|Born||David Brian Hargrove
April 2, 1956 (age 59)
Tarboro, North Carolina, U.S.
|Education||UNC-Chapel Hill and Juilliard|
|Occupation||television writer, producer|
|Spouse(s)||David Hyde Pierce (m. 2008)|
Early life and education
Born David Brian Hargrove in Tarboro, North Carolina, he earned his BFA degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He then studied acting at New York City's Juilliard School as a member of the drama division's Group 10 (1977–1981), which also included Val Kilmer and Linda Kozlowski.
Hargrove is the creator and producer of many television shows, including "Titus," "Wanda at Large," and "Nora". He also has written for several television series, including "Dave's World," "Caroline in the City," "Holding the Baby" and "Maggie." 
- The Secret World of Alex Mack (1994–1995: writer)
- Dave's World (1994–1996: story editor, writer, actor)
- Caroline in the City (1996–1998: producer, writer, actor)
- Maggie (1998: supervising producer)
- Holding the Baby (1998: supervising producer, writer)
- Titus (2000–2002: co-creator, composer, executive producer, director, actor)
- Wanda at Large (2003: executive producer, writer)
- Rich, Frank (June 19, 1981). "Stage: 'How It All Began,' 60's Terrorists Story". The New York Times.
- Peter, Thomas. David Hyde Pierce and Brian Hargrove Will Be Part of Temperamentals' "TalkOut Monday" Series" playbill.com, March 30, 2010
- "Hargrove Credits" playbillvault.com, accessed April 7, 2015
- Hetrick, Adam. "Wedding Crasher Throws Musical Into Comedy Chaos, 'It Shoulda Been You' Begins Tonight On Broadway" playbill.com, March 17, 2015
- Heldman, Breanne L. "David Hyde Pierce Reveals Marriage and Prop 8 Outrage" eonline.com, May 29, 2009
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