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Thomas, Dave (I) Biography




biography of Thomas, Dave (I)

20 May 1949, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
5' 10"
Born in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Dave was the eldest son of John and Moreen Thomas. John Thomas (deceased) was a PHD in Philosophy (Duke), noted medical ethicist, head of Philosophy Department at McMaster University, and author of several books including: "Matters of Life and Death," "Well and Good," "Medical Ethic and Human Life." Moreen Thomas (living) was a church organist for 30 years and noted composer of church music. Brother, 'Ian Thomas (I)' (qv) is a noted Canadian musician and composer whose songs have been covered by bands like 'America (II)' (qv), 'Chicago (I)' (qv), Air Supply ('Russell Hitchcock' (qv) & 'Graham Russell (I)' (qv)), 'Bette Midler' (qv), and 'Manfred Mann (I)' (qv). Starting his career at ad agency McCann Erickson, after one year, Dave became the head writer of the Coca-Cola account. He then moved from the Toronto office to New York at the request of agency client Coca-Cola. Dave left advertising after three years to work at Second City Company in Toronto with 'Dan Aykroyd' (qv), 'John Candy' (qv), 'Gilda Radner' (qv), and 'Eugene Levy' (qv). He subsequently co-founded NBC's critically acclaimed comedy series _"Second City TV" (1976)_ (qv), along with co-stars 'Harold Ramis' (qv), Catherine O'Hara (I), 'Eugene Levy' (qv), 'Andrea Martin (I)' (qv), and 'John Candy' (qv). During the show's five-year run, Dave won an Emmy Award, 4 Emmy nominations for his comedy writing, an ACTRA Award for Best Variety Performer and the Earl Grey Award in 1993. With 'Rick Moranis' (qv), Dave co-created the infamous McKenzie Brothers and co-starred in the cult hit comedy film _The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew (1983)_ (qv) (MGM). Strange Brew won the Golden Reel Award for the highest box office grossing movie in Canada in 1983. The duo won Gold and Platinum Albums and a Grammy nomination. Since the film's release in 1982, the McKenzie Brothers have become a 20-year-plus enduring franchise, and Thomas and Moranis have licensed the characters to the following companies -- NBC, CBC, Polygram, MGM, Pizza Hut, Mr. Lubbe, Miller Brewing, Molsons Brewing, Todd McFarlane Toys and Disney. Dave has written, directed, produced, and co-starred in television shows for all the major networks -- most notably _"The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990)_ (qv) (CBS) and _"Grace Under Fire" (1993)_ (qv) (ABC). He was co-creator and co-executive producer of _"America's Funniest People" (1990)_ (qv) (ABC). He wrote and directed the M.O.W. _Ghost Mom (1993) (TV)_ (qv) (Fox) starring 'Jean Stapleton' (qv) and 'Geraint Wyn Davies' (qv) and starred in the M.O.W.'s Kids in the Woods (Disney) and _Picture Perfect (1995) (TV)_ (qv) (ABC). He has voiced animated shows like _"The Simpsons" (1989)_ (qv), Duckman, Catdog, Dilbert, Animaniacs, Justice League of America for Warners and Tarzan for Disney. He has appeared in numerous feature films, including Stripes with 'Bill Murray (I)' (qv) and 'Harold Ramis' (qv), _Spies Like Us (1985)_ (qv) (Dave was also co-writer with Aykroyd) with 'Chevy Chase' (qv) and 'Dan Aykroyd' (qv), _The Experts (1989)_ (qv) (Dave directed) starring 'John Travolta' (qv) and Kelly Preston, Boris & Natasha with Sally Kellerman, Coneheads with Dan Aykroyd, and most recently Rat Race with John Cleese, 'Whoopi Goldberg' (qv), and 'Cuba Gooding Jr.' (qv). In 2001, Dave played a featured role in the theatrical features Who's Your Daddy and Call Me Irresponsible (Norstar). Dave is currently voicing a major role along with Joaquin Phoenix and 'Rick Moranis' (qv) in the upcoming full-length Disney animated feature Bears due for theatrical release in 2004. In 1996, Mr. Thomas wrote a book, "SCTV Behind the Scenes". It is currently in its second printing. Mr. Thomas' production company, Maple Palm Productions, produced an Ace nominated comedy special for Showtime entitled The Time Travels of Henry Osgood starring 'Bronson Pinchot' (qv), Catherine O'Hara (I), 'John Candy' (qv), 'Martin Short (I)' (qv), and 'Joe Flaherty (I)' (qv), a special for CBS in 1990 entitled "Standup at Forty" starring Gary Shandling, Bonnie Hunt, Martin Short, George Plimpton and 'Richard Belzer' (qv). In 1992 Maple Palm produced another comedy special, this time for ABC entitled "Inside American's Unsolved Mysteries". In 1994, Maple Palm produced a reality pilot for ABC entitled _"Family Challenge" (1995)_ (qv). ABC elected not to pick up the series, so Maple Palm produced 130 hour-long episodes of _"Family Challenge" (1995)_ (qv) for the Family Channel with 'Woody Fraser' (qv). In 1999, Maple Palm Productions and Dave Thomas produced _Ambushed (1998)_ (qv) a movie for HBO, starring 'Courtney B. Vance' (qv), 'Virginia Madsen' (qv), and 'David Keith (I)' (qv), directed by 'Ernest R. Dickerson' (qv). _Ambushed (1998)_ (qv) was the highest rated television show in its time slot when it first aired in 1999. Currently, Dave is a partner in Animax Interactive, an online production company creating sponsored interactive content and designing Web Pages for such companies as Ford, Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Brothers and Verizon. Dave lives in Malibu, California with his wife Kim and four children John, Emily, Harry and Charlie.
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Dave Thomas is a founding partner and President of Animax Entertainment, an animation company based in Van Nuys with an office in Toronto. Animax does a lot of work for Disney and won a broadband animation Emmy for "Off Mikes" (ESPN) in 2006. Animax animated a show called "Slacker Cats" for ABC Family and is currently working on the animated series "Bob & Doug" for Global TV. The company has 60 writers and artists working for clients like Kodak, AOL, Sesame, Warner Brothers, National Geographic, and MGM.
Dave Thomas



-   'Kim Thomas' (1 May 1994 - present); 4 children

-   'Pam Thomas' (qv) (? - ?)


