Bruce Ferber

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Bruce Ferber
Born Bruce Ferber
New York City
Occupation Writer
Years active 1981–present
Website
bruceferber.net

Bruce Ferber is an American novelist and television writer/producer.

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Ferber's first novel, Elevating Overman was published to much acclaim in May, 2012.[1] His second novel, Cascade Falls, is due for publication in March 2015.[2] Ferber is a television comedy veteran, having written for and produced shows such as Bosom Buddies, Growing Pains, Duet, Coach, Home Improvement and Sabrina the Teenage Witch.[3] He served as showrunner and Executive Producer of Sabrina and Home Improvement, for which he received Emmy and Gold Globe nominations, People's Choice, Kids' Choice, and Environmental Media Awards. In 2004, he produced and directed the documentary film, Pray For Tucson, a weekend in the life of the Howard Dean presidential campaign.

In April 2014 Ferber was selected as a Keynote speaker for the Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop.[4]

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