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Stan Daniels

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Birthday: Jul 31, 1934

Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Stan Daniels was a writer, director, and producer who made a name for himself working on the sitcoms "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Taxi." Daniels started out writing for "The Dean Martin Comedy Hour" in 1965, and penned jokes for "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" from '70 to '71. During the mid-'70s, Daniels wrote for "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," one of the most lauded programs of the era, and he also served as a producer on the series. Following the end of that show, Daniels went on to co-create "Taxi," which debuted in '78, and he stayed involved in the popular series throughout its entire five-season run, even directing a couple of episodes. During the '80s and '90s, Daniels wasn't very active, though he did create the '91 sitcom "Roc." Heart problems led to Daniels's death in 2007, and he is fondly remembered for his significant contributions to TV comedies.



No Score Yet No Score Yet Gahan Wilson's The Kid Producer,
Executive Producer,
- 2000


No Score Yet No Score Yet Sparks Director 1997
57% No Score Yet Good News Director 1997
86% No Score Yet Almost Perfect Director 1995-1996
40% No Score Yet High Society Director 1995
No Score Yet No Score Yet Dear John Director 1988
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Associates Writer 1980
No Score Yet 100% The Mary Tyler Moore Show Writer,