Jerry Perzigian - Asian-American TV & Film Alliance
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Jerry Perzigian

With nearly 30 years of Hollywood experience and a recent stint in Moscow, assisting a Russian network in adapting a popular American television series for nationwide viewership there, Jerry Perzigian has been a showrunner, writer, and producer on some of the most successful half-hour series in television history, including “The Jeffersons,” “Frasier,” “The Golden Girls,” The “Married…with Children,” and “The Best Damn Sports Show, Period.”

Perzigian was nominated for three Emmy Awards and won one in 2004. The Writers Guild of America recently acknowledged Mr. Perzigian’s contributions to two shows (“Frasier” and “The Golden Girls”) on its list of “The 100 Best Written Television Series of All Time.”

Mr. Perzigian is currently teaching television-writing at the New York-based Jacob Krueger Studio and has also been a recent contributor to The New York Times and The Boston Globe.