Rick Leed

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Rick Leed is an American television and film producer best known as the creator and executive producer of Dr. 90210 series, which premiered in 2004 and ran for six seasons on E!.[1] He also served as executive producer on feature films Where the Heart Is[2] and Company Man.[3]

While he served as president of Wind Dancer, the production house produced the award-winning sitcom Home Improvement and romantic comedy film What Women Want. Leed was also instrumental in the launch of Comedy Central's cult television series Mystery Science Theatre 3000 for which he was credited with a special thanks.[4] As an agent, Leed represented several award-winning creative talents, including Aaron Sorkin, Rowan Atkinson and Ian McKellen.

Leed was born in New York City. He is a graduate of Northwestern University in Chicago and currently resides in Los Angeles with his partner and two children. [5]

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