How To Show Biz with Bob Daily '82
(Or, how to elbow your way in, get noticed, land a job, and build a career in Hollywood)
Bob Daily ’82, “Screenwriter-in-Residence” and CAMS visiting professor, offers insider tips and practical advice on how to land your first job in the entertainment industry; find internships, fellowships, and an apartment; and develop the skills and personality traits needed to survive in Hollywood.
Bob Daily is an award-winning writer and producer, a veteran of more than a dozen television series. He’s currently an Executive Producer on the critically acclaimed ABC/Hulu series “The Wonder Years,” which won the 2021 Peabody Award and was nominated for a 2023 NAACP Image Award. Daily started his career on “Frasier,” where he won back-to-back Writers Guild Awards in the category of Outstanding Script: Television Comedy. From 2006 to 2012, he was Executive Producer, and eventually showrunner, on ABC’s Emmy-winning “Desperate Housewives.” He also created the CBS series “Superior Donuts.” He’s a 1982 graduate of Carleton.