Christopher Lloyd (TV producer)
|Occupation||Creator, screenwriter, television producer|
|Spouse||Arleen Sorkin (1995–present)|
|Relatives||David Lloyd (father)|
Christopher Lloyd is an American TV screenwriter and producer. Lloyd is co-executive producer and co-creator of the TV series Modern Family, which he produces with Steven Levitan. Prior to that, Lloyd had an extensive career on many series, including Frasier. He has won 12 Primetime Emmy Awards for his work on Frasier and Modern Family.
Lloyd began screenwriting with the first four seasons of The Golden Girls. From there he moved on to the comedy Wings, and then to Frasier, where he became its showrunner. While he was executive producer, Frasier won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series for five consecutive years. Lloyd left Frasier after its first seven seasons, returning to helm its final season. He moved on to such series as Out of Practice, Back To You and Modern Family, which also won winning Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series for five consecutive years. As a screenwriter, his work include the animated feature film Flushed Away (2006), for which he received an Annie Award.
Lloyd is the son of Arline and sitcom writer David Lloyd (1934–2009). Since 1995, he has been married to actress and voiceover performer Arleen Sorkin, with whom he has two sons, Eli and Owen. He is a graduate of Yale University.
- "Second Motherhood"
- "The Sisters"
- "Dorothy's Prized Pupil"
- "Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself"
- "Strange Bedfellows"
- "The Artist"
- "Mixed Blessings"
- "The One That Got Away"
- "Scared Straight"
- "Blind Date"
- "Little Sister"
- "Marriage, Italian Style"
- "The Taming of the Shrew"
- "Take My Life, Please"
- "It May Have Happened One Night"
- "Goodbye Old Friend"
- "I Hate Frasier Crane"
- "Flour Child"
- "Fool Me Once, Shame On You..."
- "Dark Victory"
- "Shrink Rap"
- "Moon Dance"
- "The Show Where Diane Comes Back"
- "Mixed Doubles"
- "The 1000th Show" (with Joe Keenan)
- "Perspectives On Christmas"
- "Good Grief"
- "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue" (with Joe Keenan)
- "High Holidays"
- "Goodnight, Seattle" (with Joe Keenan) (Series Finale)
- Dream for an Insomniac (1996)
- Bruce Weber, "David Lloyd, 75, Dies; Wrote ‘Chuckles’ Episode", The New York Times, November 12, 2009
- Whipp, Glenn (August 22, 2014). "Christopher Lloyd's award-winning funny bones". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on August 22, 2014.
- "The art of writing and making films: Flushed Away". "About the Filmmakers", Flushed Away press kit, via The Writing Studio. Archived from the original on February 25, 2007.