Charlie Rubin is an American television comedy writer. He has written for The Jon Stewart Show, Seinfeld, and Saturday Night Live. He is also a professor at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film & Television in the Rita & Burton Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing, where he teaches writing for television.
Rubin produced and co-produced 44 episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent between 2006 and 2008. He married writer Susan Shapiro on July 27, 1996.
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