Jeffrey Klarik is an American writer and producer. With his partner David Crane (co-creator of Friends), Klarik co-created the award-winning BBC/Showtime comedy Episodes featuring Friends star Matt LeBlanc and Green Wing's Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig, the fifth and final series of which aired in 2017.
|Occupation||Director, writer, producer|
|Known for||Mad About You (television series)|
Episodes (television series)
Klarik and Crane also created the 2006 People's Choice winning ensemble sitcom The Class. He was a co-producer of the NBC television sitcom Mad About You. In 2002 he created the UPN series Half & Half which ran for four seasons and received several NAACP Awards.
- Episodes 2011–17 (creator, writer, executive producer) 
- The Class 2006–07 (creator, writer, executive producer) 
- Half & Half 2002–06 (creator, consulting producer) 
- Carly (pilot), 2001 (creator, executive producer)
- Kiss the Bride (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- By Anne Nivel (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- B.S (pilot), 2002 (creator, executive producer)
- Fourplay (pilot) (creator, executive producer)
- Ink 1996–97 (producer, writer)
- The Naked Truth (TV series) 1995–98 (producer, writer)
- Mad About You 1992–99 (writer, co-producer)
- Dream On (TV series) 1990–96 (writer)
- Vaillancourt, Daniel. "Behind the Camera – David Crane". The Advocate. pp. 39–40. Retrieved November 13, 2016 – via Google Books.
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- Littlefield, Warren; Pearson, T.R. "Six of One". Top of the Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV. New York City: Anchor Books. p. 162. Retrieved November 13, 2016.
- Taylor, Candace (October 13, 2016). "'Friends' Co-Creator David Crane Lists L.A. Penthouse for $29.9 Million". The Wall Street Journal.(subscription required)
- Werts, Diane (September 18, 2006), "'The Class' gets an A for effort", Newsday, archived from the original on November 26, 2006, retrieved October 18, 2007
- Turchiano, Danielle; Turchiano, Danielle (August 18, 2017). "'Episodes' Bosses on Getting the Gang Back Together for the Final Season". Variety. Retrieved June 29, 2020.
- Critic, Hal Boedeker, Sentinel Television. "It's elementary: Comedy goes to head of 'The Class'". OrlandoSentinel.com. Retrieved June 29, 2020.
- Gervich, Chad. Small screen, big picture : a writer's guide to the TV business (First ed.). New York, New York. ISBN 978-0-307-39531-3. OCLC 191090486.
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