Having written or produced more than 120 hours of television, Joseph Mallozzi has had a stellar career. We talk to him about the relative comfort of working on one show for more than ten years, his impatience when he isn't on a show and the importance of working with great people.
He talks about the frustration of working on a difficult show, with impossible deadlines and budgets and managing the absurdity of the situation. And what he learned from that for when he next ran a room.
Joseph explains the relative strength of a writer's position in tv and features and why he has been so happy working in the TV business. He talks about enjoying working away from LA in Toronto and shares some of the highlights, and lowlights, of his career.
An illuminating and in-depth discussion with an industry veteran.