Don Reo

Don Reo

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Birthplace: Rhode Island, USA

Don Reo was a Hollywood producer of hit television shows, best known for his involvement in "Blossom" (NBC 1993-95), the Emmy Award-winning series "Two and a Half Men" (CBS 2003-), and the legendary comedy series "M*A*S*H" (CBS 1972-1983). Reo started his television career first as a writer for ABC's variety show "Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters" (1969-1970). The show was not a hit and was cancelled after one season, so Reo found more steady work by writing for the comedy sketch show "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (NBC 1968-1973). In the fall of 1972, he left "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" to pursue writing for sitcoms like "Sanford and Son" (NBC 1972-77), "All in the Family" (CBS 1971-79), and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" (CBS 1970-77).




No Score Yet 72% The Ranch Executive Producer 2016-2020
65% 66% Two and a Half Men Writer,
Executive Producer
25% No Score Yet Brothers Executive Producer 2009
95% 98% Everybody Hates Chris Writer 2009
No Score Yet 33% My Wife and Kids Writer,
Executive Producer
No Score Yet No Score Yet Pearl Executive Producer,
No Score Yet No Score Yet The John Larroquette Show Executive Producer 1995-1996
No Score Yet No Score Yet Blossom Executive Producer 1990-1995
No Score Yet 93% The Golden Girls Writer 1989
No Score Yet 100% The Mary Tyler Moore Show Writer 1973
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sanford & Son Writer 1972-1973