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Mad About You Biography
Paul Reiser stars as the charming (though
not without his faults) and always-loving
husband Paul Buchman, a first-time father
and multi-talented documentary maker, in
TriStar Television's half-hour comedy
series "Mad About You". The role has
brought Reiser several nominations for
Emmy Awards, Golden Globe Awards
and American Comedy Awards. Reiser
also co-created the award-winning series
and serves as an executive producer.
"Mad About You" airs Tuesdays at 8:00
p.m. (ET/PT) on NBC-TV.
Born and raised in New York City, Reiser
earned a bachelor of arts degree in
music, concentrating on piano and
composition, from the State University of
New York at Binghamton. During his
summers, he performed at the local New
York comedy clubs Catch a Rising Star,
The Comic Strip and The Improv.
Reiser made his feature film debut in
Barry Levinson's acclaimed "Diner," and
soon was cast in a small part in "Beverly
Hills Cop" and as the double-crossing
company man in "Aliens." Reiser's other
feature film credits include "Beverly Hills
Cop II," "The Marrying Man," "Crazy
People," "Cross My Heart," "Family
Prayers," "Mr. Write" and "Bye Bye,
From 1987-1990, Reiser starred in the
NBC sitcom "My Two Dads." He has also
starred in the telefilm "The Tower," and in
two comedy specials, HBO's "Paul
Reiser: Out on a Whim" and Showtime's
"3 1/2 Blocks from Home," both of which
he wrote and produced.
Reiser, who co-wrote "Mad About You"'s
theme song, includes his latest musical
accomplishment on the series' recently
released CD "Mad About You" -- The
Final Frontier." He wrote the lyrics for the
CD's "Lullabye For You," with music by
Billy Joel and sung by BeBe Winans.
His writing talents have extended into the
literary world. In his first book, 1994's
"Couplehood," he shared his thoughts
about married life and love, reaching the
#1 spot on the New York Times bestseller
list. Reiser's follow-up "Babyhood,"
exploring the joys and woes of parenting,
was released in August.
He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and
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