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Ed Redlich is an American television producer. He was the executive producer for Without a Trace, for which he wrote 5 episodes, as well as the executive producer for Shark starring James Woods. He currently produces the television series Unforgettable.
Redlich graduated from Harvard University and New York University School of Law and worked with David E. Kelley as a writer for the TV series The Practice. He is the son of former NYU Law professor and dean Norman Redlich. His sister is Carrie A. Redlich, Professor of Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine, and Acting Director, Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program. Redlich's wife, Sarah Timberman is also in the television business and has produced several shows, including Kidnapped.
Redlich got his first job in the entertainment business in 1992 as an executive story editor in the series The Round Table. He then went on to write the television movie Ebbie in 1995, following which he became the executive creative consultant for the TV show Strangers. He then went on to write for, and later produce, The Practice, for which he won an Emmy. He then moved to the program Felicity for which he wrote and produced. He also acted in one episode. He then wrote and produced for Watching the Detectives, followed by his stints with Without a Trace and Shark.
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- "CBS bites into 'Shark' with a full season". Hollywood Reporter. October 21, 2006. Archived from the original on September 15, 2007. Retrieved November 18, 2010.
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- Ed Redlich at the Internet Movie Database
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