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Bill and Cheri Steinkellner
Bill Steinkellner
Born
William Edward Steinkellner

(1949-02-05) February 5, 1949 (age 70)
OccupationScreenwriter, producer
Years active1984-present
Cheri Steinkellner
Cheri Steinkellener
Born
Cheryl Lynn Eichen

(1955-11-25) November 25, 1955 (age 64)
OccupationScreenwriter, television producer, songwriter
Years active1984-present
Bill Steinkellner

Bill Steinkellner and Cheri Steinkellner are a husband and wife screenwriting duo, known for their work on Cheers, Teacher's Pet, its film adaptation of the same name, and Bob. Bill and Cheri Steinkellner were also proposed writers of the canceled Circle 7 Animation version of Toy Story 3, but their script was rejected. They wrote the book of the musical Sister Act, for which they received a Tony Award nomination.

Personal lives

Bill and Cheri have been married since 1982[1] and together, they have three children: Emma, Kit, and Teddy.[2]

Filmography

Year Title Writer Producer Other Note
1975 Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire: A Couple of Song and Dance Men
NoN
Herself (Cheri only)
1980 Pink Lady
NoN
Bosom Buddies
NoN
Actress (Cheri only)
1981 The Pee Wee Herman Show
NoN
TV movie
1983 The Creature Wasn't Nice
NoN
Actress (Cheri only)
The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show
NoN
Deck the Halls with Wacky Walls
NoN
1984-1985 The Jeffersons
NoN
Writer, story editor (29 episodes total)
The Facts of Life
NoN
Story (2 episode)
1985 Benson
NoN
1 episode
CBS Storybreak
NoN
Actress (Cheri only)
1985-1992 Cheers
NoN
NoN
NoN
Writer, executive producer, co-executive producers, producer, executive script consultant, executive story consultant, actors (themselves)
1985-1986 Who's the Boss
NoN
Story editor, writer
1987 The Tortellis
NoN
1 episode
1989 41st Primetime Emmy Awards
NoN
Themselves
1990 The Earth Day Special
NoN
Cheers segment
1992 The Upper Hand
NoN
2 episodes
1992-1993 Bob
NoN
NoN
Creators, writers, executive producers
1995 Hope and Gloria
NoN
NoN
1999-2000 Just Shoot Me!
NoN
Consulting producer (Bill only)
2000 Emeril
NoN
Co-executive producer (Bill only)
2000-2002 Teacher's Pet
NoN
NoN
NoN
Co-creators with Gary Baseman, writers, executive producers, story editor, music and lyrics (Cheri only)
2004 Teacher's Pet
NoN
NoN
NoN
Screenwriters, executive producers, music and lyrics (Cheri only)
The Lion King 1½
NoN
Additional screenplay material (Bill only)
2009 Dorm Life
NoN
Actress (Cheri only)
The Lone Star Cowboy
NoN
Actor (Bill only; short)
2011 Cheers
NoN
Based on original episodes (3 episodes)
The Pee Wee Herman Show on Broadway
NoN
TV movie; Bill only
2012 The Soul Man
NoN
Consulting producer (4 episodes; Bill only)

Unrealized projects

Theater

Year Title Credit
2005 Princesses[5] Playwrights
2006 Sister Act

Awards and Nominations

Year Award Category Project Nominee Result
1989 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Comedy Series Cheers James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Peter Casey, David Lee, David Angell, Phoef Sutton, Tim Berry Won
1990 James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Peter Casey, David Lee, David Angell, Phoef Sutton, Tim Berry, Andy Ackerman Nominated
1991 Outstanding Informational Special Cheers - 200th Anniversary Special James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Phoef Sutton, Tim Berry, Andy Ackerman, Brian Pollack, Mert Rich, Dan O'Shannon, Tom Anderson, Larry Balmagia Nominated
Outstanding Comedy Series Cheers James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Phoef Sutton, Tim Berry, Andy Ackerman, Brian Pollack, Mert Rich, Dan O'Shannon, Tom Anderson, Larry Balmagia Won
1992 James Burrows, Glen Charles, Les Charles, Phoef Sutton, Dan O'Shannon, Tom Anderson, Tim Berry, Dan Staley, Rob Lon Nominated
2001 BAFTA Award British Academy Children's Awards - Best International Teacher's Pet Gary Baseman Won
World Animation Celebration Best Daytime Television Series Won
2002 Daytime Emmy Outstanding Special Class Animated Program Gary Baseman, Jess Winfield, Nancylee Myatt, Timothy Björklund, Don MacKinnon, Alfred Gimeno, Jamie Thomason, Julie Morgavi, David Maples, Billiam Coronel Won
2003 Gary Baseman, Jess Winfield, Don MacKinnon, Ennio Torresan, Alfred Gimeno, Julie Morgavi, David Maples, Billiam Coronel Won
2011 Tony Awards Best Book of a Musical Sister Act Nominated

References

  1. ^ "Meet Cheri Steinkellner: her life is written in plays". San Diego Jewish World. April 2, 2012. Retrieved 2019.
  2. ^ "Cheri Steinkellner". Music Theater International. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ Sampson, Mike (June 21, 2010). "A Look at the Toy Story 3 You Didn't See..." Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ Armstrong, Josh (March 5, 2012). "Bob Hilgenberg and Rob Muir on the Rise and Fall of Disney's Circle 7 Animation". Retrieved 2019.
  5. ^ "Princesses - A New Musical - Press Arena". Retrieved 2019.

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