Chuck Lorre

Television writer, producer and director

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TV writer/producer/showrunner Chuck Lorre is the creator of The Big Bang Theory, Disjointed, Young Sheldon and many other TV shows.

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In the new Netflix sitcom  Disjointed , Kathy Bates plays the namesake of Ruth’s Alternative Caring, a marijuana dispensary she owns and runs with her son Travis, played by Aaron…

Chuck Lorre on 'Disjointed' and 'Young Sheldon'

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