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Jason Gerbay

Jason Gerbay is a writer and producer, known for What Do You Think This Is? A Grocery Store? (2010), Corrupted Signals (2009) and Ceramic Cookies (2011). See full bio »

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 2015 3 Days Without a Bagel (writer)
 2012 How the Finch Destroyed Christmas (Short) (story) / (writer)
 2012 Back in Nam (writer)
 2012 Senile
 2012 Abnormal Activity IIII (Video)
 2011 Abnormal Activity 3 (Video)
 2011 Ceramic Cookies (Short) (story) / (writer)
 2010 Abnormal Activity (Video) (written by)
 2009 Corrupted Signals (Short) (story) / (writer)
 2009 The $100,000,000 Burst (TV Series) (creator)
 2009 Sandwiched (written by)
 2008 Slandering Vasser (Short) (story) / (co-writer)
 2008 They're Too Small (written by)
 2008 CIA Man (TV Series) (writer - 4 episodes)
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- Episode #1.1 ... (writer)
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