-   Thomas and 'Rick Moranis' (qv) originally created the characters Bob and Doug McKenzie in protest against government requirements for "identifiable Canadian content" in domestically produced television programming. The skits, as an SCTV program "The Great White North" featured two dim witted brothers who combined as many negative Canadian stereotypes as possible. Despite this, they became so popular that the skits were included in the U.S. version of the program.

-   Older brother of musician/composer 'Ian Thomas (I)' (qv).

-   Attended McMaster University.

-   Has four children 2 boys and 2 girls: John, 'Harrison Thomas' (qv), Emily and Charlie and they live in Angora Hills, California.

-   Was chosen to host the first annual _The 2000 Canadian Comedy Awards (2000) (TV)_ (qv) in Toronto.


-   Dave was part of the Godspell cast in early 1972 in Toronto that also featured Gilda Radner, Martin Short, Victor Garber, and Andrea Martin.

-   Wrote the book, "SCTV: Behind the Scenes" (McClelland & Stewart, 1996).


-   Author of "SCTV: Behind the Scenes" 1996


-   "Playboy" (USA), April 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 4, pg. 208, by: Michaelin McDermott, "Grapevine: These Folks Aren't Bob, Carol, Ted or Alice"

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Acting in movies

  1. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob Falls in Love (#1.6)}
  2. "The Red Green Show" (1991) {The Schoolhouse Project (#4.6)}
  3. "How I Met Your Mother" (2005) {P.S. I Love You (#8.15)}
  4. "Comedy Bang! Bang!" (2012) {Elizabeth Banks Wears a Red Dress (#1.8)}
  5. "Perception" (2012) {Shadow (#1.9)}
  6. "Pound Puppies" (2010) {Mutternal Instincts (#1.25)}
  7. "The Legend of Korra" (2012) {Welcome to Republic City (#1.1)}
  8. The 83rd Annual Academy Awards (2011) (TV)
  9. "Kevin Pollak's Chat Show" (2009) {Dave Thomas (#2.45)}
  10. "Pound Puppies" (2010) {Homeward Pound (#1.11)}
  11. Take 22: Behind the Scenes of Sequestered (2010) (V)
  12. "Popzilla" (2009)
  13. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Back to School (#1.1)}
  14. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {I Want My CBN (#1.5)}
  15. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {No Country for Old People (#1.2)}
  16. Rush: Snakes & Arrows - Live in Holland (2008) (V)
  17. Bob & Doug McKenzie's Two-Four Anniversary (2007) (TV)
  18. The Tuttles: Madcap Misadventures (2007) (VG)
  19. "Second City's Next Comedy Legend" (2007) {And... Blackout! (#1.5)}
  20. "Second City's Next Comedy Legend" (2007) {Kreskin vs. Sean (#1.1)}
  21. "Second City's Next Comedy Legend" (2007) {Outsmart, Outlast, Outmug (#1.2)}
  22. "Second City's Next Comedy Legend" (2007) {Randy, Paula, Simon and Garfunkle (#1.3)}
  23. "Second City's Next Comedy Legend" (2007) {The Revolution Will Be Televised (#1.4)}
  24. "Tom Green Live!" (2006) {Dave Thomas and Andy Dick}
  25. As Seen on TV: The K-Tel Story (2006) (TV)
  26. Brother Bear 2 (2006) (V)
  27. "The Simpsons" (1989) {Bart Has Two Mommies (#17.14)}
  28. "Weeds" (2005) {Must Find Toes (#2.7)}
  29. Comedy Gold (2005) (TV)
  30. Santa's Slay (2005)
  31. The Aristocrats (2005)
  32. The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (2005) (VG)
  33. "Arrested Development" (2003) {For British Eyes Only (#3.2)}
  34. "Arrested Development" (2003) {Forget Me Now (#3.3)}
  35. "Arrested Development" (2003) {Mr. F (#3.5)}
  36. "Arrested Development" (2003) {Notapusy (#3.4)}
  37. "Arrested Development" (2003) {The Ocean Walker (#3.6)}
  38. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Arlen City Bomber (#9.10)}
  39. A Beachcombers Christmas (2004) (TV)
  40. Intern Academy (2004)
  41. Love on the Side (2004)
  42. The Magical Gathering (2004) (TV)
  43. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Ceci N'est Pas Une King of the Hill (#8.9)}
  44. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Rich Hank, Poor Hank (#8.8)}
  45. "The Animated Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie" (2003)
  46. Beethoven's 5th (2003) (V)
  47. Brother Bear (2003)
  48. It's a Dog's Life: Behind the Scenes and Cast Interviews 'Beethoven's 5th' (2003) (V)
  49. Sing Along Songs: Brother Bear - On My Way (2003) (V)
  50. Trial and Error: The Making of Sequestered (2003) {{SUSPENDED}}
  51. "King of the Hill" (1997) {After the Mold Rush (#8.6)}
  52. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Be True to Your Fool (#7.19)}
  53. "King of the Hill" (1997) {The Good Buck (#7.17)}
  54. Fancy Dancing (2002)
  55. The New Beachcombers (2002) (TV)
  56. The True Meaning of Christmas Specials (2002) (TV)
  57. "Even Stevens" (1999) {Little Mr. Sacktown (#3.6)}
  58. "Justice League" (2001) {A Knight of Shadows (#1.20)}
  59. "Justice League" (2001) {A Knight of Shadows: Part II (#1.21)}
  60. "Justice League" (2001) {The Savage Time: Part II (#1.25)}
  61. "Justice League" (2001) {The Savage Time: Part III (#1.26)}
  62. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Andy Joins the PTA (#1.8)}
  63. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Kevin Loves Weirdie (#1.10)}
  64. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Stories of Hope and Forgiveness (#1.11)}
  65. "Primetime Glick" (2001) {Tim Allen/Edie Falco (#2.7)}
  66. Rat Race (2001)
  67. The Chimp's a Champ: The Making of a Star Hockey Player (2001) (V)
  68. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Hank's Back Story (#5.19)}
  69. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Ho, Yeah! (#5.13)}
  70. "Mentors" (1998) {Right Place, Right Time (#2.5)}
  71. "Primetime Glick" (2001) {Eugene Levy/Conan O'Brien (#1.7)}
  72. "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" (1994) {The Justice Hole (#7.2)}
  73. "That '70s Show" (1998) {Canadian Road Trip (#3.23)}
  74. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {Tarzan and the Jungle Madness (#1.14)}
  75. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {Tarzan and the Mysterious Visitor (#1.35)}
  76. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {Tarzan and the Poisoned River: Part 1 (#1.7)}
  77. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {Tarzan and the Prison Break (#1.30)}
  78. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {Tarzan and the Return of La (#1.27)}
  79. "The Legend of Tarzan" (2001) {The Fugitives (#1.5)}
  80. MVP: Most Valuable Primate (2000)
  81. The 2000 Canadian Comedy Awards (2000) (TV)
  82. "Caitlin's Way" (2000) {Stray: Part 2 (#1.2)}
  83. "Caitlin's Way" (2000) {Stray: Part 3 (#1.3)}
  84. "King of the Hill" (1997) {When Cotton Comes Marching Home (#5.6)}
  85. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Kevin vs. the SAT (#1.4)}
  86. "The Martin Short Show" (1999) {(2000-04-04)}
  87. The World's Funniest Pets (1999) (TV)
  88. "Cosby" (1996) {Timerity (#3.21)}
  89. "King of the Hill" (1997) {Not in My Back Hoe (#4.8)}
  90. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Kevin's Problem (Porno for Pyro) (#1.2)}
  91. "Mission Hill" (1999) {Pilot (The Douchebag Aspect) (#1.1)}
  92. The 1998 Annual Kid's Choice Awards (1998) (TV)
  93. "CatDog" (1998) {Armed and Dangerous/Fistful of Mail! (#1.7)}
  94. "CatDog" (1998) {Escape from the Deep End/The Collector (#1.10)}
  95. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Digging Up the Dirt (#5.10)}
  96. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Down in the Boondocks (#5.14)}
  97. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Fall from Grace (#5.12)}
