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Liz Tuccillo

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Liz Tuccillo
Tuccillo on Employee of the Month in 2015
Tuccillo on Employee of the Month in 2015
OccupationWriter, producer
GenreSelf-improvement, Comedy
Notable worksHe's Just Not That Into You

Liz Tuccillo is an American writer and producer best known for her work on the HBO comedy series Sex and the City and for co-authoring (with Greg Behrendt) the self-help book He's Just Not That Into You, for which they won a Quill Award.[1] Her first novel, How to Be Single, was published in June 2008 and adapted into a feature film in 2016.

Tuccillo wrote the 2005 television series Related,[2] which aired on the WB network. She directed and wrote the 2008 film Gone to the Dogs[3] and the film Take Care which premiered at South by Southwest in March 2014.[4]



Year Film Role Notes
1989 I Love N.Y. Actress (Italian Girl)
1996 Ed's Next Move Actress (Numbers Woman)
2008 Claire Writer, Director, Producer short
2008 Gone to the Dogs Writer, Director, Producer short
2008 27 Dresses Script supervisor
2009 Four Single Fathers Writer, Producer
2009 He's Just Not That Into You Based on her book
2010 Meet My Boyfriend!!! Writer short
2014 Take Care Writer, Director, Producer
2016 How To Be Single Based on her book


Year Film Role Notes
1990 ABC Afterschool Special Actress (unknown role) Episode: "Stood Up!"
2002-2004 Sex and the City Staff writer (Season 5); story editor, writer, executive story editor (Season 6) Writer of episode: "The Post-It Always Sticks Twice"
2005-2006 Related Creator, co-executive producer
2008 Puppy Love Writer web series
2011 Love Bites Consulting producer
2011 Paul the Male Matchmaker Writer, executive producer
2013 Smash Writer Episode: "The Read-Through"
2018 Sweetbitter Writer, co-executive producer Wrote episode: "Simone's"
2018-2019 Divorce Executive producer, showrunner, writer Wrote episodes: "Worth It," "Charred," "Bad Manners," "Knock Knock"
2022 Alaska Daily Co-executive producer, writer Wrote episode: "The Weekend"


In 2000, Tuccillo's play Joe Fearless, a play for sports fanatics (and the people who tolerate them) premiered off-Broadway at Atlantic Theater Company. Among its cast were Julie Dretzin, Michael Ealy, Dan Fogler, Michael Potts, Blake Robbins, Randy Ryan, and Callie Thorne. It was directed by Craig Carlisle.[6]

In 2002, Tuccillo's musical Cheyenne: A Transwestern premiered at the Hudson Theatre in Los Angeles. Tuccillo wrote the book and lyrics and Phillip Rogers wrote the music. It was directed by Craig Carlisle.[7]


  1. ^ "The 2005 Awards". The Quill Book Awards. Archived from the original on July 6, 2006.
  2. ^ "Related". Kino.de (in German). Retrieved August 21, 2014.
  3. ^ Deming, Mark. "Gone to the Dogs (2008)". Allmovie. Retrieved May 5, 2013.
  4. ^ "A Conversation with 'Take Care' Writer/Director Liz Tuccillo". mxdwn.com. March 20, 2014. Retrieved August 21, 2014.
  5. ^ a b "Liz Tuccillo | Producer, Writer, Director". IMDb. Retrieved June 19, 2024.
  6. ^ "Basketball Loudly and Furiously Takes Over, Both on the Stage and in a Fan's Life". archive.nytimes.com. Retrieved June 19, 2024.
  7. ^ Hirschhorn, Joel (February 26, 2002). "Cheyenne". Variety. Retrieved June 19, 2024.

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