Jay Moriarty wrote and produced some of the most beloved and revered half-hour comedies in television history including: The Jeffersons, All in the Family, Good Times, Maude, What’s Happening Now!!, Dear John, The Royal Family, Here and Now, Cosby, and Los Beltran. And he’s developed and written pilots for networks and studios including CBS, NBC, ABC, Warner Bros., Columbia, and Paramount.

Jay’s recent memoir, Honky in the House: Writing & Producing The Jeffersons, sneaks the reader behind the scenes of this classic series for a close-up look at how sitcom sausage is made.

Jay and his writing partner, Mike Milligan, sold their first freelance script to Norman Lear’s Good Times and were hired on staff at The Jeffersons where they began movin’ on up from Writers to Producers to Showrunners.

Most recently, Jay published Deadeye, a cowboy comedy novel with heart offering a tip of the Stetson to Don Quixote.

Jay created and continues to develop the classic Sherlock Holmes board game 221 B Baker Street, which has sold over 3 million copies in nine different countries.

Jay served for 11 years as an Adjunct Professor in the Writing Division of the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.