  98. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Fire in the Hole (#5.11)}
  99. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under Class (#5.13)}
  100. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under-funded (#5.9)}
  101. "King of the Hill" (1997) {And They Call It Bobby Love (#3.2)}
  102. "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee" (1988) {(1998-04-07)}
  103. "Love Boat: The Next Wave" (1998) {Dust, Lust, Destiny (#2.8)}
  104. Pippi Longstocking (1997)
  105. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {A River Runs Through Him (#5.5)}
  106. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Birthin' Babies (#4.18)}
  107. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Don't Ask, Don't Tell (#5.3)}
  108. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Finders Keepers (#5.6)}
  109. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Graduates (#4.23)}
  110. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace of Wrath (#4.14)}
  111. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under Construction (#5.2)}
  112. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace's New Job (#4.25)}
  113. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Jimmy Moves In (#4.20)}
  114. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Matthew's Old Lady (#4.13)}
  115. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Mother Christmas (#5.4)}
  116. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Pills (#4.16)}
  117. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Quentin Gets His Gun (#4.21)}
  118. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Riverboat Queen (#5.7)}
  119. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Rob vs. Jimmy (#4.24)}
  120. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Sam's Dad (#4.22)}
  121. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Smells Like Victory (#5.1)}
  122. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Victory Tree (#5.8)}
  123. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Vegas (#4.19)}
  124. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Wade's Partner (#4.15)}
  125. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Waiting for Peugeot (#4.17)}
  126. "The Simpsons" (1989) {Homer vs. the 18th Amendment (#8.18)}
  127. Kidz in the Wood (1996) (TV)
  128. The Best of John Candy on SCTV (1996) (TV)
  129. "Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man" (1994) {The Longest Weekend (#3.18)}
  130. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {A Holly Jolly Christmas (#4.12)}
  131. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Broads for Broader Horizons (#3.20)}
  132. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Daddy's Girl (#3.13)}
  133. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Dating Buddies (#4.5)}
  134. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Fire Music (#4.10)}
  135. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Good Neighbor Sam (#3.15)}
  136. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace and Sailor Bob (#4.4)}
  137. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Tests Out (#4.11)}
  138. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Head Games (#3.21)}
  139. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Love Thy Neighbor (#3.18)}
  140. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Mr. Mullens' Opus (#3.22)}
  141. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Neither a Borrower nor a Roofer Be (#4.2)}
  142. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {No Help Wanted (#3.14)}
  143. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Positively Hateful (#3.16)}
  144. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Pregnant Pause (#3.19)}
  145. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Quentin Returns (#4.3)}
  146. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Redeeming Jimmy (#4.8)}
  147. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Road to Nowhere (#4.7)}
  148. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Take Me to Your Breeder (#3.23)}
  149. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Ghost and Mrs. Kelly (#4.6)}
  150. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Show-Me State (#4.9)}
  151. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {This Sold House (#4.1)}
  152. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {You Go Girl (#3.25)}
  153. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) {(1996-11-08)}
  154. Picture Perfect (1995) (TV)
  155. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {A Night at the Opera (#2.20)}
  156. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Aging Gracefully (#2.15)}
  157. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Daycare (#3.6)}
  158. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Emmet Bypass (#2.18)}
  159. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Emmet's Secret (#3.11)}
  160. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Emmet, We Hardly Knew Ye (#3.12)}
  161. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace and Rick and the Dance of Doom (#3.3)}
  162. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace at the Campfire (#2.17)}
  163. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Really Under Fire (#3.8)}
  164. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under a Wig (#3.5)}
  165. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Great Eggspectations (#3.1)}
  166. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Hello, I'm Your Mother (#2.16)}
  167. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Jimmy Goes Away (#2.26)}
  168. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Matthew Come Home (#2.19)}
  169. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Matthew Gets Busted (#3.7)}
  170. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Memphis Bound (#2.21)}
  171. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Mother & Son & Father Reunion (#2.23)}
  172. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Movin' on Down (#3.2)}
  173. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {No Money Down (#2.14)}
  174. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Sleeping Together (#3.10)}
  175. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Sticks and Stones (#2.22)}
  176. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Thanks for Nothing (#3.9)}
  177. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Breakup (#3.4)}
  178. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Good Mother (#2.13)}
  179. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {When It Rains, They Pour (#2.24)}
  180. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {You Can Lead a Horse to Water... (#2.25)}
  181. "The Red Green Show" (1991) {The Best of Red Green (#5.25)}
  182. Cold Sweat (1994)
  183. The 20th Annual People's Choice Awards (1994) (TV)
  184. Young Comedians: Making America Laugh (1994) (TV)
  185. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {A Car and a Kiss (#1.22)}
  186. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Cold Turkey (#2.9)}
  187. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Dear Grace (#2.8)}
  188. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Good Ol' Grace (#2.2)}
  189. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace and Beauty (#1.17)}
  190. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under Water (#2.1)}
