| James and|| Producer|
| Rita Rocks, Situation: Comedy, Pauly|
Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Comedy
Richard Ruccolo, Kelly Gould, Nicole Sullivan, Natalie Dreyfuss, Tisha Campbell‑Martin
James Berg Wikipedia
James Berg is an American television producer and writer. He has written for many television series including The Golden Girls, Roseanne and Gilmore Girls and the 1996 feature film A Very Brady Sequel. He has frequently collaborated with fellow producer and writer Stan Zimmerman. Berg and Zimmerman were also the creators and executive producers of the sitcom, Rita Rocks, starring Nicole Sullivan and Tisha Campbell-Martin which ran on Lifetime Television.
Berg and Zimmerman received two WGA nominations - one for The Golden Girls, "Rose's Mother" and one for the lesbian kiss episode of Roseanne, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell".
His other television writing credits include Brothers, Just Our Luck, George Burns Comedy Week, Hooperman, Something Wilder, Fame, and Wanda at Large.
He is openly gay.