Producer Loucas George began his career producing television pilots such as "Red Pepper" and "Dangerous Dan," and he also served as a producer for an Andrew Dice Clay effort called "Andrew Dice Clay Live! The Diceman Cometh. " In the 1990s, George served as producer for television movies such as "Sin and Redemption," "Ray Alexander: A Taste of Justice," and "Trade-Off." He moved toward series television in the 2000s, acting as supervising producer for the drama series "Early Edition" and then line producer for the quirky comedy "Ed," starring Tom Cavanagh. George had his biggest success with the popular late-night teen drama "The O.C.," which starred Ben McKenzie as a Russell Crowe-like brooder and Adam Brody as a likable, articulate neurotic. After that show went off the air in 2005 after four seasons, George served as producer for the crime drama "Life," which starred Damian Lewis and Adam Arkin and ran from 2007 to 2009.