Joshua Sternin (aka Aaron Rubicon) is a two-time Emmy-nominated (and two-time Watty-winning) comedy writer whose career spans more than two decades. His credits include some of the most beloved sitcoms in American television (THE SIMPSONS, THAT '70s SHOW, 3rd ROCK FROM THE SUN, MURPHY BROWN). Most recently, he is credited as the co-creator of THE REAL O'NEALS on ABC.
He would be remiss, however, if he failed to mention that his credits also include some truly terrible sitcoms. Oh, and some truly unwatchable movies, too.
(But let's stay focused on the positive, shall we?)
As a respite from the soul-crushing capriciousness of show biz, he has reunited with his first love: prose. Where the words are everything. Where he can connect directly with his audience. Where no one corners him at craft services to tell him about the healing powers of crystals or the wonders of Scientology.
In those rare moments when he is not writing, Joshua Sternin spends his time raising his wonderful daughters, studying the martial arts (to deal with the boys who want to date his wonderful daughters), enjoying wine with his lovely wife and referring to himself in the third person.
- Los Angeles, CA
- JoinedMarch 15, 2014
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