Kevin S. Bright




Birth Name

Kevin S. Bright




Kevin was born in 1955. He started his career in New York with The Joseph Ctes Company. While there, he produced specials for David Copperfield and many other people. He moved to L.A. and produced specials for HBO. Among these specials were "History of White People in America" which won a Cable Ace Award, and other comedy specials for Robin Williams and others. In 1989 e got an Emmy for the comedy series "In Living Color", in which he was the supervising producer. In 1992 the comedy "Dream On" won a Cable Ace Award. He was also the executive producer of the "Ron Reagan Show" in 1990. He was the director of the pilot of the sitcom, "DAG". In 1993, he met David Crane and Marta Kauffman and they formed Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions and got a developing deal with Warner Brothers Television. He's produced episodes of "Friends", "Veronicas Closet", "Jesse", "Dream On", and "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.". "Friends" became a hit from the start. The directing, and producing was excellent by Crane, Kauffman, and Bright. The show was agruably one of the greatest sitcoms of all-time, and it was very popular. The cast members were Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, and David Schwimmer. He was writing and producing for "Friends" with David and Marta up until a little while ago when "Friends" had it's Series Finale and it ended. "Friends" lasted from 1994-2004, when Crane, Kauffman, and Bright decided it should end. After Friends, he began writing and producing the Friends spinoff, "Joey" starring Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribianni.