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Kevin Healey and Scott Hallock has created, written and produced an incredibly diverse array of shows including Syfy’s Megahit Scare Tactics, the new FOX comedy reality show Mobbed, Animal Planet’s Freak Encounters, NBC’s 25 Million Dollar Hoax, SPY TV, World’s Most Amazing Videos and You Asked for It; ABC’s The Big Moment; FOX’s World’s Dumbest Drivers, Oxygen’s Breaking Up With Shannen Doherty; Comedy Central’s Emmy Award-Winning Win Ben Stein’s Money; Nickelodeon’s critically-acclaimed animation series, CatDog and the DreamWorks animation series Toonsylvania. Kevin hails from the sleepy backwater town of Boston but now splits his time between Los Angeles and his new hometown away from home, Toronto. He attended The University of Massachusetts and Emerson College, earning a degree in Communication and Broadcasting. After graduation, his broadcasting career began with positions ranging from Morning D.J, to TV weatherman, to sports reporter, to stand-up comic, to writer for performers like Jay Leno and Dennis Miller, to improvisational troupe leader, and head writer of a national comedy publication. Scott hails from the fertile hills and valleys of Washington State. He got a degree in Broadcasting from Washington State University where he worked for four years and some 130 episodes as a writer/producer/performer on a half-hour, live sketch comedy TV show called Live at Eight. With Hallock as producer, Live at Eight won its one and only national college Emmy. Fresh out of college, Hallock landed a job as a writer/producer for Fred Roggin’s nationally syndicated series Roggin’s Heroes. Scott was also a staff writer for the Disney Channel’s Mickey Mouse Club and may have been somewhat responsible for getting Justin and Britney together.