Richard Appel

American writer and producer Richard Appel

Richard "Rich" Appel is an American writer, producer and former attorney. Growing up in Wilmette, Illinois, Appel developed a love of comedy and dreamt of a career as a comedy writer; he attended Harvard University and wrote for the Harvard Lampoon. Following in his mother's footsteps Appel instead became a lawyer. After attending law school he started out as a law clerk for Judge John M. Walker, Jr. before becoming a federal attorney, serving as assistant U.S.
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21 May 1963
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Настоящий отец Стива Джобса хочет впервые встретиться с сыном - CyberStyle.ru
Google News - over 6 years
Она вышла замуж за телепродюсера и сценариста Ричарда Аппела (Richard Appel), который писал сценарии для мультсериала. Именно ему принадлежала идея назвать мать Гомера Симпсона Моной, по имени и девичьей фамилии своей жены
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“My Hollywood” Author Mona Simpson Studies the Help - The Lookout News
Google News - over 6 years
(Fun fact: If you've ever wondered watched the cartoon family “The Simpsons” and wondered if it was a coincidence that Homer Simpson's mother is named Mona Simpson, it turns out that the “My Hollywood” author was once married to TV writer Richard Appel
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Feature: The Life Of Steve Jobs, So Far - Gizmodo Australia
Google News - over 6 years
Mona Simpson's husband, Richard Appel, was a writer for The Simpsons, and he named Marge's mother after his wife. His interactions with her, and upon learning how similar they were, impacted Steve Jobs. Steve Lohr wrote for the NY Times, “The effect of
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Meridian wins six medals on final day of championships - Bellingham Herald
Google News - over 6 years
Meridian's Richard Appel placed seventh in the javelin despite entering with a nagging injury on his throwing arm. His mark of 162-02 was two places behind Nooksack Valley's Salmonson, who had a mark of 167-03. Lynden Christian's 4x200 relay team of
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PREP BOYS' TRACK: Vlas, Lyncs do well at Tri-District - Bellingham Herald
Google News - almost 7 years
Schmitt was the anchor of the relay team, which included Tim Schwisow, Max McGuinn and Relijah McMillen. The Trojans' Richard Appel took fourth in the javelin with a mark of 168-06, allowing him to make the trip to the State Championships as well
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PREP BOYS' TRACK: Lynden Christian's Vlas and Spoelstra each win an event at ... - Bellingham Herald
Google News - almost 7 years
For Meridian, Richard Appel was fourth in the javelin with a throw of 168-6, and Nooksack Valley's BJ Salmonson was fifth in the javelin with a mark of 165-1. In the pole vault, Nooksack Valley's Tyler Perry was fifth (11-0) while Tyson Perry was sixth
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Writing for the Crowds, And Avoiding Them
NYTimes - over 7 years
MONA SIMPSON wanted to see the Matisse. Planning a daylong stopover on her way from Los Angeles, where she now lives, to pick up her son from camp in Maine and to meet with her publisher about her new novel, ''My Hollywood,'' the writer, still best known for her blockbuster debut, ''Anywhere but Here,'' intended to make the most of her time in the
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Paid Notice: Deaths APPEL, ALFRED
NYTimes - almost 9 years
APPEL--Alfred, Jr. (born January 31, 1934), Professor of English Emeritus at Northwestern University, where he taught for over thirty years, died on May 2, 2009, in Evanston, Illinois, at 75, from heart failure. A service will be held at 11am, on Wednesday, May 6, 2009, at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home, 1076 Madison Ave., NY, NY. He received
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Paid Notice: Deaths SCHICK, NORA
NYTimes - about 12 years
SCHICK--Nora. Peacefully, at home, February 14, 2006. Beloved wife of the late Leo. Adored mother of Nina and Alfred Appel and Carol and the late Steven Rothschild. Loving grandmother of Karen and Gene Oshman, Richard Appel, Jeffrey and Debra Rothschild and Peter and Elana Rothschild. Proud great grandmother of Stephen and Katherine Oshman, Gabriel
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COVER STORY; Hear the One About the Funny Lawyer?
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Richard Appel graduated from Harvard Law School, clerked for Judge John Walker at the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and prosecuted criminals for three years at the United States attorney's office for the Southern District of New York. Then he found his true vocation. Mr. Appel began writing sitcoms. ''It's easier to believe they would let a
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A New Show Blessed for What It Isn't
NYTimes - about 15 years
''A.U.S.A.,'' a new NBC sitcom set in the United States attorney's office in Manhattan, seems startlingly old-fashioned: it is a three-camera taped show with a laugh track, a cast of likable oddballs and dialogue sprinkled with references that seem taken from an old Bob Newhart episode, like Bob Dole and the Tuskegee airmen of World War II.