  191. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace vs. Wade (#2.11)}
  192. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {It Happened One Week (#1.19)}
  193. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Jimmy's Girl (#2.5)}
  194. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {June 15, 1997 (#2.3)}
  195. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Ka-Boom (#2.10)}
  196. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Pitch and Woo (#2.4)}
  197. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {See Quentin Run (#1.21)}
  198. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Simply Grace (#1.13)}
  199. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Splitsville (#2.6)}
  200. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Tears of Joy (#1.18)}
  201. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Agony, the Ecstasy and Bill Mazeroski (#1.14)}
  202. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Holidays (#2.12)}
  203. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Road to Paris, Texas (#2.7)}
  204. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Things Left Undone (#1.20)}
  205. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Valentine's Day (#1.16)}
  206. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {When You Wish Upon a Star (#1.15)}
  207. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {With This Ring (#1.12)}
  208. "The Larry Sanders Show" (1992) {Headwriter (#3.9)}
  209. "The Red Green Show" (1991) {The Beef Project (#4.1)}
  210. Bob Hope: The First 90 Years (1993) (TV)
  211. Coneheads (1993)
  212. Friends of Gilda (1993) (TV)
  213. Public Enemy #2 (1993)
  214. "Animaniacs" (1993) {Testimonials/Babblin' Bijou/Potty Emergency/Sir Yaksalot (#1.26)}
  215. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {A Picture's Worth... $9.95 (#1.7)}
  216. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace in the Middle (#1.9)}
  217. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Under Oath (#1.8)}
  218. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Grace Undergraduate (#1.3)}
  219. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Keeping Faith (#1.11)}
  220. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  221. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Say Goodnight, Gracie (#1.10)}
  222. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Second Time Around (#1.5)}
  223. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Sister, Sister (#1.6)}
  224. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {The Good, the Bad and the Pharmacist (#1.4)}
  225. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {Up on the Roof (#1.2)}
  226. "Later with Bob Costas" (1988) {(1993-11-02)}
  227. "The Chevy Chase Show" (1993) {(#1.3)}
  228. Boris and Natasha (1992)
  229. Inside America's Totally Unsolved Lifestyles (1992) (TV)
  230. "Bobby's World" (1990) {Fish Tales (#3.6)}
  231. "Camp Candy" (1989) {When It Rains... It Snows (#3.6)}
  232. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Bonkers in Space/Cro-Magnum PI/The Treasure of the Sierra Marsdre (#1.3)}
  233. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Dogzapoppin'/The Hairy Ape/A Fear of Kites (#1.8)}
  234. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Draining Cats and Dogs/Mars vs. Man (#1.4)}
  235. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Gobble Gobble Bonkers/Hot Spots/My New Shoes/Prime Mates Forever (#1.12)}
  236. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Quest for Firewood/Badly Animated Man/Safari So Good (#1.11)}
  237. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Ski Patrol/Poultrygeist/Romancing the Clone/Goofy's Guide to the Olympics (#1.6)}
  238. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Spatula Party/Doggie Schnauzer/Marsupilami Meets Dr. Normanstein (#1.1)}
  239. "Raw Toonage" (1992) {Trailmix Bonkers/The Young and the Nestless/Coming Attractions/Bathtime for Maurice (#1.9)}
  240. "Maniac Mansion" (1990) {Buried by the Mob (#2.13)}
  241. "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" (1990) {Tower of Power (#2.14)}
  242. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1991-05-01)}
  243. "The Arsenio Hall Show" (1989) {(1990-06-18)}
  244. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.1)}
  245. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.2)}
  246. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.3)}
  247. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.4)}
  248. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.5)}
  249. Andrea Martin... Together Again (1989) (TV)
  250. I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood (1989) (TV)
  251. The Best of Eddie Murphy: Saturday Night Live (1989) (V)
  252. The Rocket Boy (1989) (TV)
  253. Moving (1988)
  254. The Best of SCTV (1988) (TV)
  255. The Second City Toronto 15th Anniversary (1988) (TV)
  256. In the Mood (1987)
  257. Love at Stake (1987)
  258. Comic Relief (1986/I) (TV)
  259. Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood (1986) (TV)
  260. Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas (1985) (TV)
  261. My Man Adam (1985)
  262. Sesame Street Presents: Follow that Bird (1985)
  263. The Canadian Conspiracy (1985) (TV)
  264. The Last Polka (1985) (TV)
  265. "SCTV Channel" (1983) {Date Debate, The/Scary Previews (#1.4)}
  266. "SCTV Channel" (1983) {Stars in One: Bob Hope/Happy Hour (#1.6)}
  267. "The Get Along Gang" (1984) {Pilot (#1.0)}
  268. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.1)}
  269. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.2)}
  270. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.3)}
  271. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.4)}
  272. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.5)}
  273. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.6)}
  274. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.7)}
  275. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.8)}
  276. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.9)}
  277. The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew (1983)
  278. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Lily Tomlin (#8.10)}
  279. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas/The Bus Boys (#8.11)}
  280. "SCTV Channel" (1983) {Gimme Jackie/Australia (#1.2)}
  281. "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) {(#1.7)}
  282. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {3D Stake from the Heart (#1.22)}
  283. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Battle of the PBS Stars (#1.25)}
  284. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Chariots of Eggs (#1.24)}
  285. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Days of the Week, The/Street Beef (#2.2)}
  286. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Midnight Video Special (#1.18)}
  287. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {People's Global Golden Choice Awards (#1.21)}
  288. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pet Peeves/The Happy Wanderers (#1.23)}
  289. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pre-Teen World Telethon (#1.20)}
  290. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Rome, Italian Style (#2.1)}
  291. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Teacher's Pet (#1.17)}
  292. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Great White North Palace (#1.19)}
