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Born: November 22, 1963 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA Profession: Producer ...
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1996:
Executive produced HBO's sports-themed comedy "Arli$$"
1996:
Executive produced the Nickelodeon spin-off series "Kenan & Kel"
1997:
Feature directing debut, "Good Burger" with Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell
1998:
Produced (also directed) the Nickelodeon family series "Cousin Skeeter"
1995:
Produced the Oscar nominated documentary "Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream" (TBS)
2004:
Produced The WB teen drama "One Tree Hill"
1994:
Created (also executive produced) the Nickelodeon sketch comedy program "All That"
1999:
Directed James Van Der Beek in the football-themed drama "Varsity Blues"
2002:
Executive produced "The Nick Cannon Show" (Nickelodeon)
1986:
First role as a series regular, playing Eric Mardian on ABC's "Head of the Class"; began writing episodes in 1988
1993:
Formed Tollin/Robbins Productions with Michael Tollin
2004:
Helmed the big screen drama-comedy "The Perfect Score"
1989:
Hosted and co-produced the syndicated game show "Pictionary"
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Began appearing in small guest spots on several sitcoms
1999:
Executive produced "The Amanda Show" (Nickelodeon) with Amanda Bynes
1978:
Moved with family from New York to California
2007:
Produced the comedy "Wild Hogs," starring Tim Allen, William H. Macy and John Travolta
2007:
Directed the Eddie Murphy comedy "Norbit"
2000:
Directed the film "Ready to Rumble" about professional wrestling enthusiasts played by David Arquette and Scott Caan
2002:
Executive produced "Big Fat Liar"; also co-wrote with former "Head of the Class" co-star Dan Schneider
1992:
Executive produced the syndicated sports special "Magic Johnson's All-Star Slam 'N Jam"
1994:
Produced the sports documentary "Hardwood Dreams" (Fox)
2004:
Re-teamed with Amanda Bynes to produce The WB series "What I Like About You"
2008:
Re-teamed with star Eddie Murphy to direct "Meet Dave"
1995:
Wrote and directed (also produced) the music documentary "The Show"
2009:
Executive produced the Disney Channel sitcom "Sonny with a Chance" and its spin-off "So Random!"
2012:
Directed and produced the comedy "A Thousand Words," once again starring Eddie Murphy

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