Rick Cleveland is an American television monologist, dramatist, and writer. His most well-known credits include HBO’s Six Feet Under and NBC’s The West Wing.
Rick Cleveland Age and Childhood
Rick Cleveland was born on April 2, 1968, in Illinois, United States. There is no more information about his mother available. His father was a Korean War veteran who died as a result of liver disease complications. He graduated from the Playwrights Workshop at the University of Iowa. He is of English descent.
Weight and Height
Rick Cleveland stands 5’9″ tall. He is about 60 kg in weight. He has warm brown eyes and brown hair. There is no information about his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, or other body measurements.
Net Worth and Salary
Rick Cleveland’s net worth is unknown. Playwright is Rick’s main source of income. His pay is currently being reviewed, and we will provide an update as soon as we receive it. Meanwhile, according to some reports, he will have a net worth of $5 million by 2023.
In Chicago, Rick founded the American Blues Theater. Jerry and Tom, an indie crime thriller released in 1998, was written by him. In 1998, he created the Maximum Bob criminal series. The drama, based on an Elmore Leonard story, revolves around a charming judge. In 1998, he worked on an uncredited revision of the script for Meet Joe Black. Beginning with the second episode, Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc, Cleveland joined the cast of The West Wing as a co-producer. He co-wrote the episode In Excelsis Deo with series creator Aaron Sorkin.
The episode aired around the holidays and followed White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler as he tried to learn more about a homeless war veteran who died while wearing a coat Ziegler used to own. He also worked with Executive Story Editor Lawrence O’Donnell Jr. and Consultant Patrick H. Caddell on the “Enemies” story. Cleveland and The West Wing creator ‘Aaron Sorkin’ were nominated for an Emmy for Best Writing for a Drama Series for their episode ‘In Excelsis Deo’ in 2000. The episode first aired during the 1999-2000 season.
For ‘In Excelsis Deo,’ Cleveland and Sorkin also received the Writers Guild of America Award for outstanding episodic drama. Rick was a cast member on HBO’s original series Six Feet Under for all five seasons. Cleveland was a writer and producer on the first season of the show, which aired in 2001. His episode, ‘The Trip,’ was written by him. Rick was promoted to supervising producer for the second season in 2002.
Rick Cleveland: Girlfriend and Relationship
Rick Cleveland is currently dating. Rick Cleveland could be single right now. He hasn’t revealed anything about his relationship or his affairs. He would rather keep his personal life private.
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