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John J. Strauss

John J. Strauss
Born (1957-11-08) November 8, 1957
Occupation Producer and writer
Years active 1989–present

John J. Strauss is an American producer and writer of film and television.

He has written and produced for the television series Boy Meets World, Me and the Boys and Odd Man Out.

Since 1998, Strauss has mainly focused on films, co-writing the screenplays for There's Something About Mary (1998),[1] Head Over Heels (2001), The Santa Clause 2,[2] The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003), Rebound (2005), The Wild (2006),[3] The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), You Again (2010).[4] and Free Birds (2013).

He frequently collaborates with fellow producer and writer Ed Decter.

References

  1. ^ profile at AFI.comThere's Something About Mary
  2. ^ reviewThe Santa Clause 2 by Roger Ebert
  3. ^ John J. Strauss at Film.com
  4. ^ at traileraddict.comYou AgainJohn J. Strauss video interview for

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