began his career as a writer on Late Night With David Letterman
, where he shared an Emmy Award in 1987 and several Emmy nominations in the following years for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program. Resnick's success and acclaim continued when The Larry Sanders Show, on which he was an executive producer and writer, was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Resnick was also a writer-producer for the cult sitcom Get A Life, which he created with writer-performer Chris Elliott (with whom he worked at Late Night With David Letterman). He and Elliott re-teamed for the feature comedy Cabin Boy, which Resnick co-wrote and directed. He also created, executive produced and wrote for the quirky HBO series The High Life. Resnick lives in New York City.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
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