|Born||7 June 1960|
|Role||Exec Producer, Writer, Co-Creator|
Bill Prady is a creator of The Big Bang Theory and a writer & producer. He worked as a computer programmer and a RadioShack salesman before becoming a writer on shows such as Dharma & Greg.
He ran for the post of Governor of California.
From an interview by John Jurgensen:
Much of the grist for "Big Bang" came from Mr. Prady. Though a veteran producer of shows such as "Gilmore Girls" and "Dharma & Greg," he's also a former RadioShack salesman and computer programmer who stumbled into the television business after selling his share of a software company in 1983. For "Big Bang," he drew inspiration from his own awkward episodes and the quirks of his programming buddies, piquing Mr. Lorre's interest with real characters like the math whiz who struggled to compute a restaurant tip because of too many variables in the service.
Episodes written by Bill Prady.