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Gabe Sachs

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Gabe Sachs

Gabe Sachs, American television producer, has been a writer/producer with writing/producing partner Jeff Judah for a number of primetime television shows and movies including Freaks & Geeks, Just Shoot Me, Undeclared, Life As We Know It, 90210 What About Brian and currently the NBC/Sony hit series The Nights Shift. Sachs & Judah were also writers on the hit movies Diary Of A Wimpy Kid and Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules.

Life and career

Sachs went to New York, got some friends together, and borrowed better equipment. The result was Street Match, a pilot entirely made on spec, which ABC picked up as a summer series. Soon after, Sachs shot his next show Pranks where he met his current writing/producing partner Jeff Judah. They wrote the pilot Damian Cromwell's Postcards From America under a deal at HBO and soon after Sachs & Judah was formed.

Sachs and Judah have been writing, producing and show-running for the past 18 years.

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