Brian Scully

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Brian Scully (born West Springfield, Massachusetts)[1] is an American television writer and producer.

Scully initially worked as a TV salesman before eventually getting a job writing on Out of This World. After the show was canceled, Scully was unemployed for over a year but a residual payment of $20,000 for Out of This World reruns helped pay his health insurance costs after his wife gave birth to their premature child.[1] He has written episodes for The Simpsons (such as "Lost Our Lisa")[2] and Complete Savages. He has produced The Drew Carey Show[3] and The Pitts. He is the older brother of long-time The Simpsons writer and showrunner Mike Scully,[4] and has a second brother called Neil.[3] He currently works on Family Guy as a writer and co-executive producer. [1]

The Simpsons episodes[edit]

Brian Scully wrote the following episodes for The Simpsons:

Family Guy episodes[edit]

Brian Scully wrote the following episodes for Family Guy:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Verrier, Richard (2007-10-15). "Residuals Key Issue in Writing Negotiations". Los Angeles Times. 
  2. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/cult/simpsons/episodeguide/season9/page24.shtml
  3. ^ a b "Cries & whispers too interesting to ignore - Life can be cartoon material". Union-News. 1999-12-06. p. A02. 
  4. ^ Breneman, John (2007-07-22). "No place like Homer Massachusetts scribe Mike Scully tells of work on 'Simpsons Movie'". Boston Herald. 

External links[edit]

Brian Scully at the Internet Movie Database