(Executive Producer) Ken Estin began his career as a television writer in 1978 with a bang when his first professional script, a "Taxi" episode he wrote as a "freelancer," won him a Writers Guild Award. He went on to become a staff writer and eventually producer of "Taxi" before he was 30 years old. Now as a married man with children, he finds the motivation for his work has shifted a bit, "I created this show to give adults and children intelligent entertainment that they can enjoy together," says Estin.
Estin won his first Emmy for "Taxi" and soon after that he became a writer and producer on "Cheers." As co-creator of "The Tracey Ullman Show," he won an additional Emmy and later became co-executive producer on that series. This lead to a partnership with Matt Groening and the development of the original "The Simpsons" as a part of "The Tracey Ullman Show." With 15 years in prime time television and twelve Emmy nominations, Estin enters production on "Minor Adjustments" with Witt-Thomas Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television.
Estin has just completed two screenplays for Scott Rudin Productions and Paramount Studios, for whom he wrote the final script of Eddie Murphy's "Beverly Hills Cop."