  293. "The Billy Crystal Comedy Hour" (1982) {(#1.1)}
  294. Stripes (1981)
  295. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Bouncin' Back to You with the Tubes (#1.8)}
  296. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {CCCP 1 (#1.10)}
  297. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Compilation (#1.4)}
  298. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Doorway to Hell (#1.14)}
  299. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {I'm Taking My Own Head... (#1.11)}
  300. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Lunchtime Street Beef (#1.5)}
  301. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Moral Majority (#1.6)}
  302. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {One on the Town (#1.1)}
  303. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pledge Week (#1.7)}
  304. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Polynesiantown (#1.2)}
  305. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {SCTV Staff Christmas Party (#1.16)}
  306. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Southside Fracas (#1.3)}
  307. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Godfather (#1.15)}
  308. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Great White North (#1.9)}
  309. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Walter Cronkite's Brain (#1.13)}
  310. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Zontar (#1.12)}
  311. "Second City TV" (1976) {1984: Big Brother (#3.16)}
  312. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alpha Channel (#3.18)}
  313. "Second City TV" (1976) {Cookery Crock/Cartoon Coroner (#3.20)}
  314. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dick Cavett (#3.24)}
  315. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gene Shalit's America (#3.22)}
  316. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile: Richard Harris (#3.23)}
  317. "Second City TV" (1976) {Midnight Express Special (#3.19)}
  318. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 3 (#3.26)}
  319. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Cisco Kid (#3.25)}
  320. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Mating Game (#3.21)}
  321. "Second City TV" (1976) {Two Way TV/Pit Bulls (#3.17)}
  322. "Bizarre" (1980)
  323. Double Negative (1980)
  324. From Cleveland (1980) (TV)
  325. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Motel (#3.5)}
  326. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death of a Salesman (#3.3)}
  327. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gaslight (#3.8)}
  328. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hollywood Salutes Its Extras (#3.14)}
  329. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hugh Betcha's Night Gallery (#3.12)}
  330. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lee A. Iacocca's Rock Concert (#3.1)}
  331. "Second City TV" (1976) {Man's Ability to Imitate (#3.9)}
  332. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile (#3.10)}
  333. "Second City TV" (1976) {My Factory, My Self (#3.4)}
  334. "Second City TV" (1976) {Play It Again, Bob (#3.7)}
  335. "Second City TV" (1976) {Star Wars (#3.13)}
  336. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Irwin Allen Show (#3.15)}
  337. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Lone Ranger Show (#3.6)}
  338. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show: Bob Hope in China (#3.11)}
  339. "Second City TV" (1976) {Thursday Night Live (#3.2)}
  340. Riel (1979) (TV)
  341. "Second City TV" (1976) {Consumer Action Line (#2.22)}
  342. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fantasy Island (#2.18)}
  343. "Second City TV" (1976) {On the Waterfront Again (#2.19)}
  344. "Second City TV" (1976) {Pipeline (#2.21)}
  345. "Second City TV" (1976) {Relaxing with Raoul/Dining with LaRue (#2.23)}
  346. "Second City TV" (1976) {Rock Concert (#2.17)}
  347. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Disco (#2.20)}
  348. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 1 (#2.25)}
  349. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 2 (#2.26)}
  350. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Flaming Turkey (#2.24)}
  351. Home to Stay (1978) (TV)
  352. Just Me and You (1978) (TV)
  353. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alfred Hitchcock Presents (#2.14)}
  354. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bad Acting in Hollywood (#2.13)}
  355. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bob Hope Desert Classic (#2.2)}
  356. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Takes No Holiday (#2.16)}
  357. "Second City TV" (1976) {Edith Prickley, Station Manager (#2.10)}
  358. "Second City TV" (1976) {Farm Film Report/Arabs (#2.7)}
  359. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fighting Air Dogs (#2.15)}
  360. "Second City TV" (1976) {Kidnapping of Moe Green (#2.3)}
  361. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mirthmakers/Happy Endings (#2.8)}
  362. "Second City TV" (1976) {Municipal Election (#2.6)}
  363. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV 30th Anniversary Show (#2.11)}
  364. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Solid Gold Telethon (#2.4)}
  365. "Second City TV" (1976) {Season 2 Premiere (#2.1)}
  366. "Second City TV" (1976) {Undersea World (#2.9)}
  367. "Second City TV" (1976) {Whispers of the Wolf/The Occult (#2.12)}
  368. "Second City TV" (1976) {Writer's Strike (#2.5)}
  369. "King of Kensington" (1975) {Hotel Buffalo (#3.6)}
  370. "Second City TV" (1976) {Ben Hur (#1.13)}
  371. "Second City TV" (1976) {Broads Behind Bars (#1.11)}
  372. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dialing for Dollars (#1.7)}
  373. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dr. Tongue's House of Wax/SCTV Boogie (#1.20)}
  374. "Second City TV" (1976) {Galaxy 66 (#1.17)}
  375. "Second City TV" (1976) {Goodbye America (#1.16)}
  376. "Second City TV" (1976) {Leave It to Beaver (#1.15)}
  377. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lust for Paint (#1.26)}
  378. "Second City TV" (1976) {Madame Blitzman (#1.18)}
  379. "Second City TV" (1976) {Match Unto My Feet (#1.5)}
  380. "Second City TV" (1976) {Memoirs of Anton Chekhov (#1.6)}
  381. "Second City TV" (1976) {Officer Friendly (#1.24)}
  382. "Second City TV" (1976) {Philosophy Street (#1.9)}
  383. "Second City TV" (1976) {Shock Theatre (#1.8)}
  384. "Second City TV" (1976) {The $129,000 Question (#1.19)}
  385. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Grapes of Mud (#1.23)}
  386. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Hefty Neil Story (#1.14)}
  387. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Man Who Would Be King of the Popes (#1.25)}
  388. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show (#1.21)}
  389. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Taxidermist (#1.12)}
  390. "Second City TV" (1976) {Therese et Joe (#1.10)}
  391. "Second City TV" (1976) {World at War (#1.22)}
  392. "The David Steinberg Show" (1972) {(#1.17)}
  393. "The David Steinberg Show" (1972) {(#1.20)}
  394. The Rimshots (1976) (TV)
  395. "King of Kensington" (1975) {Detroit Story (#1.14)}
  396. "Second City TV" (1976) {Backstage (#1.1)}
  397. "Second City TV" (1976) {Crosswords (#1.4)}
  398. "Second City TV" (1976) {Ethnic Humour (#1.3)}
  399. "Second City TV" (1976) {Murder at SCTV (#1.2)}
  400. "The David Steinberg Show" (1972) {(#1.1)}

