Norman Steinberg’s work has been recognized with an Emmy Award, a Writer’s Guild Award and a British Academy Award nomination. Steinberg has penned screenplays for numerous films, including “Blazing Saddles,” “My Favorite Year” and “Johnny Dangerously.” In the television arena, he has served as writer, creator showrunner and executive producer, leaving his mark on such programs as “Cosby,” “When Things Were Rotten,” “Doctor, Doctor,” Showtime’s “Paradise” and the upcoming series “Chemistry.”
He previously taught at the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University and at the American Film Institute (AFI). A graduate of the University of Maryland and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Steinberg also was a practicing attorney, specializing in entertainment and copyright law.
He will be sharing information about his experiences and the TV Writer's Studio (M.F.A.) program at Long Island University: Brooklyn.