Ken Kwapis

Creator, NBC's 'Outsourced'

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Creative force behind the new NBC comedy Outsourced; television and film director (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and He's Just Not That into You; Malcolm in the Middle, The Larry Sanders Show, The Bernie Mac Show, and the American version of The Office)

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