Chuck Lorre

American television director, screenwriter, producer, composer and actor

Chuck Lorre (also known as Chuck Levine, born 18 October 1952) is an American television writer, producer and director of series including Dharma and Greg, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, Mom, Young Sheldon, Bob Hearts Abishola, B Positive, United States of Al, and How to Be a Bookie. HBO Max created the Chuck Lorre sitcoms.

Chuck Lorre in 2008


  • In no particular order, I could not or would not exist without air, food, water, gravity, tides, the moon, the sun, night, civilization, the laws of physics, the laws of thermodynamics, the law of the land, ancestors having sex, DNA, viruses, bacteria, plants, animals, oceans, ice caps, the kindness of strangers, the Big Bang, familial bonds, smart people, brave people, memory, medicine, the periodic table of elements, tribal instincts, magnetic fields, weather, Earth's molten core, a rotating Earth, a tilted Earth, tectonic plates, sleep, death, heat, consciousness, evolution, teachers and the miraculous, self-regulating chemical factory that is my body. Other than that, I like to think of myself as a self-made man.

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