Gene Laufenberg

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Eugene Gerard "Gene" Laufenberg (born July 28, 1961, in Jersey City, New Jersey) is a television writer and producer and director.

He started his career in television after securing a story editor's position the animated cult favorite Duckman. He was eventually nominated for an Emmy Award. Laufenberg wrote and produced various other TV shows such as Clueless, "She Spies" and Family Guy. After writing and directing the award-winning short Sunday's Game, Laufenberg obtained a two-picture deal with Fox 2000.[1]


  1. ^ "Lights, camera, click The future of film - albeit distant - is on the Internet" Gazette, The (Colorado Springs, CO) - August 6, 2000

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