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Bio

Scott Carter (Writer) has been Executive Producer/Writer for "Real Time with Bill Maher" since it debuted on HBO in 2003. He produced the first 1,100 episodes of "Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher" from its 1993 Comedy Central debut to its 1997 move to ABC. While at P.I., Carter received eight Emmy nominations and three consecutive CableAce Awards for Best Talk Series. He has served as creator, producer or writer for "Root Of All Evil With Lewis Black" (Comedy Central, 2008), "Earth To America" (TBS, 2005), "The Conspiracy Zone With Kevin Nealon" (Spike, 2002-3), "Exhale With Candice Bergen," (Oxygen, 2000-1). In 1997, Variety named him one of the 50 Creatives to Watch. In 2007, he was a co-recipient of the Producers Guild of Americas Johnny Carson Award for Real Time. A former stand up comedian, Carter has written and performed two full-length monologues, "Heavy Breathing" and "Suspension Bridge," at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Aspen Comedy Arts Festival, The Kilkenny (Ireland) Murphy's Cats Laugh Festival, the Cleveland Performance Festival, Dixon Place, Primary Stages, Manhattan Punchline, etc. He is former Producing Director and a founding member of The Invisible Theatre, now in its 42nd season in Tucson, Arizona. Carter lives in Los Angeles with his wife, interior designer Bebe Johnson, and their two daughters, Calla and Colette.

Scott Carter