Stu Kreisman served as an executive producer and screenwriter for "Night Court".
|Born:||April 16, 1953|
|Birthplace||New York City, NY, U.S.|
|Author / TV & film producer, director, & screenwriter|
|Known for:||Author of Dick Cneney's Diary|
|Involved with:||Night Court (TV series)|
|Job on series:||Executive Producer, 46 episodes, in Seasons 8-9|
- Writer, 10 episodes, Seasons 1-7 (1 teleplay)
An Emmy Award winning television writer, National Lampoon magazine contributing editor and “comedic savant,” Stu's TV production and screenwriting credits include Newhart, Madman of the People, Molloy, Cheers, its short lived spinoff. The Tortellis, the UPN Network's Homeboys from Outer Space and SCTV Network, for which he shares a Prime Time Emmy Award, won in 1981, for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program with the writing staff (including the cast members) of the series.
Stu is also the author of the novel Dick Cheney's Diary, which he began writing for an Internet site based on the notion that Cheney would keep an unofficial “Official” record of his tenure as Vice President under former President George W. Bush. In a short time the column took off and became one of the most popular features in cyberspace. 
- "Dick Cheney's Diary", by Stu Kriesman, Strategic Book Publishing, October 29, 2008 (Hardcover), 128 pages, ISBN 978-1606933558.