Josh Berman

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Josh Berman
Occupation Writer, producer

Joshua "Josh" Berman is a writer and producer for television. He was an executive producer on the TV show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and consulting producer on Bones.

Career[edit]

Berman worked on the series CSI since its first season. He has worked on a number of episodes including "Crow's Feet", "Mea Culpa", "Unbearable" and "Compulsion". Berman developed the Fox drama series Deviant Behavior, which was later renamed and broadcast under the title Killer Instinct. The show was cancelled after 13 episodes were shot, of which 9 were ultimately broadcast. On June 4, 2006, Berman negotiated an early release from CSI to focus on the thriller Vanished, the first project to be greenlighted from his four year pact with 20th Century Fox Television. The show, which starred Gale Harold and Ming-Na as FBI agents investigating the disappearance of a U.S. Senator's wife, premiered August 2006 on the Fox network. The show was cancelled.

Berman was a writer and consulting producer on Bones has written a number of episodes including "Death in the Saddle", "The Wannabe in the Weeds", "The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond" and "The Twisted Bones in the Melted Truck". Drop Dead Diva, created by Berman originally for Fox, premiered on Lifetime on July 12, 2009. Produced by Sony Pictures Television, the series stars stage actress Brooke Elliott as Jane, a brilliant, thoughtful and overweight attorney whose body is inhabited by the soul of a vapid fashion model, and Margaret Cho as her loyal assistant, Teri. Storyline Entertainment's Craig Zadan and Neil Meron serve as exec producers alongside Berman.

Personal life[edit]

Berman is a native of Encino and identifies himself as gay.[1] His brother, David Berman, is head researcher for CSI, and occasionally plays assistant coroner "Super Dave" Phillips.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kinser, Jeremy (October 2011). "Josh Berman: Death Becomes Him". The Advocate. Retrieved October 2, 2011. 

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