Joey Gutierrez

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Joey Gutierrez
Born 1963 (age 50–51)
Calumet City, Illinois, United States
Occupation Writer, Producer
Genre Sitcoms

Joey Gutierrez is a writer and producer of sitcoms for American television. His writing credits include Married... with Children, Murphy Brown, Martin, The Drew Carey Show, Yes, Dear and Still Standing. A former stand-up comedian who began performing at the age of sixteen, he also wrote many of Jerry's routines in the early seasons of Seinfeld. He was a co-executive producer of Yes, Dear, and then became executive producer of Still Standing, along with co-creator Diane Burroughs. Gutierrez is also a member of The Magic Castle. He is represented by the United Talent Agency.

Writing credits[edit]

  • Married... with Children
    • "The Agony of Defeet" (1990)
  • Martin
    • "I've Got a Secret" (1992)
    • "Baby You Can Drive My Car" (1993)
    • "Got To Be There" (1993)
    • "Holiday Blues" (1993)
    • "Love is in Your Face, Part 2" (1994)
    • "I Don't Have the Heart" (1994)
    • "Martin Gets Paid" (1994)
    • "Movin' on In" (1994)
    • "High Noon" (1995)
  • Murphy Brown
    • "Brown in Toyland" (1994)
  • Bless This House (US)
    • "Company Loves Misery" (1995)
    • "A Fight a Day Keeps the Doctor Away" (1995)
    • "Natural Born Parents" (1996)
  • The Drew Carey Show
    • "Mimi's Day Parade" (1996)
    • "It's Your Party and I'll Crash If I Want To" (1996)
    • "Man's Best Same Sex Companion" (1997)
    • "Win a Date with Kate" (1997)
    • "A Very, Very, Very Fine House" (1997)
    • "Howdy Neighbor" (1998)
    • "My Best Friend's Wedding" (1998)
    • "Nicki's Wedding" (1998)
    • "Y2K, You're Okay" (1999)
  • Yes, Dear
    • "Greg's Big Day" (2000)
    • "Jimmy Gets a Job" (2000)
    • "Jimmy's Jimmy" (2001)
    • "The Daddies Group" (2001)
    • "No Room to Spare" (2001)
    • "Christine's Journey" (2001)
    • "Kentucky Top Hat" (2001)
    • "Greg's Promotion" (2002)
  • Still Standing
    • "Pilot" (2002)
    • "Still in School" (2002)
    • "Still Negotiating" (2003)
    • "Still Looking for Love" (2004)
    • "Still Graduating" (2006)

Producing credits[edit]

  • Bless This House (US)(1995) - Producer
  • The Norm Show (1999) - Consulting Producer
  • Yes, Dear (2000) - Co-executive Producer
  • Still Standing (2002) - Executive Producer

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