Bruce Helford

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Bruce Helford
Born United States
Occupation Writer, television producer

Bruce Helford is an American television writer and producer.[1]

Helford was the co-creator of The Drew Carey Show. He served as executive producer of the series for its entire run, from 1995 to 2004. Helford also served as executive producer and writer for Roseanne during season five of the series (1992–1993). He also created or co-created the series The Norm Show, Wanda at Large, Freddie, George Lopez,[2] Nikki, and Bless This House.[3] He helped out with a Family Guy short entitled "Wizard Robot and His Less Successful Friend".

Beginning in 1995, Helford launched a vanity company, Mohawk Productions, to produce shows created or executive produced by him. Mohawk is affiliated with Warner Bros. Television. His new show, Anger Management starring Charlie Sheen' premiered in 2012 on cable channel FX.


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