|Who is it?||Television producer, Screenwriter, Journalist, Actor|
|Birth Place||United States|
|Age||65 YEARS OLD|
|Net Worth:||$1 Million|
He worked as a sportswriter for the Washington Post for many years, and then shifted his focus to television writing. He worked on Howard Cosell's show, "Sportsbeat" throughout the early and mid-80s. After relocating to Los Angeles in 1989, he caught the attention of Larry David, who invited him to write an episode of "Seinfeld". He went on to work on the show for the next six years, and eventually took over as co-executive producer during the show's final season. He then went on to write and produce the television series, "It's Like, You Know…" for two seasons. When he is not writing for television, he writes articles for the Huffington Post, and other online news outlets.