Gitelson's writing and producing credits include for TV: Corn & Peg, Recess, Goldie & Bear, Imagination Movers, Handy Manny, Rugrats, LazyTown, Dragon Tales, and Hey Arnold!; and for film: Whispers in the Dark, A Case for Murder, Becoming Dick and The Family Plan. He co-created Goldie & Bear with Jorge Aguirre.
He won a 2002-2003 Emmy Award and a 1999 Humanitas Award for writing and producing the Nickelodeon television series Rugrats and the 2010 Writers Guild of America Award for Imagination Movers. He has also received a Vision Award from the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications, a Genesis Award from the Humane Society, an Imagen Award, and an Environmental Media Award, for his work on Handy Manny.
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