Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA
Victor Fresco was involved with some of television's most eclectic cult sitcoms, from "Alf"( NBC 1986-90) to "My Name is Earl" (NBC 2005-09), along with the offbeat series he created himself, such as the corporate satire "Better Off Ted" (ABC 2009-10) and the slice-of-life teen comedy "Life On A Stick" (Fox 2005). No matter the setting, Fresco delivered an off-beat twist on everyday reality.
Fresco's first crack at television came along in 1987 when Columbia Television decided to cash in on the revival of the old '60s television show "The Monkees" (NBC 1966-68). They hired 29 year-old Fresco to produce "The New Monkees" (CBS 1987), a remake of the old idea with a new set of young un... Continue Bio >>
2013 NBC / Sean Hayes / Victor Fresco Father-Daughter Comedy
2013 NBC/ Untitled Sean Hayes Project
2013 Sean Saves The World
2011 ABC / Christopher Moynihan Relationships Comedy
2011 Go On
2011 Man Up
2011 Man Up!
2008 ABC / Victor Fresco Corporate Comedy
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