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Rob Long

Rob Long is a writer and producer in Hollywood. He began his writing career on TV’s long-running “Cheers,” and served as co-executive producer in its final season. During his time on the series, “Cheers” received two Emmy Awards, and two Golden Globe awards. His most recent television series were “George and Leo,” starring Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsh, “Love & Money,” on CBS, and “Men, Women & Dogs,” on the WB Network – all three of which he created with his writing partner, Dan Staley. Their production company, Staley/Long Productions, was based at Paramount Studios from 1993 to 2001, and is currently based at Touchstone where they are developing a show for ABC for the Fall 2005 season. In addition, he and his partner have served as creative consultants on numerous programs.

Mr. Long has been twice nominated for an Emmy Award, and has received a Writers Guild of America award and a Golden Globe.

He has co-written several feature film scripts, including “Just a Shot Away,” currently in pre-production with a France-based production company.

He is a contributing editor of National Review, and Newsweek International and writes occasionally for the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. His weekly radio commentary, “Martini Shot,” is broadcast on the Los Angeles publicradio station KCRW, and is distributed nationally. He is a regular political and cultural commentator on the “Dennis Miller Show” on CNBC, and “Day to Day” on National Public Radio.

His recent book, Conversations with My Agent, chronicled his early career in television. It was published in the UK by Faber & Faber, in the US by Dutton, and in France by Actes Sud. His next book, Set Up, Joke, Set Up, Joke, will be published next autumn by Bloomsbury.

Mr. Long graduated from Yale University in 1987, and spent two years at UCLA School of Film, Theater and Television, where he occasionally serves as an Adjunct Professor of Screenwriting. He serves on the Board of Directors of My Friend’s Place, an agency for homeless teens in Hollywood and the American Cinema Foundation.