Bryan Joseph (1921-2008), sometimes credited as Bryan K. Joseph, was a television writer and story editor. He contributed to the script of Out to Lunch, the joint Sesame Street/The Electric Company special.
Joseph began as a copy writer in advertising, including radio commercials, and was creative director for the Los Angeles agency Anderson-McConnell. In television, he began writing for the short-lived Turn-On and then The Andy Williams Show and moved to All in the Family. He was both writer and story consultant or supervisor on Adam-12, The Jeffersons, and Operation Petticoat. Joseph wrote for The New Zoo Revue, Three's Company and Too Close for Comfort and wore several hats on The Munsters Today (producer, writer, story editor). He wrote material for several Daytime Emmy Awards broadcasts.