Jay Kogen

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Jay Kogen
Born Jay Steven Kogen
(1963-05-03) May 3, 1963 (age 51)
Brooklyn, New York
Occupation director, producer, writer, actor
Years active 1968–present
Spouse(s) Brown Kogen (1997–present)

Jay Steven Kogen (born May 3, 1963) is an American comedy writer.

Career[edit]

He has co-written several episodes of The Tracey Ullman Show and The Simpsons along with former writing partner Wallace Wolodarsky. Since then, he has written for several shows, including an Emmy Award winning stint at Frasier, Everybody Loves Raymond, George Lopez, and Malcolm in the Middle. Kogen also made an appearance in The Aristocrats. He was a consulting producer on The Class, co-writer of the Dave Foley/David Anthony Higgins 1997 film The Wrong Guy, as well as being a former stand-up comedian.

My World and Welcome to It: Executive Producers are Jay Kogen, Kim Tannenbaum, Barry Sonnenfeld & Mitch Hurwitz. Comedy based on James Thurber's collection of essays about being a dad in the 1960s. Production: Sony Pictures Television & Tantamount.

In 2009, he started working on the Nickelodeon TV series The Troop. He is also the creator of Wendell & Vinnie.

Filmography[edit]

The Simpsons
Malcolm in the Middle

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