Pippin Parker (June 22, 1959) is an American playwright and theatre director. He is Director of  The New School for Drama. Years Active: 1999-present 
Parker is one of the co-founding members of Naked Angels, a theater company in New York City where he was Artistic Director. Along with Nicole Burdette, Frank Pugliese and Kenneth Lonergan, he is a member of a writer's group for dramatic and fiction authors.
His short play " A Gift" was produced in New York and Los Angeles and a later radio adaptation was featured on NPR’s . Naked Angels and The Next Big Thing New York Stage and Film have both produced his play . Assisted Living
His television work includes
The Tick and an original television series in development at  HBO.
Parker is active in the
Writers Guild of America, East.  
Personal life [ edit ]
He is the older brother of
Sarah Jessica Parker and Toby Parker. 
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