Sheldon Bull has earned Elephant Bucks as a highly successful TV writer and producer for thirty years.

He has held positions from Story Editor to Executive Producer on eleven different prime time network situation comedies, working with and writing for stars like Bill Cosby, Alan Alda, Danny DeVito, Bob Newhart, Henry Winkler, Craig T. Nelson, Loni Anderson, Betty White, and Melissa Joan Hart.

Sheldon has produced a string of hit series including Newhart, A Different World, Coach, and Sabrina – The Teenage Witch.

He lives in the Los Angeles area.




Thirty years as a television and motion picture writer, producer, and director.

ABC-TV, Universal Television – Co-Executive Producer, 1988-91

CBS-TV, MTM Productions – Developed series, Producer, 1982-84
(Two Emmy nominations, as Producer, for Outstanding Comedy Series)

“Sabrina, the Teenage Witch”
ABC-TV, Viacom Productions – Writer, Consulting Producer, Co-Executive Producer, Director, 1996-2000

CBS-TV, Twentieth Century-Fox Television – freelance writer, two episodes, 1979-80

“A Different World”
NBC-TV, Carsey-Werner Productions – Co-Executive Producer (Show Runner) 1987

“Easy Street”
NBC-TV, Viacom Productions – Co-Executive Producer (Show Runner) 1986

“Air Goldberg”
Tri-Star Pictures. Co-writer with Hoyt Hilsman (Feature Film script) 1995

“Father and Scout”
ABC Disney Family Movie, New Line Television – Co-writer with Hoyt Hilsman (TV Movie) 1994

“Manhattan, N.C.”
CBS-TV, Twentieth Century-Fox Television – Creator and Executive Producer (One-hour dramatic series pilot) 2002

Writer, story editor, executive story editor, producer and/or consultant for: “The McLean Stevenson Show” 1976, “Fish” 1977, “The Betty White Show” 1977, “Angie” 1978-79, “It’s A Living” 1980-82, “Coming of Age” 1988