Adam Chase

Adam Chase

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Adam Chase is a television writer and producer who specializes in sitcoms. His break into the business came in 1993, when he wrote an episode for the little-known comedy "Phenom," about a young female tennis pro and her frustration in maintaining relationships with her coach and family. The following year, Chase landed a writing gig on one of the biggest-ticket television shows of the decade--"Friends," the sitcom about six young New Yorkers, their lives and relationships. He began there as a story editor in late September of '94, on the episode "The One with the Sonogram at the End." From there, Chase worked his way up the creative ladder--by '96, he became a producer on the show, and he moved on to executive producer, a capacity he continued with into 2000, while also staying onboard to write episodes. From there, Chase went on to executive produce the short-lived comedy "The Weber Show," which co-starred Steven Weber (as, confusingly, Jack Nagle) and wild-card comedy actor Chris Elliott. After producing two other lesser-known sitcoms--"Life on a Stick" and "Love, Inc.," both in '05--Chase created the sci-fi comedy "Clone" and, interestingly, brought it to the U.K. via the channel BBC3, the opposite directional trend of the U.S.'s importing of British shows. The series, which starred Jonathan Pryce, lasted six episodes.



85% 50% B Positive Writer 2021-2022
No Score Yet 83% Mom Writer 2014-2021
13% 66% Friends With Better Lives Writer 2014
26% 0% How to Be a Gentleman Executive Producer 2011-2012
65% 25% Better With You Writer 2010-2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Clone Executive Producer,
13% No Score Yet Love, Inc. Executive Producer 2005-2006
8% No Score Yet The Weber Show Executive Producer 2000-2001