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Jay Tarses
Born (1939-07-03) July 3, 1939 (age 82)
Alma materWilliams College
OccupationActor, producer, screenwriter
Years active1971–present

Michael Jay Tarses (born July 3, 1939) is an American television writer, producer, screenwriter, actor. He created and produced The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd and The Slap Maxwell Story, co-created Buffalo Bill (with Tom Patchett), and was an executive producer for The Bob Newhart Show.

Tarses was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Williams College in 1961.[1] He was co-creator and co-writer (with Andy Hamilton) of BBC Radio 4's situation comedy Revolting People, which was set in colonial-era Baltimore; he played the role of sour shopkeeper Samuel Oliphant to Hamilton's cheerfully corrupt British soldier Sergeant McGurk. His most notable acting role was as Coach Bobby Finstock in the 1980s teen comedy Teen Wolf (1985). He also co-starred with Jim Carrey on the sitcom The Duck Factory in 1984.[citation needed]

Personal life

Tarses and his wife, Rachel,[2] have three children: TV executive Jamie Tarses (1964-2021); TV writer Matt Tarses; and teacher and writer Mallory Tarses.[3] An emergency exit at MassMoCA is named in honor of Tarses and his wife.[4]

Selected filmography

Radio

References

[5]

  1. ^ "M. Jay Tarses, Class of 1961". Alumni Awards.
  2. ^ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/01/business/media/jamie-tarses-dead.html
  3. ^ 3
  4. ^ https://twitter.com/CultureGrrl/status/482345789981609984/photo/1
  5. ^ Wilson, Pamela. Encyclopedia of Television. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. ISBN 9781884964268.

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