|Born||Stephen Thomas Skrovan
March 4, 1957
Stephen Thomas "Steve" Skrovan (born March 4, 1957) is an American producer, writer, and director.
Skrovan grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and went to Gilmour Academy during his high-school years. He majored in English and was a varsity football defensive back at Yale, where he graduated with a B.A. in 1979.
Skrovan began his career as a stand-up comic. He hosted a short-lived talk show on MTV, Mouth to Mouth, in 1988. In 1989, he became the original host of Totally Hidden Video, which aired on FOX from 1989-1992. Starting in 1991, he was the host for the first two seasons of the game show That's My Dog on what was then The Family Channel.
Skrovan produced the 2005 TV special Earth to America, which covered environmental issues. He wrote, produced, and directed An Unreasonable Man, a 2006 documentary about Ralph Nader. He then worked as a producer on the 2006-2010 show 'Til Death, which starred former Raymond cast member Brad Garrett.
Skrovan is married and has two children.
Everybody Loves Raymond episodes
This is a list of Everybody Loves Raymond episodes written or co-written by Skrovan.
- "Standard Deviation"
- "Captain Nemo" (with Lew Schneider)
- "Recovering Pessimist"
- "The Children's Book"
- "All I Want for Christmas"
- "The Family Bed"
- "Six Feet Under" (with Cindy Chupack & Tom Caltabiano)
- "Getting Even"
- "Halloween Candy"
- "Cruising with Marie" (with Susan Van Allen)
- "Dancing with Debra" (with Aaron Shure)
- "You Bet" (with Ellen Sandler)
- "Prodigal Son"
- "Hackidu" (with Lew Schneider)
- "Robert's Divorce" (with Jennifer Crittenden & Tucker Cawley)
- "Pet Cemetery"
- "The Sneeze" (with Aaron Shure)
- "The Sigh"
- "Somebody Hates Raymond"
- "Just a Formality" (with Philip Rosenthal)
- "Home From School"
- "The Nice Talk" (with Aaron Shure)
- "Ally's F"
- "Tasteless Frank" (with Leslie Caveny)
- "The Finale" (with Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Tucker Cawley, Lew Schneider, Jeremy Stevens, Mike Royce, Aaron Shure, Tom Caltabiano & Leslie Caveny)
- Wallace, William N. (November 20, 1996). "College Football Report". The New York Times. Retrieved March 16, 2010.
- "Just in Time for Nader '08". The Austin Chronicle. February 23, 2007. Retrieved March 16, 2010.
- Kearney, Christine (February 7, 2007). "From hero to villain, Ralph Nader documented in film". The Washington Post. Retrieved March 16, 2010.