Written

  1. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob Falls in Love (#1.6)} (creator)
  2. "Good Morning World" (2007) {(#1.17)} (writer)
  3. "Bones" (2005) {The Shot in the Dark (#8.15)} (written by) <2,1,1>
  4. Big Box (2011) (TV)
  5. "Bob & Doug" (2009) (creator)
  6. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob and Doug Forever (#1.9)} (creator)
  7. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.9)} (writer)
  8. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob and Doug Go on Strike (#1.7)} (creator)
  9. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Dennis Moves In (#1.3)} (creator)
  10. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {I Want My CBN (#1.5)} (creator)
  11. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Ice Road Truckers (#1.4)} (creator)
  12. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {New Management (#1.8)} (creator)
  13. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {No Country for Old People (#1.2)} (creator)
  14. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.1)} (writer)
  15. Slotcar (2009)
  16. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.10)} (writer)
  17. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.11)} (writer)
  18. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.2)} (writer)
  19. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.3)} (writer)
  20. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.4)} (writer)
  21. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.5)} (writer)
  22. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.6)} (writer)
  23. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.7)} (writer)
  24. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Back to School (#1.1)} (creator)
  25. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.8)} (writer)
  26. Bob & Doug McKenzie's Two-Four Anniversary (2007) (TV)
  27. This Is America (2007) {{SUSPENDED}} (writer)
  28. "Second City: First Family of Comedy" (2006)
  29. "Off-Mikes" (2005) (2005-2006)
  30. "The Fairly OddParents" (2001) {The Good Ol' Days/Future Lost (#5.17)} (writer)
  31. Intern Academy (2004)
  32. "The Fairly OddParents" (2001) {Hard Copy/Parent Hoods (#3.16)} (story)
  33. "The Fairly OddParents" (2001) {Miss Dimmsdale/Mind Over Magic (#3.14)} (story)
  34. "Pet Star" (2002)
  35. Girl (2001/I)
  36. "Family Challenge" (1995) (creator) (1995-1997)
  37. "Grace Under Fire" (1993) {No Money Down (#2.14)} (written by) <2,1,1>
  38. Ghost Mom (1993) (TV) (teleplay) <2,2,1>
  39. Inside America's Totally Unsolved Lifestyles (1992) (TV)
  40. "The Dennis Miller Show" (1992) {(#1.36)} (writer)
  41. "The Dennis Miller Show" (1992) {(#1.75)} (writer)
  42. "The Dennis Miller Show" (1992) {(#1.77)} (writer)
  43. "The Dennis Miller Show" (1992) {(1992-07-14)} (writer)
  44. "The Dennis Miller Show" (1992) {(1992-10-15)} (writer)
  45. "Maniac Mansion" (1990) {Buried by the Mob (#2.13)} (writer)
  46. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.1)} (writer)
  47. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.2)} (writer)
  48. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.3)} (writer)
  49. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.4)} (writer)
  50. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.5)} (writer)
  51. "CBS Summer Playhouse" (1987) {B Men (#3.2)} (writer)
  52. The Rocket Boy (1989) (TV)
  53. Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood (1986) (TV) (writer)
  54. Spies Like Us (1985) (story) <1,1,2>
  55. The Steel Collar Man (1985) (TV) (creator)
  56. The Steel Collar Man (1985) (TV) (screenplay)
  57. "SCTV Channel" (1983) {Date Debate, The/Scary Previews (#1.4)} (writer)
  58. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.1)} (writer)
  59. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.2)} (writer)
  60. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.3)} (writer)
  61. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.4)} (writer)
  62. "The New Show" (1984) {(#1.5)} (writer)
  63. "SCTV Channel" (1983) {Gimme Jackie/Australia (#1.2)} (writer)
  64. The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew (1983) (written by) <1,1,2>
  65. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {3D Stake from the Heart (#1.22)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  66. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Battle of the PBS Stars (#1.25)} (written by) <1,1,8>
  67. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Midnight Video Special (#1.18)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  68. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {People's Global Golden Choice Awards (#1.21)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  69. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pet Peeves/The Happy Wanderers (#1.23)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  70. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pre-Teen World Telethon (#1.20)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  71. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Rome, Italian Style (#2.1)} (written by) <1,1,8>
  72. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Teacher's Pet (#1.17)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  73. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Chariots of Eggs (#1.24)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  74. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Teacher's Pet (#1.17)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  75. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Days of the Week, The/Street Beef (#2.2)} (written by) <1,1,8>
  76. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Great White North Palace (#1.19)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  77. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Jane Eyrehead (#2.6)} (additional material) <3,1,2>
  78. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Midnight Video Special (#1.18)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  79. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Bouncin' Back to You with the Tubes (#1.8)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  80. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Bouncin' Back to You with the Tubes (#1.8)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  81. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 3 (#3.26)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  82. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 3 (#3.26)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  83. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Cisco Kid (#3.25)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  84. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Cisco Kid (#3.25)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  85. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Mating Game (#3.21)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  86. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Mating Game (#3.21)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  87. "Second City TV" (1976) {Two Way TV/Pit Bulls (#3.17)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  88. "Second City TV" (1976) {Two Way TV/Pit Bulls (#3.17)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  89. "Second City TV" (1976) {1984: Big Brother (#3.16)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  90. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Moral Majority (#1.6)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  91. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Moral Majority (#1.6)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  92. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alpha Channel (#3.18)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  93. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {One on the Town (#1.1)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  94. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alpha Channel (#3.18)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  95. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pledge Week (#1.7)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  96. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Pledge Week (#1.7)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  97. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Polynesiantown (#1.2)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  98. "Second City TV" (1976) {Cookery Crock/Cartoon Coroner (#3.20)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  99. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {SCTV Staff Christmas Party (#1.16)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  100. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {SCTV Staff Christmas Party (#1.16)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  101. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {CCCP 1 (#1.10)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  102. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Southside Fracas (#1.3)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  103. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {CCCP 1 (#1.10)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  104. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Compilation (#1.4)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  105. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Godfather (#1.15)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  106. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Godfather (#1.15)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  107. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Doorway to Hell (#1.14)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  108. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Great White North (#1.9)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  109. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Doorway to Hell (#1.14)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  110. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {The Great White North (#1.9)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  111. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {I'm Taking My Own Head... (#1.11)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  112. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {I'm Taking My Own Head... (#1.11)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  113. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Walter Cronkite's Brain (#1.13)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  114. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Walter Cronkite's Brain (#1.13)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  115. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Lunchtime Street Beef (#1.5)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  116. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Zontar (#1.12)} (head writer) <2,1,1>
