Dan Staley

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Dan Staley
Born (1963-02-03) February 3, 1963 (age 51)
Manhattan Beach, California, United States
Occupation Television producer, television writer
Years active 1990–present

Dan Staley is an American screenwriter and television producer.

Staley began his career in advertising, working as a copywriter at J. Walter Thompson and Deutsch Inc.[1] in New York. He subsequently won the Clio and One Show Gold, the highest creative awards in the advertising industry.[2]

His transition to television was equally successful. He worked on the final four seasons of the NBC sitcom Cheers. He wrote 14 episodes for the show and eventually became co-executive producer. After Cheers ended its run, Staley went on to create numerous pilots and several series including George and Leo, Love & Money and Men, Women & Dogs. In 2009, he wrote an episode of the British sitcom My Family. He was most recently executive producer and showrunner of hit Disney Channel show Good Luck Charlie, which ended its 100 episode run in July, 2013.[3] Staley has been nominated for the Emmy five times, in 1992, 1993, 2012, 2013 and 2014. [4]

Born and raised in Southern California, he is a graduate of Yale University.[5]

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