Penn in Pictures ’08 VIDEO: TV Writer Lew Schneider (C’83)

Yesterday I talked about this year’s great Penn in Pictures event and how I will be posting videos from the event.

To start things off, check out the video above of TV writer click here online levitra tablet essay about group behavior cialis canada lilly controversial topic essay enter dissertation definition in writing isabelle durand pfizer viagra go to link watch mla citation of essay source url propecia stimula xenical clarinex watch omeprazole comprimidos viagra benefits of organic urban gardening essay the spectator essay enter site 2013 profile in courage essay contest case study assignment jamba juice #9 essays by students ucf essay prompt 2020 cialis autoris en france source site facts about volcanoes homework help help with writing paper for college source link ethical egoism theory essay Lew Schneider (C’83, Everybody Loves Raymond writer).

In the video, Lew talks about:

  • His major at Penn, his time in Mask and Wig
  • How her pursued a life in comedy as a stand-up, tv host, an actor and a TV writer
  • How he transitioned from actor to writer and what shows he wrote for before landing his Everybody Loves Raymond gig
  • What he’s been doing since Raymond ended (including new pilots, a great animated show he wrote for, and his time now on New Adventures of Old Christine)

More Penn in Pictures videos tomorrow!

A special thanks to editor David Chalfin (C’96), a fantastic editor living in Los Angeles who recorded and edited all the Penn in Pictures videos. Check out his reel here!

Other Penn writers here

Check out photos from past Penn in Pictures events!

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