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Comedy Showrunner Alan Kirschenbaum Dies at 51

27 October 2012 12:58 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Alan Kirschenbaum died on Friday, his agency, CAA, has confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 51 years old. The TV vet spent over three decades writing for various sitcoms, starting with work on Everything's Relative and Dear John in the late 1980's. He later wrote for Coach and Everybody Loves Raymond, then served as co-exec producer and writer on Stark Raving Mad and Yes, Dear, the Anthony Clark-Jean Louisa Kelly CBS comedy that he also co-created.

More recently, Kirschenbaum was a consulting producer on NBC's My Name is Earl and

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