Jim Mulholland

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Jim Mulholland
NationalityAmerican
Occupationscreenwriter
Years active1968-present

Jim Mulholland (born in Rockville Centre, New York) is an American television writer and film screenwriter.

Career[edit]

At nineteen, he was the youngest writer ever on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.[1] He has since won a Writers Guild Award and has received twenty Emmy nominations in the late-night comedy category.[2][3][4][5] He co-wrote the screenplays for Amazon Women on the Moon, Oscar, The Ratings Game,[6] Bad Boys,[7] and television specials including SCTV comedy special Public Enemy #2.[8]

Filmography[edit]

  • Favorite Deadly Sins (TV Movie) (segment "Greed") (1995)
  • Bad Boys (1995)
  • Public Enemy #2 (1993)
  • Basic Values: Sex, Shock & Censorship in the 90's (TV Movie) (1993)
  • Life As We Know It! (TV Movie) (1991)
  • Oscar (screenplay) (1991)
  • Amazon Women on the Moon (written by) (1987)
  • Many Happy Returns (TV Movie) (1986)
  • The Ratings Game (TV Movie) (written by) (1984)
  • Welcome to the Fun Zone (TV Movie) (1984)
  • Focus on Fishko (Short) (writer) (1983)
  • Likely Stories, Vol. 2 (TV Movie) (1983)
  • Likely Stories, Vol. 4 (TV Movie) (1983)
  • The Selling of Vince D'Angelo (TV Movie) (1983)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "And for Carson's supporting cast, a void", Los Angeles Times, May 17, 1992.
  2. ^ 'The Ratings Game', Los Angeles Times, August 25, 1984.
  3. ^ Nominations for Prime-Time Emmys, Los Angeles Times, August 1, 1986.
  4. ^ The Emmy Nominations, Los Angeles Times, July 7, 2006.
  5. ^ Jim Mulholland at IMDb.
  6. ^ `Women on the Moon' - Takeoff!, USA Today, September 18, 1987.
  7. ^ Bad Boys, Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times, April 6, 1996.
  8. ^ Public Enemy #2, Ken Tucker, Entertainment Weekly, November 8, 1991, "The Gold Standard", David Steinberg, Los Angeles Times Magazine, February 8, 2009.

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