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Federal Prosecutors As Fodder for a Sitcom; 'You Don't Have to Stretch,' Says Show's Creator, Once of Foley Square Himself
NYTimes - about 15 years
The hottest piece of videotape being passed around these days in the United States attorney's office in Manhattan has nothing to do with drugs, terrorism or the mob. Instead, when high-powered prosecutors first gathered to view the tape a while back, they burst into uproarious laughter. ''People would stop by, and say, 'What the heck are they
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As Writers and Producers, Young Alumni Find They Can Make a Lot of Money Fast
NYTimes - over 20 years
Richard Appel was a Harvard man for the 1980's. He graduated with a degree in history and literature in 1985, went directly to Harvard Law School, like many of his classmates, and later joined the United States Attorney's office in Manhattan, a conventional step in a high-flying career. And today? Mr. Appel is a Harvard man for the 1990's: he
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Paid Notice: Deaths SCHICK, LEO
NYTimes - almost 21 years
SCHICK - Leo. Peacefully on March 27, Beth Israel Hospital, NYC. Beloved husband of Nora. Beloved father of Nina and Alfred Appel, Carol and Steven Rothschild. Loving grandfather of Karen and Gene Oshman, Richard Appel and Mona Simpson, Jeffrey and Peter Rothschild. Greatgrandfather of Stephen, Catherine and Gabriel. Funeral services on Friday, 10
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RECRUITS TRAIN FOR TROUBLE
NYTimes - over 32 years
FROM riots to rescues, a police officer never knows what he or she may face in a day's work. The key, the new class of recruits at the Nassau County Police Academy is learning, is to be ready for anything. Riot training conjures up images of angry crowds, breaking glass, hot summer nights in steamy urban streets. But for the recruits, it meant a
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CUOMO FINDS U.S. SETTLING FOR LESS
NYTimes - over 32 years
Governor Cuomo of New York told graduating students at Harvard University today that the United States was becoming a country of ''shrunken aspiration and diminished confidence'' and was no longer upholding the American dream. In an impassioned speech redolent of his address to the Democratic National Convention last summer, Mr. Cuomo said that
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 46
    Appel signed a new three-year, seven figure deal with Fox to continue serving as showrunner on The Cleveland Show in 2010.
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  • 2007
    Age 43
    Appel co-created, alongside Mike Henry and Seth MacFarlane, the Family Guy spin-off The Cleveland Show, which they began discussing in 2007 and which premiered September 27, 2009.
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  • 2006
    Age 42
    In 2006, Appel produced a pilot called My Ex Life about two divorcing couples for CBS, which was directed by Kelsey Grammer.
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  • 2004
    Age 40
    Appel then wrote and worked as a co-executive producer on The Bernie Mac Show and Kitchen Confidential, and appeared as Josh in the 2004 film I ♥ Huckabees.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2001
    Age 37
    He conceived it in 2001 and NBC ordered 13 episodes the following year; the show's original pilot used a single-camera setup but NBC executives felt it would have more appeal as a multiple-camera setup, so it was re-shot.
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    He stayed until 2001.
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  • 1997
    Age 33
    Daniels hired Appel as executive producer and showrunner on King of the Hill in 1997, leading the show's writing process and overseeing all aspects of the show.
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  • 1994
    Age 30
    Appel got his first television job when David Mirkin hired him for the writing staff of The Simpsons in 1994, initially on a ten-week contract, and served as a writer and producer there for four years.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Age 29
    He married novelist Mona Simpson, the biological sister of Apple founder Steve Jobs, in 1993.
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    Appel still had dreams of becoming a comedy writer despite the security working as a lawyer offered him, but only in 1993, after his wife became pregnant, was Appel "reminded that this was his life and he could shape it."
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  • 1990
    Age 26
    Subsequently, for three years from 1990, Appel served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.
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  • 1985
    Age 21
    After graduation in 1985 with a degree in history and literature, Appel attended Harvard Law School rather than moving into comedy, because the idea of following his mother and grandfathers into the legal profession "appealed" to him.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1963
    Born
    Richard James Appel was born May 21, 1963 in New York City, to Nina (neé Schick) and Alfred Appel.
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