  117. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Lunchtime Street Beef (#1.5)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  118. "SCTV Network 90" (1981) {Zontar (#1.12)} (written by) <1,1,7>
  119. "Second City TV" (1976) {1984: Big Brother (#3.16)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  120. "Second City TV" (1976) {Midnight Express Special (#3.19)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  121. "Second City TV" (1976) {Midnight Express Special (#3.19)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  122. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gene Shalit's America (#3.22)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  123. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gene Shalit's America (#3.22)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  124. "Second City TV" (1976) {Cookery Crock/Cartoon Coroner (#3.20)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  125. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dick Cavett (#3.24)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  126. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dick Cavett (#3.24)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  127. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile: Richard Harris (#3.23)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  128. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile: Richard Harris (#3.23)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  129. From Cleveland (1980) (TV)
  130. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Irwin Allen Show (#3.15)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  131. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Irwin Allen Show (#3.15)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  132. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Lone Ranger Show (#3.6)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  133. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Lone Ranger Show (#3.6)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  134. "Second City TV" (1976) {Play It Again, Bob (#3.7)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  135. "Second City TV" (1976) {Play It Again, Bob (#3.7)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  136. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show: Bob Hope in China (#3.11)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  137. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show: Bob Hope in China (#3.11)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  138. "Second City TV" (1976) {Thursday Night Live (#3.2)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  139. "Second City TV" (1976) {Thursday Night Live (#3.2)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  140. "Second City TV" (1976) {Star Wars (#3.13)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  141. "Second City TV" (1976) {Star Wars (#3.13)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  142. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gaslight (#3.8)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  143. "Second City TV" (1976) {Gaslight (#3.8)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  144. "Second City TV" (1976) {My Factory, My Self (#3.4)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  145. "Second City TV" (1976) {My Factory, My Self (#3.4)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  146. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hollywood Salutes Its Extras (#3.14)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  147. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hollywood Salutes Its Extras (#3.14)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  148. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hugh Betcha's Night Gallery (#3.12)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  149. "Second City TV" (1976) {Hugh Betcha's Night Gallery (#3.12)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  150. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Motel (#3.5)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  151. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lee A. Iacocca's Rock Concert (#3.1)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  152. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Motel (#3.5)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  153. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lee A. Iacocca's Rock Concert (#3.1)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  154. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death of a Salesman (#3.3)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  155. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death of a Salesman (#3.3)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  156. "Second City TV" (1976) {Man's Ability to Imitate (#3.9)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  157. "Second City TV" (1976) {Man's Ability to Imitate (#3.9)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  158. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile (#3.10)} (head writer) <1,2,1>
  159. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mel's Rock Pile (#3.10)} (writer) <1,1,2>
  160. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 1 (#2.25)} (writer)
  161. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 2 (#2.26)} (writer)
  162. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Flaming Turkey (#2.24)} (writer)
  163. "Second City TV" (1976) {Pipeline (#2.21)} (writer)
  164. "Second City TV" (1976) {Relaxing with Raoul/Dining with LaRue (#2.23)} (writer)
  165. "Second City TV" (1976) {Rock Concert (#2.17)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  166. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Disco (#2.20)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  167. "Second City TV" (1976) {Consumer Action Line (#2.22)} (writer)
  168. "Second City TV" (1976) {On the Waterfront Again (#2.19)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  169. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fantasy Island (#2.18)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  170. "Second City TV" (1976) {Whispers of the Wolf/The Occult (#2.12)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  171. "Second City TV" (1976) {Writer's Strike (#2.5)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  172. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV 30th Anniversary Show (#2.11)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  173. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Solid Gold Telethon (#2.4)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  174. "Second City TV" (1976) {Season 2 Premiere (#2.1)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  175. "Second City TV" (1976) {Undersea World (#2.9)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  176. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alfred Hitchcock Presents (#2.14)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  177. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bad Acting in Hollywood (#2.13)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  178. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bob Hope Desert Classic (#2.2)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  179. "Second City TV" (1976) {Farm Film Report/Arabs (#2.7)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  180. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fighting Air Dogs (#2.15)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  181. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mirthmakers/Happy Endings (#2.8)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  182. "Second City TV" (1976) {Municipal Election (#2.6)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  183. "Second City TV" (1976) {Kidnapping of Moe Green (#2.3)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  184. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Takes No Holiday (#2.16)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  185. "Second City TV" (1976) {Edith Prickley, Station Manager (#2.10)} (writer) <1,1,7>
  186. "Second City TV" (1976) {World at War (#1.22)} (writer)
  187. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Grapes of Mud (#1.23)} (writer)
  188. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Hefty Neil Story (#1.14)} (writer)
  189. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Man Who Would Be King of the Popes (#1.25)} (writer)
  190. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show (#1.21)} (writer)
  191. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Taxidermist (#1.12)} (writer)
  192. "Second City TV" (1976) {Therese et Joe (#1.10)} (writer)
  193. "Second City TV" (1976) {Shock Theatre (#1.8)} (writer)
  194. "Second City TV" (1976) {The $129,000 Question (#1.19)} (writer)
  195. "Second City TV" (1976) {Ben Hur (#1.13)} (writer) <1,2,7>
  196. "Second City TV" (1976) {Broads Behind Bars (#1.11)} (writer)
  197. "Second City TV" (1976) {Galaxy 66 (#1.17)} (writer)
  198. "Second City TV" (1976) {Goodbye America (#1.16)} (writer) <1,2,7>
  199. "Second City TV" (1976) {Officer Friendly (#1.24)} (writer)
  200. "Second City TV" (1976) {Philosophy Street (#1.9)} (writer)
  201. "Second City TV" (1976) {Leave It to Beaver (#1.15)} (writer)
  202. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lust for Paint (#1.26)} (writer)
  203. "Second City TV" (1976) {Madame Blitzman (#1.18)} (writer)
  204. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dialing for Dollars (#1.7)} (writer)
  205. "Second City TV" (1976) {Match Unto My Feet (#1.5)} (writer)
  206. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dr. Tongue's House of Wax/SCTV Boogie (#1.20)} (writer)
  207. "Second City TV" (1976) {Memoirs of Anton Chekhov (#1.6)} (writer)
  208. "Second City TV" (1976) {Backstage (#1.1)} (writer)
  209. "Second City TV" (1976) {Murder at SCTV (#1.2)} (writer)
  210. "Second City TV" (1976) {Crosswords (#1.4)} (writer)
  211. "Second City TV" (1976) {Ethnic Humour (#1.3)} (writer)

