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David Litt (television writer/producer)

David Litt is a television writer and producer based in Southern California. Litt was the co-creator of The King of Queens (sit-com set in Queens, NYC). Litt wrote 15 episodes of the comedy that aired from 1998 to 2007. He has also been a writer and co-executive producer for The Big Bang Theory (sit-com about geeky physicists) in 2007 and Out of Practice (sit-com about family of doctors, aired one season) in 2005-06.[1]

He was also co-executive producer of all 22 episodes of Listen Up!. This was a show about two co-hosts of a sports talk TV show set in Philadelphia. One of the hosts was a former professional athlete and the other was a sportswriter played by Jason Alexander who was also the show's producer.

Earlier in his television career Litt was a writer and producer on Ned and Stacy, a sit-com about a marriage of convenience. On this show he worked with Michael J. Weithorn (with whom he would later co-create The King of Queens) and Charlie Kaufman, the writer behind Adaptation and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.[1] In 2014, Litt worked as co-executive producer on the Fox series titled Weird Loners, set to premiere in March 2015.

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