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Who is Warren Lieberstein?
Warren Lieberstein is an American writer and producer, best known for his work on the Academy Award-winning series ‘The Office’ as a writer and producer from 2009 until the end of the series. Warren is also known for his work on the TV series ‘Back in the Game’ (2013-2014) and ‘Hit the Road’ (2017), among other projects.
Warren Lieberstein Biography – Age, Childhood and Education
Born Warren Keith Lieberstein on September 20, 1968, in Westport, Connecticut, USA, of Jewish descent, he is the youngest child of Stanly Lieberstein and his wife Judith; his siblings are Paul Lieberstein and Susanne Daniels, who is married to Greg Daniels, screenwriter and producer. Warren attended Staples High School in Westport and took his matriculation exam in 1986.
Lieberstein started his career as an actor by making his debut in the drama film “Sleepover” in 1995, starring Michael Albanese, Evi Allen and Shannon Barry. Four years later, he made a few small appearances in the TV series ‘Hyperion Bay’ and ‘King of the Hill’, both in 1999, before launching his writing career.
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The first project he worked on as a writer was the TV series “Hype” (2000) and then he worked on two episodes of the TV series “All of Us” in 2003. He continued to work on TV series such as “Second Time Around”. in 2004, and then in 2006 on “Modern Men”.
Rise to fame
His brother Paul was one of the writers on “The Office”, and Warren joined the writing team at the end of the fifth season.
He worked on a total of seven episodes, but became the producer of the series in the sixth season of the Golden Globe Award winning series, which made him a star. He continued to contribute to other projects after “The Office” was completed, including the series “Back in the Game”, wrote one episode and produced 12, and most recently worked on the TV series “Hit the Road” (2017). During his career, Warren has collaborated with writing partner Halsted Sullivan.
Warren Lieberstein Net Worth, Height, Weight & Appearance
Warren’s hard work has increased his wealth, and according to sources, Lieberstein’s net worth is estimated to be as much as $500,000 by the start of 2020. Warren’s height and weight are unknown, though he appears to be of average size and weight. He has brown eyes and dark brown hair.
Warren Lieberstein Personal Life, Marriage, Divorce, Children
Warren has been married twice; his first wife was actress Angela Kinsey from 2000 to 2010, and they collaborated on “The Office”, with Angela starring in one of the lead roles on the show; the couple welcomed daughter Isabel Ruby in 2008.
In February 2009, Angela and Warren separated, and in June 2010, Angela filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. They have remained on good terms ever since and have both moved on – Angela is married to actor and baker Joshua Snyder, while Warren married Audrey Wauchope in 2016 and they have two children together.
Warren Lieberstein’s wife, Audrey Wauchope
Warren’s second wife Audrey is a TV director, writer, producer and actress, born in New York, USA, but her exact age is unknown as she has concealed her date of birth – some sources state that she is in her early forties.
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— Audrey Wauchope Lieberstein (@audreyalison) November 4, 2018
Career and net worth
Audrey began her career as an actress in the late 1990s with an extra role in the romantic comedy film “Let It Snow” (1999). She continued to play small roles for the next 10 years, appearing in TV series and movies such as “Ed” (2003), “The Boys & Girls Guide to Getting Down” (2006) and “Breaking Upwards” in 2009.
However, when she realized acting wasn’t for her, she joined forces with Rachel Specter and the two were hired as staff writers for the “One Tree Hill” series.
She worked on one episode and after the series ended in 2017, she came forward with a statement about Mark Schwan’s sexual harassment and allegations of misconduct, saying he harassed and touched her along with other female writers working on the show.
Audrey has since worked on several TV series both as a writer and producer, including “Cougar Town” (2013-2014), “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (2015-2019) and most recently “Indebted”, again with Rachel Specter . She also returned to acting in an episode of the TV series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”.
Sources estimate that Audrey’s net worth is around $500,000 in early 2020.
|First and last name||Warren Liberstein|
|Profession||Actor, screenwriter, television producer|
|Husband||Audrey Wauchope, Angela Kinsey|
|Children||Isabel Ruby Lieberstein|
|Parents||Stanley Lieberstein, Judith Lieberstein|
|Brothers or sisters||Paul Lieberstein, Susanne Daniels|
|Awards||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series|
|Nominations||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Comedy Series|
|1||His wife (now ex-wife), Angela Kinsey, gave birth to a girl named Isabel Ruby on May 3, 2008, weighing 6 lbs. 14 ounces.|
|2||Younger brother of Paul Lieberstein and Susanne Daniels.|
|3||His sister, Susanne Daniels, is the president of Lifetime Entertainment Services and is married to Greg Daniels.|
|4||Graduated from Staples High School in Westport, CT class of 1986.|
|Back in the game||2013-2014||Co-executive producer of the TV series – 4 episodes|
|The office||TV series producer – 29 episodes, 2009 – 2011 supervising producer – 22 episodes, 2011 – 2012 co-executive producer – 13 episodes, 2012 – 2013 consulting producer – 13 episodes, 2012 – 2013 co-producer – 11 episodes, 2009|
|Back in the game||2013||TV series written by – 1 episode|
|The office||2009-2013||TV series written by – 7 episodes|
|Carpoolers||TV series writer – 2 episodes, 2007 – 2008 teleplay – 1 episode, 2008|
|Modern men||2006||TV serials|
|Second time around||2004||TV series writer – 1 episode|
|All of us||2003||TV series writer – 2 episodes|
|The office||2011||TV serials||Rory Flenderson|
|king of the Hill||1999||TV serials|
|Hyperion Bay||1999||TV serials||Florist|
|Carpoolers||2007||TV series story editor – 1 episode|
|Second time around||2004-2005||TV series story editor – 2 episodes|
|Take Home Handyman||2007||TV serials||Himself|
|2010||Image Award||Image prices||Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series||The Office (2005)|
|2011||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Comedy Series||The Office (2005)|
|2011||WGA Award (TV)||Writers Guild of America, USA||Comedy series||The Office (2005)|
|2010||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Comedy Series||The Office (2005)|
|2010||WGA Award (TV)||Writers Guild of America, USA||Comedy series||The Office (2005)|
|2009||WGA Award (TV)||Writers Guild of America, USA||Comedy series||The Office (2005)|