Ed is an Emmy winning writer and a creator, performer, producer and development exec.
You may have seen him on or run into him in the hallways of: The Sopranos, Hot in Cleveland, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Just Shoot Me, Ellen, Dr. Katz, Conan, Whose Line is it Anyway, Dancing with The Stars, Win Ben Stein's Money, The MTV Movie and Video Awards, Waiting For Woody, Fired, Antz, a critically acclaimed solo show "I'm Not Perfect" and host of radio shows and podcasts in LA and San Francisco.
Recently, Ed has worked with Judd Apatow on the HBO series “Crashing” and working in digital media, helping to run two LA startup companies.
He has worked on a wide variety of shows and talent as diverse as “The Numbers Game” for Nat Geo, “Oh Sit” for The CW, “My Man Can with Mario Lopez” for WETV, "After Lately" with Chelsea Handler and with Ryan Seacrest to create an original daily syndicated entertainment report.
Ed has hosted on Television, Radio and is a speaker at Live Events. He does a weekly talk/variety show uniting self help experts and entertainers called The Self Help Comedy Hour on Dash Radio. He is also the co-creator of the sitcom "The Writers Room" for Sony. He served as VP of Comedy at Fremantle Media in LA where he created “The Instant Comedy Project” which is a production think-tank.
Currently, Ed is writing “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Being Happy” about how funny people deal with real life issues and “Honey I Have No Time To Breathe”, a kid’s book for adults.
Mr. Crasnick's mission is to live free and happy, help others and get his hair back.