Tom Schiller

Tom Schiller, is an American writer best known for his eleven-year stint writing and directing short films for Saturday Night Live (following the show's original short film makers Albert Brooks and Gary Weis . His films, often featuring members of the original SNL cast, aired on the program in a segment titled, "Schiller's Reel." He is the son of former TV comedy writer/producer Bob Schiller.

Tom Schiller was part of the original 1975 writing team when Saturday Night Live debuted on NBC. Notable films included the Federico Fellini send-up "La Dolce Gilda" and "Don't Look Back in Anger"...

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