Joe Davola (TV producer)
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Joe Davola is an American television and film producer, director and writer.
Born in Brooklyn N.Y. and raised in Rosedale NY. Davola is partner and co-founder with Brian Robbins in AwesomenessTV which sold to DreamWorks Animation in May 2013.
Davola previously developed and executive produced with Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins on several TV shows for their production company, Tollin/Robbins Productions. Some projects include All That, The Amanda Show, The Nick Cannon Show, One Tree Hill, What I Like About You, The Bronx Is Burning, and Smallville.
He went on to Fox Broadcasting Company as Senior Vice President of Development, where he developed the Emmy Award-winning shows In Living Color and The Ben Stiller Show. Davola then returned to MTV in 1993, where as senior vice president of development and production, he started MTV Films, MTV Home Video and MTV Productions. From MTV he went to DreamWorks television where he was involved in the development of the hit ABC show Spin City. The character "Crazy" Joe Davola on the sitcom Seinfeld was named after him.
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