Old Jews Telling Jokes

Season 3 Episode 03.17.10

Fred Rubin, "New York Athletic Club"

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Fred Rubin was born and raised in Chicago. For twenty-three years he wrote and produced network television sitcoms, working on such classics as "Diff'rent Strokes," "Night Court," and "Archie Bunker's Place." He is currently an assistant professor at UCLA in the department of theatre, film and television. He's been telling jokes since the age of three.moreless

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