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The Office, Dead Like Me
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Paul Bevan Lieberstein (born February 22, 1967) is an Emmy Award-winning American screenwriter and television producer who is most widely known as a writer, producer, and supporting cast member on the U.S. version of the sitcom The Office. Lieberstein`s first job in show business was as a writer on the television series Clarissa Explains It All, a job he won based on the strength of a spec script for The Simpsons that he co-wrote. Following that he was a writer on Weird Science in 1994 and later on the sitcom The Naked Truth. In 1997, he became a producer and writer on the animated sitcom King of the Hill. He also had brief stints as a writer/co-executive producer on The Drew Carey Show and The Bernie Mac Show. He was also a writer for the short-lived series Greg the Bunny and Dead Like Me.
Lieberstein grew up in Westport, Connecticut He attended Hamilton College, graduating in 1989 with a major in economics (he "wanted to be a financier of some kind"). His first job after graduation was as an auditor at Peat Marwick International, a job that didn`t last six months. He followed that with part-time work in his father`s law firm, "working as little as [he] could so [he] could write." His sister Susanne is a president at Lifetime Entertainment Services and is married to Greg Daniels. His brother Warren is married to Angela Kinsey. Lieberstein was married for a second time to Janine Poreba on July 19, 2008 at the New York City restaurant Battery Gardens.
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Paul Bevan Lieberstein (born February 22, 1967) is an American screenwriter, actor and television producer. A Primetime Emmy Award winner, he is most widely known as a writer, producer, and as supporting cast member Toby Flenderson on the U.S. version of the sitcom The Office. He served as the series' showrunner from seasons five to eight. On March 22, 2012, it was announced that Lieberstein would step down from his showrunner role to focus on a planned spin-off series featuring Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute, which was tentatively called "The Farm" and Lieberstein was set to be the showrunner. However, in October 2012, it was announced that NBC was not accepting the spin-off series.
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