Brothers John and Dave Chernin got their start in television as writers for the successful comedy It's Always Sunny on Philadelphia (FXX). The show is based on the concept of a group of friends living in a city where crime is commonplace and the police do nothing to stop it. They have no ambition other than to drink, party, and cause trouble for themselves and others.
After the success of Sunny, the Chernins continued to write and produce other popular shows including Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Master Of None before launching their own production company, Chernin Productions, in 2016.
In addition to writing for television, the Chernins also write songs for some of their favorite actors' characters. These songs are called "nose songs" because they're recorded directly into the actor's microphone while they're sleeping. Some of the characters that these songs have been written for include Mickey Mouse, Spider-Man, Harry Potter, and Ronald McDonald.
The Chernins have said that they write songs for actors they admire so that they can continue to bring these characters to life even after they've stopped working on it specific project. They believe that music is a great way to connect with fans and keep certain characters alive after they've played their last scene or finished shooting their series episode.
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Neil Fitzmaurice, Peter Kay, and Dave Spikey wrote the program. The sitcom stars all three authors, with Kay also directing the second season. Toni Baker and Peter Kay composed all of the music. Paddy McGuinness contributed additional content.
John Payne was also a television success story. He starred in the western The Restless Gun. It was a television show that aired on NBC from 1957 to 1959. Vint Bonner, a lone cowboy and former Confederate soldier, was played by Payne. Each week for 30 episodes, viewers would follow Vint as he tracked down criminals who had escaped from the local jail. During this time, Payne also appeared in other television shows including The Life of Riley, General Electric Theater, and The Twilight Zone.
He died in 1959 at the age of 44.
Irwin, Tom The Breakfast Show Fred Micklen, as portrayed by Fred Micklethwait, is a lazy man who loves breakfast. He also has a bad temper and can be rather rude at times.
He first appeared in the comic strip on 4 February 1992. Micklethwait took over from John McCrea as artist and writer of the character.
Micklethwait said about his character: "I just try to write him as believable as possible. I don't want to make him too perfect - we all have flaws - but I do like to think that people will find it easy to relate to him."
Fred was originally meant to only appear in two strips, but since then has continued to feature regularly in the comic strip.
Micklethwait left the comic strip in 1994 after five years to focus on other projects. He was replaced by Chris Ware for one year before Bill Griffith started writing the series again in 1997.
Since then, Fred has become one of the main characters in the comic strip, appearing almost every week.
Nikita "Nikki" Singh is the titular character and, after Sunny, the second-youngest of the Singh siblings. Anannya Kolvankar portrays her. She was born on January 4th, 1987 in Mumbai, India.
She started acting at a very young age and has appeared in several television shows and films. Her debut film was 2008's Best of Luck, Nikki! which also turned out to be her last film before she left show business to pursue other interests.
Nikita's father is an Indian doctor while her mother is British. She has two older brothers named Sunny and Navin and one younger sister named Anjali. The family lives in Mumbai (then known as Bombay), India. They are a very wealthy family who owns a large construction company called Singh Enterprises.
In the beginning of 2007, when Nikita was only nine years old, her parents sent her to England to live with her aunt Zoya because they wanted her to get educated there. It was there that she discovered her passion for dancing and decided to become a professional dancer like her brother Sunny. In August of the same year, her aunt died in a car accident and left Nikita and her cousin Aashirwaad without any support. This is where the story starts to take a twisty turnery turn...
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