James R. Stein

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James R. Stein
Born (1950-01-09) January 9, 1950 (age 67)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Television producer, screenwriter
Years active 1973–present

James R. Stein (born January 9, 1950) is an American screenwriter and television producer. For his work on The Carol Burnett Show and the 1973 comedy special Lily, Stein has won two Primetime Emmy Awards.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Notes
1973 Sanford and Son Writer, 3 episodes
1976–1977 One Day at a Time Writer, 2 episodes
What's Happening!! Writer, 2 episodes
1977–1979 Fernwood 2 Night Writer, 39 episodes
1978 America 2-Night Writer, 65 episodes
1979–1980 A New Kind of Family Writer, 3 episodes
1980–1981 Flo Writer, 8 episodes
1981–1983 Private Benjamin Writer, 2 episodes
1982–1986 Silver Spoons Writer, 19 episodes
Executive producer, 3 episodes
1984–1985 Double Trouble Writer, 2 episodes
1990–1991 Amen Writer, 5 episodes
1993–1995 Family Matters Writer, 3 episodes
2000–2002 Son of the Beach Writer, 36 episodes
Executive producer, 40 episodes

External links[edit]

James R. Stein at the Internet Movie Database