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Ted Cohen

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A writer and producer of television comedies, Ted Cohen got his start in the business penning scripts for the animated show "Disney's Doug" (aka "Brand Spanking New! Doug"), a revamped version of the popular 1991-1994 series about a mild-mannered preteen. After breaking into world of live-action sitcoms with the immature-teacher comedy "Mr. Rhodes," Cohen worked his way onto the massively popular sitcom "Friends." Serving as a prolific writer from the third season on, he imbued the show's 30-something Manhattanites with enough quirky charm and relatable relationship woes to make them one of the quintessential sitcom casts of the '90s and early 2000s. As a producer of 128 "Friends" episodes, Cohen garnered four Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series, winning one. After the show ended in 2004, the TV veteran marched forward with his romantic-comedy campaign, writing and producing episodes of series such as "Worst Week" and "Rules of Engagement." After the immense success of "Friends," Cohen has struggled to find a sitcom that has connected with audiences in a comparable manner. The 2010 show "Romantically Challenged," which starred Alyssa Milano as a recent divorcee, was cancelled after just four episodes, and the 2012 cross-dressing comedy "Work It" was axed after only two episodes, deemed unfunny by viewers and critics and offensive by LGBT groups.



No Score Yet No Score Yet If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home Now Screenwriter,
Executive Producer
- 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet All of It Cinematographer - 1999


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6% No Score Yet Romantically Challenged Writer 2010
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