Michael Jacobs

Michael Jacobs is a writer/producer who co-created the series Dinosaurs. He also served as executive producer and wrote two episodes during its first season.

His production company Michael Jacobs Productions, which co-produced the show, also produced My Two Dads (with Paul Reiser, 1987), Boy Meets World (1993), and Lost at Home (with Gregory Hines, 2003). Christopher Meloni starred on Jacobs' short-lived series Misery Loves Company (1995).

Jacobs also wrote two Broadway plays, Cheaters (with Doris Roberts) and Impressionism (with Jeremy Irons) and was a producer on the 1994 film Quiz Show (with Paul Scofield).

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