|American Crime Story||2016 2015 - 2016||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Man on the Moon||1999||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|That Darn Cat||1997||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Problem Child 2||1991||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The People vs. Larry Flynt||1996||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Problem Child 3: Junior in Love||1995 1994 - 1995||Characters as Source Material||n/a||1|
|Agent Cody Banks||2003||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Problem Child 2||1991||Characters as Source Material||n/a||1|
|Sold first screenplay co-written with Scott Alexander, "Homewreckers"; never produced|
|Had first critical success with "Ed Wood"; co-written with Alexander|
|Worked as a film critic for a local NBC affiliate|
|First produced screenplay written with Scott Alexander, "Problem Child"|
|Met future partner Scott Alexander while at USC|
|Raised in Indiana|
|Pair reteamed with Forman to script biopic of Andy Kaufman "Man on the Moon"|
|With Alexander, adapted a Stephen King short story called "1408"|
|Won critical and popular acclaim with the controversial "The People vs. Larry Flynt", directed by Milos Forman; co-penned with Alexander|
|With Alexander, made co-directorial debut with "Screwed", also co-scripted (released theatrically in 2000)|
|Wrote for the local TV show "Beyond Our Control"|
|Co-wrote the teen adventure, "Agent Cody Banks"|
|University of Southern California|
|"I give Scott sex appeal, and besides, I do everything he does except backwards and in heels." --Larry Karaszewski, quoted in MOVIELINE, November 1996|
|"'Twister' started a whole new era where the story and characters are totally unimportant. I feel the screenwriter's job is now similar to being a theme park ride operator. . . In most films billed as comedies today, there aren't any jokes. They're just friendly, smile movies, not laugh movies. I don't understand what warm and fuzzy has to do with comedy. We don't confuse comedy with lightness." --Larry Karaszewski to MOVIELINE, November 1996|
|"True stories permit you to break the cookie-cutter mold. No executive can say, 'can't Ed Wood make a couple of good movies?' There's also a lot less fear of being fired, since we're the ones with the information." --Larry Karaszewski, quoted in THE LOS ANGELES TIMES, January 15, 1997|
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