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Andrew Schneider

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Andrew Schneider
OccupationTelevision writer, television producer
Spouse(s)Diane Frolov

Andrew Schneider is an American screenwriter and television producer, whose credits include writing for The Sopranos, Northern Exposure, The Incredible Hulk and Alien Nation. He frequently co-writes episodes with his wife, Diane Frolov. In 1992, Schneider won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for his work on the Northern Exposure episode "Seoul Mates". The award was shared with Frolov as they co-wrote the episode.[1] Schneider was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award for best dramatic series at the February 2008 ceremony for his work on the sixth season of The Sopranos.[2][3][4] Schneider was raised in a secular Jewish family.[5]

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Since I was a little kid I always wanted to make monsters. I actually remember, and it's kinda funny cuz recently in one of these [SWSCA] tutorials I see that my good buddy Mike Chapman is always making comments And actually we went to high school together and the first kinda gag I ever did we blunted down a razor blade and hooked surgical tube to it. And he was behind me with a turkey baster filled with blood. And we went up to my French teacher and I did a fake cut up my arm And when he squeezed the plunger the surgical tubing blew out the end and blood shot all over my French teacher's suit and since it was his last year, he was kinda burnt out anyway, he just laughed and taught the rest of the day with blood all over his suit. When I left school and decided not to be an animator, I can only describe it as a lightning strike one day hit me and I just knew that I was a mask maker even though I'd never sculpted in my life, I'd never made a mask before, I just decided that's it. And it's been almost four years now and I haven't looked back. All these years I'd looked for an artistic medium to really sink my teeth into and nothing really ever hit. When masks finally came I realized there were so many aspects of masks that hit me where I needed to be touched by something that was gonna take up all my time And one of them was the Shamanic purpose of masks and that they go back for thousands and thousands of years. When someone would put on a mask to actually embody another spirit the tribe would actually believe that it's not the Shaman anymore. It's actually the spirit embodying the mask that came to visit them and share wisdom or bring healing. So that was really powerful to me. like aspects Farhan Akhtar minor the mall ok but you thing call draw no I felt like there endless possibilities for me created make in when some eye mask work here you we have unicorn I tried to you on get a little bit of a filigree design one for start again mapmaking I really study who have been making math have house this is on the map getting recently kinda did this happen watch one work me at Metro little bit school he worked think with my buddy you love for you doing Alba CAS friend government be portable wall hanging got some crystal that I have had a clear resin a cover the head that are meant to be little-known like get around so it's kinda like a night light wall hanging I had played with the idea of putting a diagram behind I you look good I windows max we will see the wearable but I kinda consider them wearable art close to the year they're gonna hang on your wall then you can hold out for Myers trying to make a mask this just gonna go in the closet to the challenge life first animal making what can I get away with it one piece mall only under speaks volumes for saw when 31 rubber the your PC revenue the new in the beginning when I was kinda doing this at the glorified hobby in a way no work like rightly know you other work during the day you know what on my mind so much to try to sell it company and I think finally when I decided to go all in jumping full be I feel like everything out doing really went because necessity have to make so if questions innovate and grow and in that sense it it is a double-edged sword because I've taken on commission the things that maybe I wouldn't necessarily define myself but to expand my portfolio showed a can work with other can take job but I think that is an important part the viable people work really talking a lot about surrendering the whole what I at my future bring collapse I remember seeing that how you post and I didn't want to to break into something with then when school some form just looks like Mike Dada Life well made in the contest at some point that I'm gonna want to enter and challenge myself now came up it just felt like that that battled it's my first school sure the whole body really excited about getting shot I kinda remember back some 34 but wat finally setting up dynamics figures better and 30 armature technical data and and I slept for locked out a whole bunch time one 10 public and be hour I didn't really starred get ahead shop direct it was just have that mess hailed something landed and I was also thinking guys were taking eco down head guys but maybe they would appreciate working from a cat life and out really happy with how it came out thankful that I got picked and 13 thank you that if I am going to make anything out you know larger than myself just built in my garage there's a lot of surrender love trust all looking back now I easier to trust we have these amazing special working on it but it's not always Halle I'm gonna be involved project where media I don't think people have the chops gotta really trust going you want something by larger audience be involved larger family hard really work in their hands but also hard looking for someone like me who so you doing on my own I have a control conflict about only one really effort concept casting painting every every at so it broke the open lot way by myself working from a whole different mindset now right go social house it its gonna going other hand how I better unique just finished a project with a big NBC show me on the stuff really fast getting Creek feedback changes on a dime I think this working I'd really humble player a lot more thing really I think the hardest aspect that otherwise working with in with YouTube videos Adobe everyone involved absolute team that come together like america main well bang-up job you the name really quick to being a chef which is whatever work takes a special kinda crazy show spend all that time in the kitchen within the hierarchy kinda have to be the only thing thinking making money have to you you have to be stuffed this the only thing my face me on make terrible me I mean a home at beginning backing all about not being afraid make terrible everything and be perfect rather of lots and lots and share it I would say to anyone lots your very best share it it'll find by 0 0


  1. ^ "Emmy Award Past Winners". Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. 2008. Archived from the original on 16 December 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-20.
  2. ^ "2008 Writers Guild Awards Television & Radio Nominees Announced". WGA. 2007. Archived from the original on 19 December 2007. Retrieved 2007-12-13.
  3. ^ Perry, Byron (2007-12-12). "WGA announce TV, radio nominees". Variety. Archived from the original on 2007-12-18. Retrieved 2007-12-13.
  4. ^ "HBO tops WGA awards list with five noms". The Hollywood Reporter. 2007. Archived from the original on 2008-07-06. Retrieved 2007-12-13.
  5. ^ Schleier, Curt (October 6, 2016). "I'm Not a Jewish Doctor But I Play One on 'Chicago Med". The Jewish Daily Forward. Both my parents were MDs in Los Angeles. It was a very secular Jewish family, but they had friends who were very religious, orthodox and I always found that interesting, the intersection of very devout Jewish observance with medicine.

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