MORT NATHAN began his career as a
writer on such hit TV shows as "Archie Bunker's Place,"
"Alice," and "Benson." Nathan went on to become the
Executive Producer and head writer of the "The Golden Girls," where he
won two Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for his work on the series.
Nathan has produced over a hundred and fifty hours of prime time television and
has created such television shows as "The Fanelli Boys," "The
Louie Anderson Show," "Pacific Station," "Platypus
Man," and "The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer." He is the
author of the movie Kingpin, and has worked as a "script
doctor" on many major Hollywood films, including Analyze This and My
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