Birth Name: Will Gluck
Gluck began his career in television, first as story editor on the NBC sitcom "The Single Guy" (1995-1997) and later as a writer for "The John Laroquette Show" (NBC, 1993-1996) in its final, sanitized year on the air. He moved on to stints as story editor and producer on several more well regarded, but short-lived sitcoms like "Working" (NBC, 1997-1998), "Grosse Point" (The WB, 2000-01), the Emmy-winning animated comedy "Gary & Mike" (UPN, 2001) and "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" (Fox, 2002-03). His knack for breezy wordplay allowed him to graduate to creator and executive producer of "Luis" (Fox, 2003), a blue-collar comedy starring character actor Luis Guzman that was too was qui...
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