Alan J. Higgins

Alan Joel Higgins (sometimes credited as Al Higgins) is an American television producer.

Al Higgins
Born
Alan Joel Higgins

Other namesAl Higgins
Occupation
  • Writer
  • producer
Years active1991–present
RelativesSteve Higgins (brother)
David Anthony Higgins (brother)

Higgins was born in Des Moines, Iowa, and is the brother of actor David Anthony Higgins and Saturday Night Live assistant producer/Late Night with Jimmy Fallon announcer Steve Higgins.

He was a writer and associate producer of the television series Malcolm in the Middle[1] for the first three seasons, and came back as a creative consultant for season seven.

Higgins' other television credits include the first three seasons of NewsRadio, 'Til Death, Cracking Up, In the Motherhood, Cavemen, 100 Questions, Big Lake, Mike & Molly and Bob Hearts Abishola.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "There's not a Brady in this Bunch" by Caryn James, Malcolm in the Middle pilot review, The New York Times television reviews 2000 via Google Books
  2. ^ "Al Higgins of In the Motherhood". Retrieved February 22, 2011.

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