Movies Produced

  1. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob Falls in Love (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  2. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {Impersonators} (co-executive producer)
  3. Community: Abed's Master Key (2012) (TV) (executive producer)
  4. Big Box (2011) (TV) (executive producer)
  5. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob and Doug Forever (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  6. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Bob and Doug Go on Strike (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  7. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Dennis Moves In (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  8. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {I Want My CBN (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  9. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Ice Road Truckers (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  10. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {New Management (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  11. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {No Country for Old People (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  12. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.1)} (executive producer)
  13. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.10)} (executive producer)
  14. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.11)} (executive producer)
  15. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.2)} (executive producer)
  16. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.3)} (executive producer)
  17. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.4)} (executive producer)
  18. Slotcar (2009) (executive producer)
  19. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.5)} (executive producer)
  20. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.6)} (executive producer)
  21. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.7)} (executive producer)
  22. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.8)} (executive producer)
  23. "Popzilla" (2009) {(#1.9)} (executive producer)
  24. "Bob & Doug" (2009) {Back to School (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  25. Catching Kringle (2004) (executive producer: Animax)
  26. "The Mullets" (2003) {Losin' It (#1.7)} (consulting producer)
  27. "The Mullets" (2003) {Silent But Deadly (#1.8)} (consulting producer)
  28. "The Mullets" (2003) {Smackdown (#1.1)} (consulting producer)
  29. "The Mullets" (2003) {Smoke on the Water (#1.6)} (consulting producer)
  30. "The Mullets" (2003) {Sweeeet Emotion (#1.10)} (consulting producer)
  31. "The Mullets" (2003) {Touched by a Mullet (#1.4)} (consulting producer)
  32. "The Mullets" (2003) {Airway to Heaven (#1.9)} (consulting producer)
  33. "The Mullets" (2003) {Grudge Match (#1.5)} (consulting producer)
  34. "The Mullets" (2003) {Love Freakin' Story (#1.2)} (consulting producer)
  35. "The Mullets" (2003) {Raging Waters (#1.3)} (consulting producer)
  36. "The Mullets" (2003) {Roger Gone Wild (#1.11)} (consulting producer)
  37. Ambushed (1998) (producer)
  38. Contempt of Court (1998) (TV) (executive producer)
  39. "Family Challenge" (1995) (executive producer) (1995-1997)
  40. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {(1993-10-17)} (co-executive producer)
  41. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {Bumbling Crooks and Criminals} (co-executive producer)
  42. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {Jackalope Construction} (co-executive producer)
  43. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {Jackalope Tarzan} (co-executive producer)
  44. Inside America's Totally Unsolved Lifestyles (1992) (TV) (executive producer)
  45. "America's Funniest People" (1990) {Pilot (#1.1)} (co-executive producer)
  46. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.1)} (executive producer)
  47. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.2)} (executive producer)
  48. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.3)} (executive producer)
  49. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.4)} (executive producer)
  50. "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" (1990) {(#1.5)} (executive producer)
  51. "CBS Summer Playhouse" (1987) {B Men (#3.2)} (executive producer)
  52. The Rocket Boy (1989) (TV) (producer)
  53. Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood (1986) (TV) (executive producer)
  54. The Steel Collar Man (1985) (TV) (executive producer)
  55. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fantasy Island (#2.18)} (producer)
  56. "Second City TV" (1976) {Consumer Action Line (#2.22)} (producer)
  57. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 1 (#2.25)} (producer)
  58. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Best of Season 2: Part 2 (#2.26)} (producer)
  59. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Flaming Turkey (#2.24)} (producer)
  60. "Second City TV" (1976) {On the Waterfront Again (#2.19)} (producer)
  61. "Second City TV" (1976) {Pipeline (#2.21)} (producer)
  62. "Second City TV" (1976) {Relaxing with Raoul/Dining with LaRue (#2.23)} (producer)
  63. "Second City TV" (1976) {Rock Concert (#2.17)} (producer)
  64. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Disco (#2.20)} (producer)
  65. "Second City TV" (1976) {Edith Prickley, Station Manager (#2.10)} (producer)
  66. "Second City TV" (1976) {Farm Film Report/Arabs (#2.7)} (producer)
  67. "Second City TV" (1976) {Fighting Air Dogs (#2.15)} (producer)
  68. "Second City TV" (1976) {Alfred Hitchcock Presents (#2.14)} (producer)
  69. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bad Acting in Hollywood (#2.13)} (producer)
  70. "Second City TV" (1976) {Bob Hope Desert Classic (#2.2)} (producer)
  71. "Second City TV" (1976) {Death Takes No Holiday (#2.16)} (producer)
  72. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV Solid Gold Telethon (#2.4)} (producer)
  73. "Second City TV" (1976) {Season 2 Premiere (#2.1)} (producer)
  74. "Second City TV" (1976) {Undersea World (#2.9)} (producer)
  75. "Second City TV" (1976) {Whispers of the Wolf/The Occult (#2.12)} (producer)
  76. "Second City TV" (1976) {Kidnapping of Moe Green (#2.3)} (producer)
  77. "Second City TV" (1976) {Writer's Strike (#2.5)} (producer)
  78. "Second City TV" (1976) {Mirthmakers/Happy Endings (#2.8)} (producer)
  79. "Second City TV" (1976) {Municipal Election (#2.6)} (producer)
  80. "Second City TV" (1976) {SCTV 30th Anniversary Show (#2.11)} (producer)
  81. "Second City TV" (1976) {Dr. Tongue's House of Wax/SCTV Boogie (#1.20)} (producer)
  82. "Second City TV" (1976) {Galaxy 66 (#1.17)} (producer)
  83. "Second City TV" (1976) {Goodbye America (#1.16)} (producer)
  84. "Second City TV" (1976) {The $129,000 Question (#1.19)} (producer)
  85. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Grapes of Mud (#1.23)} (producer)
  86. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Hefty Neil Story (#1.14)} (producer)
  87. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Man Who Would Be King of the Popes (#1.25)} (producer)
  88. "Second City TV" (1976) {The Sammy Maudlin Show (#1.21)} (producer)
  89. "Second City TV" (1976) {World at War (#1.22)} (producer)
  90. "Second City TV" (1976) {Leave It to Beaver (#1.15)} (producer)
  91. "Second City TV" (1976) {Lust for Paint (#1.26)} (producer)
  92. "Second City TV" (1976) {Madame Blitzman (#1.18)} (producer)
  93. "Second City TV" (1976) {Officer Friendly (#1.24)} (producer)
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