Chuck Thomas (born July 30, 1980 in Birmingham, England) is a British television presenter and producer. He currently hosts the late night ITV game show Quizmania, which he created with Debbie King and Simone Thorogood. He is also Director of Programming for Participation TV at FremantleMedia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chuck Thomas"
Doug (Douglas) Langdale is an American screenwriter, producer and actor, who mostly works on television cartoons and animated films aimed at children. He has worked with Disney numerous times. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doug Langdale"
Edgar J. Scherick ( October 24, 1924 – December 2, 2002) was one of the most prolific producers of television miniseries, made-for-television films, and theatrical motion pictures. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edgar J. Scherick"
Glen Charles was born in Henderson, Nevada. He attended the University of Redlands, California and earned a B.A. in English. Charles began his professional life as an advertising copywriter, but moved into television. He began television career with brother, Les Charles. The two were writer-producers for The Bob Newhart Show, created and produced Taxi, formed Charles-Burrows-Charles production company with James Burrows, and created and produced the television series Cheers. The brothers also co-wrote the screenplay for the 1999 film, Pushing Tin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Glen Charles"
Harvey Levin was one of five executive producers who worked on 1986's The Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation. Now an attorney, he has the same job on the syndicated Celebrity Justice, and takes comments about cases from onlookers in Times Square on The People's Court. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harvey Levin"
Hunington Sachs (born 1962) is a media, sports and entertainment attorney practicing in Seattle and Los Angeles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hunington Sachs"
James Garner (born April 7, 1928) is an American film and television actor of partially Cherokee Indian descent. He starred in several television series that spanned a career of five decades, including his roles as Bret Maverick in the popular western- comedy series, Maverick ( 1957- 1960), Jim Rockford in the popular crime drama, The Rockford Files ( 1974- 1980), and Jim Egan in the popular but short-lived comedy, 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter ( 2003- 2005), and made dozens of movies, including the classics The Great Escape (1963) and Paddy Chayefsky's The Americanization of Emily (1964). ...more on Wikipedia about "James Garner"
Jim Mallon is the executive producer of the Peabody Award-winning series Mystery Science Theater 3000, and president of Best Brains, Inc., the series' production company. He has also directed more than 75 episodes of MST3K since its inception. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jim Mallon"
Josh Berman or Joshua Berman, a native of Encino, California is the co-executive producer on the TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Berman has been with show since its first season and has worked on a number of episodes including but not limited to " Crow's Feet", " Mea Culpa", " Unbearable" and " Compulsion". ...more on Wikipedia about "Josh Berman"
Les Charles was born in Henderson, Nevada. He attended the University of Redlands, California and earned a B.A. in English. Charles began his professional career as a high school english teacher, but moved into television. He began television career with brother, Glen Charles. The two were writer-producers for The Bob Newhart Show, created and produced Taxi, formed Charles-Burrows-Charles production company with James Burrows, and created and produced the television series Cheers. The brothers also co-wrote the screenplay for the 1999 film, Pushing Tin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Les Charles"
Naren Shankar is a writer, producer and director of several television series. As a writer Shankar has contributed with works for Farscape, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Night Visions, The Chronicle, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. As a producer Shankar has worked with UC: Undercover and Farscape and has directed episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Naren Shankar"
Paul Mullie is a screen writer and producer who has worked on a number of projects. He is credited for writing episodes of Stargate: Atlantis, Largo Winch and Stargate SG-1 and has worked as executive producer on Stargate Atlantis: Rising and Stargate: Atlantis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Mullie"
Filmmaker and television producer, Stephen Anderson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on 8th November 1975 to mother Jean and father Brian Anderson, a succesful Rugby Union Referee. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stephen Anderson (film)"
Sydney Cecil Newman OC ( April 1, 1917 – October 30, 1997) was a Canadian film and television producer, best remembered for the pioneering work he undertook in British television drama from the late 1950s to the late 1960s. Initially a film editor with the National Film Board of Canada, he later moved into television with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where he began his long association with the drama genre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sydney Newman" My way is http://www.shortopedia.com Television_producers
A Television producer oversees the making of television programs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Television producer"
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