An accomplished writer, producer and director, Peter Tolan is probably best-known as co-creator of TV shows "The Job" and "Rescue Me", and co-writer of "Analyze This", and its sequel, "Analyze That". He started his career on the writing staff of television sitcoms and then became a writer and producer on HBO’s "The Larry Sanders Show". From there, Tolan made his foray into movies with the screenplays for "My Fellow Americans", "Bedazzled", and "America’s Sweethearts". In this candid interview, hear all about his tales of procrastination, writing movies in 5 days and why he says he would have a great career if it weren’t for… himself. This video is an excerpt from the full interview, available on DVD at TheDialogueSeries.com .
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