Jeffrey Klarik is an American writer and producer. With his life partner David Crane (co-creator of Friends), Klarik co-created the award-winning Showtime/BBC comedy Episodes featuring Friends star Matt LeBlanc and Green Wing's Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig. Episodes fifth and final series is scheduled to start in 2017.
Klarik and Crane also created the 2006 People's Choice winning ensemble sitcom The Class. He was a co-producer of the NBC television sitcom Mad About You. In 2002 he created the UPN series Half & Half which ran for four seasons and received several NAACP Awards.
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- Episodes 2011 (creator, executive producer)
- The Class 2006–07 (creator, writer, executive producer)
- Half & Half 2002–06 (creator, consulting producer)
- Carly (pilot), 2001 (creator, executive producer)
- Kiss the Bride (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- By Anne Nivel (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- B.S (pilot), 2002 (creator, executive producer)
- Fourplay (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- Ink 1996–97 (producer, writer)
- The Naked Truth (TV series) 1995–98 (producer, writer)
- Mad About You 1992–99 (writer, co-producer)
- Dream On (TV series) 1990–96 (writer)
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