Jeff Greenstein is an American television writer, producer and director. Greenstein was the showrunner of Will & Grace and Dream On, as well as on Partners and Getting Personal (both of which he created). He also created the television series State of Georgia. Greenstein is a member of the Writers Guild of America and Directors Guild of America.
- Television writer, producer and director
- Atlanta, Georgia
Jeff Greenstein (17 episodes) Eli Gonda (3 episodes) Starring: Brad Bell Sean Hemeon: Composer(s) Stephen Main James Bladon Ross Flournoy: Country of origin: United States: Original language(s) English: No. of seasons: 3: No. of episodes: 20 (list of episodes) Production; Executive producer(s) Jane Espenson Brad Bell Jeff Greenstein: Producer(s) M. Elizabeth Hughes
Jeff Greenstein Robb Idels Marta Kauffman Jeff Strauss Ron Wolotzky: Camera setup: Single camera: Running time: 30 min: Production companies: Kevin Bright Productions St. Clare Entertainment MCA Television Entertainment: Distributor: NBCUniversal Television Distribution (2004-2011) Release; Original network: HBO (1990–1996) Fox (1995) (edited ...
Jeff Greenstein, Jeff Strauss: October 8, 1987 () After Lilian uses magic to restore a broken lamp, the children decide to use her spell-book to revive their recently deceased pet fish. Meanwhile, Eric faces Snow's wrath when he misses her wildlife preservation meeting. 11: 5 "Cindy's Back in Town" Jack Shea: Carrie Honigblum, Renee Phillips
Jeff Greenstein: Austen Earl: November 6, 2017 () JKL107: 4.36: Harry and Judy shower Andrew with attention after he lands a local TV job as a medical correspondent, with help from Josh. This causes Eve to become frustrated over her in-laws' lack of boundaries, as they are always at her apartment.
- October 2, 2017 –, February 5, 2018
Jeffrey Greenstein, Producer: The Hitman's Bodyguard. Jeffrey Greenstein joined Millennium Media in 2010 and has worked on more than fifty films during his tenure at the company, including The Expendables franchise ($800M), Olympus has Fallen and London Has Fallen ($375M), The Hitman's Bodyguard ($175M), Criminal ($38M), and Mechanic Resurrection ($125M).
9 "Lows in the Mid-Eighties" James Burrows: Jeff Greenstein: November 23, 2000 (): 18.3: 56: 10 "Three's a Crowd, Six is a Freak Show" James Burrows: Jhoni Marchinko
Getting Personal is an American sitcom created by Jeff Greenstein and Jeff Strauss, that aired on Fox from April 6 to October 16, 1998. Getting Personal - Wikipedia "Listen to the Rain on the Roof" was written by series creator Marc Cherry and series writer Jeff Greenstein and directed by Larry Shaw.
The 4th Annual Indie Soap Awards (ISA4) took place on February 19, 2013, once again at New World Stages in New York. The nonprofit Indie Series Network served as the charity sponsor.
Friends (TV Series 1994–2004) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.