David Kohan

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David Kohan
Born David Sanford Kohan
(1964-04-16) April 16, 1964 (age 50)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Alma mater Wesleyan University
Occupation Television producer, writer
Parents Buz Kohan
Rhea Kohan
Relatives Jenji Kohan
Christopher Noxon
Marti Noxon
Jono Kohan

David Sanford Kohan (born April 16, 1964) is an American television producer and writer.[1] After writing for The Wonder Years and The Dennis Miller Show, Kohan co-created and produced Will & Grace, Boston Common, Good Morning, Miami, Twins and Four Kings with Max Mutchnick. Kohan has won an Emmy and a People's Choice Award. He has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award. He and his business partner Max Mutchnick worked on a half-hour comedy series for CBS called Partners.

Kohan was born in New York City, New York and graduated from Wesleyan University.[2] He is the son of writer Buz Kohan, the brother of writer/producer Jenji Kohan, and the brother-in-law of Christopher Noxon and Marti Noxon. He has a twin brother, Jono.

Kohan and Mutchnik formed a name with their two last names: KoMut, which would be the name of the company they own, making Will & Grace and $#*! My Dad Says.


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