During his tenure at radio station WIVK, he had the highest-rated midday radio show in the United States for over 16 years. As an actor, he has appeared in many films and hundreds of commercials. He wrote several episodes of the popular TV show Lizzie McGuire. In 2004, he played "Slammin' Sammy" in the film Friday Night Lights. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob Thomas"
Caprice Crane is a Writer / Novelist / Music Supervisor / Screenwriter / TV Crewperson / TV Producer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caprice Crane"
Colin Quinn (born June 6, 1959) is an Irish-American comedian. He was born in Brooklyn and was raised in the Park Slope section of the borough. His gravelly Brooklyn accent and mannerisms are a trademark of his performances. Quinn performs stand-up, headlining at the top comedy clubs across the country, including Caroline's Comedy Club in New York City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colin Quinn"
Damon Wayans (born September 4, 1960), one of the Wayans brothers, is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor who began his career as a stand-up comic in 1982. He was briefly on Saturday Night Live as a featured performer, before getting fired for not playing his character as scripted. ...more on Wikipedia about "Damon Wayans"
David Milch was born in Buffalo, New York to a Jewish family. His father was a surgeon and his mother was head of the Buffalo Board of Education. His brother, Dr. Robert Milch, is also a surgeon and Medical Director of Hospice Buffalo. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Milch"
Edward di Lorenzo is a screenwriter with a cult following among fans of Gerry Anderson's science fiction TV series Space: 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward di Lorenzo"
Garry Kent Marshall (born November 13, 1934) is an American actor/director/writer/producer. He is the brother of actress/director Penny Marshall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Garry Marshall"
Eugene Wesley Roddenberry ( August 19, 1921 - October 24, 1991) was an American scriptwriter and producer. He is best known as the creator of the science fiction television series Star Trek, and was one of the first people to be buried in space. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gene Roddenberry"
Glen A. Larson (born 1937) is a television writer and producer. Some of his series have become cult hits and either remain in syndication or have been revived. Larson is sometimes compared to Gene Roddenberry by fans of genre television. He began his career in the entertainment industry as a member of the singing group The Four Preps (with whom he appeared in one of the Gidget films). The Four Preps ultimately produced three gold records for Capitol, all of which Larson wrote: "26 Miles Across the Sea (Santa Catalina)", "Big Man", and "Down by the Station". ...more on Wikipedia about "Glen A. Larson"
Glenn Eichler started out as an editor for the National Lampoon magazine. From there, he moved over to work as story editor for the MTV television shows, Beavis and Butt-head and The Maxx, and was later responsible for creating the character Daria Morgendorffer for Beavis and Butt-head. He later went on to co-create and produce the television show, Daria, for MTV as well as Hey Joel for VH1. He has also written for such shows as Rugrats, Married... with Children, and The Wrong Coast, a stop-action animation mini-series for the American Movie Classics cable channel. He currently writes for Comedy Central with The Colbert Report. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glenn Eichler"
Greg Weisman (born September 28 1963 in Woodland Hills, California) is an American animation writer and producer most famous as the creator of the acclaimed animated television series, Gargoyles. Weisman is a former English teacher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greg Weisman"
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Irna Phillips ( July 1, 1901 - December 22, 1973) wrote and created many of the first American soap operas. She is considered by many to be the mother of the genre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Irna Phillips"
Joseph Michael Straczynski (born July 17, 1954) is an award-winning American writer/ producer of television series, novels, short stories, comic books, and radio dramas. He is also a playwright, journalist and author of a well-regarded tome on scriptwriting. He was the creator, executive producer and head writer for the science fiction TV series Babylon 5 and Crusade. Straczynski wrote most of the Babylon 5 episodes, notably an unbroken 59-episode run including all of the third and fourth seasons. He is also a participant in Usenet and other early computer networks, interacting with fans through various online forums (including GEnie, CompuServe, and America Online) since 1985. He is a friend and collaborator with speculative fiction author Harlan Ellison, a student and friend of Norman Corwin and an outspoken admirer of the work of Rod Serling. ...more on Wikipedia about "J. Michael Straczynski"
Jean-Marc Lofficier (born June 22, 1954, Toulon, France) with his wife, Randy Lofficier, has authored half a dozen books about film and television programs as well as numerous comic books and translations as well as a number of animation screenplays. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jean-Marc Lofficier"
Jerry Juhl ( July 27, 1938 – September 27 2005) was a television and movie writer best known for his work with Jim Henson's Muppets. He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jerry Juhl"
Lawrence Hertzog is an American television writer and producer. He is best known for creating the cult series Nowhere Man, which aired for one season during 1995-1996 on UPN. He was born in Flushing, New York and grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lawrence Hertzog"
Leonard Freeman (died January 20, 1974) was an American television writer and producer whose most famous achievement was the creation of the CBS television network series Hawaii Five-O in 1968. In 1960, he wrote for the series Route 66; in 1959, he produced The Untouchables. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leonard Freeman"
Lloyd Rose is an American writer most associated with her work for on various Doctor Who spin-offs, although she has also written for the American television series Homicide: Life on the Street and Kingpin. She often jokes in her biographies that her name is the pen name of a writer called Sarah Tonyn, although (despite the information on her IMDB entry) she has not had any profession writing published under this name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lloyd Rose"
Mark Frost (born 25 November 1953) is an American novelist, television/film writer, director, and executive producer. His work became famous in the seminal TV show Hill Street Blues. His other TV credits include Twin Peaks and On the Air. He co-wrote and directed the film Storyville, co-wrote Fantastic Four and wrote The Greatest Game Ever Played (based on his novel of the same name). ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Frost"
Marti Noxon is a television and film writer best known for her work as a writer and executive producer on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She is a graduate of Kresge College at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Besides her work on Buffy, she co-wrote the 1999 movie Just A Little Harmless Sex, and wrote the pilot for Still Life in 2003, though the show wasn't picked up. In 2005, she co-created Point Pleasant, which was cancelled after eight episodes (though thirteen were filmed). ...more on Wikipedia about "Marti Noxon"
Nelson Slade Bond (born November 23 1908) was an early writer of science fiction and fantasy, he also wrote a great deal of sports and crime fiction. His published fiction is mainly short stories, most of which appeared in pulp magazines in the 1930s and 1940s; many were published in Blue Book magazine. He wrote extensively for radio and television, and for the stage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nelson S. Bond"
Nicholas Hammond (born May 15, 1950) is an American actor. The son of actress Eileen Bennett, Hammond was 13 when he made his first movie appearance in Lord of the Flies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nicholas Hammond" It's my http://www.shortopedia.com!
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