David M. Israel

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David Michael Israel is an Emmy and Golden Globe award winning[1] television producer and writer as well as a former sportscaster for the New York Mets.[2] ("Before moving to Los Angeles from New York, Israel was a writer, producer and editor for Major League Baseball, working on such projects as This Week in Baseball, the 1986 New York Mets Highlight Film, and several World Series Highlight Films."[3]). He has worked on The Tracy Morgan Show, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Grounded for Life and the Nickelodeon sitcom How to Rock.[4] He is currently a writer and co-executive producer on the NBC show About a Boy.

In 2005, Israel and his partner Jim O'Doherty were signed to a two-year development deal with NBC Universal.[5]

In 2016, Israel founded David Israel Productions, a TV shingle focused on scripted reality programming. Their LA offices are located on the CBS Radford lot in Studio City.

Education[edit]

He is a 1980 graduate of George W. Hewlett High School in Hewlett, New York and a 1984 graduate of Syracuse University.[2]

Career[edit]

  • MARVIN MARVIN NICKELODEON CONSULTANT/CONSULTING PRODUCER COMPLETED 2012-2013[6]

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