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David Crane (born August 13, 1957 in Philadelphia) is an American writer and producer. He is one of the creators of the TV sitcom Friends, along with his longtime friend Marta Kauffman. He is primarily known for his writing involving a strong amount of humor without any changes in expression, also known as deadpan humor.

Crane attended Harriton High school in Rosemont, Pennsylvania, and received his bachelor's degree from Brandeis University. He is the son of Philadelphia news anchor Gene Crane and his first wife Joan.

He lives with his partner, Jeffrey Klarik. Together, they have created the ensemble sitcom, The Class.[1]

Selected filmography

  • The Class, 2006 (creator, writer and executive producer)
  • Jesse, 1998 (executive producer)
  • Veronica's Closet, 1996 (creator, executive producer)
  • Friends, 1994 (creator, writer, executive producer)
  • Dream On, 1990, (Writer/Producer)

References

  1. ^ MSN's 2006 Fall TV Guide, New Shows Preview: The Class

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