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Bill Lawrence (1968)

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William Van Duzer Lawrence IV is an American screenwriter, producer, and director best known as the creator of Scrubs and co-creator of Cougar Town. Lawrence is married to the actress Christa Miller whom he cast in both television series; they have three children together. He has also co-created Spin City, of which he wrote several episodes, and Clone High, which ran for 13 episodes. He has written for many other shows including Friends, The Nanny, and Boy Meets World.


After graduating from the College of William & Mary where he studied English and also was a member of Kappa Alpha Order, Lawrence wrote for hit shows including Friends, Boy Meets World, and The Nanny and produced the animated series Clone High. He also served as the creator of the sitcom Spin City and Scrubs. He is now currently the co-creator, executive producer, writer and director of ABC's current comedy Cougar Town. He is also one of the producers of the rejected television pilot Nobody's Watching. In 2006-07 he was prepping the film Fletch Won , but after Scrubs star Zach Braff dropped out, Bill Lawrence dropped out as well.

Bill Lawrence has a small role playing himself in It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie in a scene with Miss Piggy along with several members of the Scrubs cast.

Bill has appeared in four episodes of Scrubs. He first appeared as an extra in the episode "My Missed Perception" at the end as one of the staff. Then in season 6 as another extra in the coffee shop in "Their Story", then as an offbeat justice of the peace in "My Soul On Fire ". His final appearance comes at the end of "My Finale" as the janitor outside Sacred Heart that tears down the "Goodbye J.D." sign as J.D. is leaving.

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