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Josh Schwartz Biography

  • Profession: Screenwriter, Executive Producer
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Famous as reportedly the youngest person, as of the mid-2000s, to ever create, produce, and author episodes of a prime-time network series (he was 26 at the time), and as one of the individuals who helped resuscitate intra-program brand integration for scripted series dramas, Josh Schwartz bears chief responsibility for bringing the [[Feature~V291496~The O.C.~theoc[tvseries]]] into the world. As co-produced with former music-video helmer [[Performer~P279112~McG~mcg]] and aired on the Fox network from 2003 to 2007, the evening soaper -- its title an abbreviation for "The Orange County" -- dramatized the story of a public defender ([[Performer~P25621~Peter Gallagher~petergallagher]]) who takes a troubled young man ([[Performer~P373223~Benjamin McKenzie~benjaminmckenzie]]) into his upper-crust Newport Beach home. Schwartz conceived the series while a student at the University of Southern California; it sprang from his sociological research on Orange County. After [[Feature~V291496~The O.C.~theoc[tvseries]]] folded in 2007, Schwartz announced his launch of two additional television programs: [[Feature~V400700~Chuck~chuck[tvseries]]], a comedy-adventure about a hopeless nerd ([[Performer~P340257~Zachary Levi~zacharylevi]]) who embarks on a spy career when the world's most guarded secrets are embedded into his brain, and [[Feature~V409730~Gossip Girl~gossipgirl[tvseries]]], adapted from the novels by [[Performer~P525596~Cecily von Ziegesar~cecilyvonziegesar]], about a young woman with a secret identity who uses a blog to make public all the hottest gossip of New York City's elite teens. He made his feature directorial debut with Fun Size, a teen comedy, in 2012. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi