Veteran TV Producer Cindy Chupack Signs With UTA and Lighthouse Management (Exclusive)
Her credits include 'Sex and the City,' 'Divorce' and 'I’m Dying Up Here.'
Veteran television producer Cindy Chupack has signed with UTA and Lighthouse Management & Media, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
Chupack won an Emmy for outstanding comedy series in 2001 as an executive producer of HBO’s Sex and the City and another in 2012 for co-executive producing ABC’s Modern Family. She currently serves as a co-executive producer on Showtime’s I’m Dying Up Here. Her other credits include consulting producer on season one of HBO’s Divorce, co-executive producer on CBS’ Everybody Loves Raymond and creating and executive producing the 2011 NBC comedy Love Bites.
Next year, Netflix will premiere Chupack’s feature directorial debut, Otherhood, an empty-nest motherhood comedy that she wrote and which is being produced by Welle Entertainment’s Cathy Schulman. Chupack also is writing co-creators Shari Springer-Berman and Robert Pulcini’s TV Land pilot Rookie for Working Title and NBC International.
As an author, the Tulsa native’s books include the 2004 New York Times best-seller The Between Boyfriends Book: A Collection of Cautiously Hopeful Essays and the 2014 comedic memoir The Longest Date: Life as a Wife.
Chupack continues to be repped by attorney Wendy Kirk at Ziffren Brittenham.