Marshall Karp, an advertising executive who wrote commercials for Coca-Cola, Stroeh's Beer, Gillette, and who created the classic "Thank You, Paine Webber" campaign, left a career of interrupting televisions shows to write for them. In 1987, he created, wrote and produced "Everything's Relative," a CBS comedy starring Jason Alexander as a neurotic New Yorker looking for love in all the wrong places.
Karp moved on to become writer / producer for the NBC hit, "Amen," then served as writer / co-executive producer for ABC's "Baby Talk," starring George Clooney, and NBC's "Working it Out," starring Jane Curtin. His play "Squabbles" has been produced in several languages in 500 theaters worldwide. "Just Looking" is his first screenplay.
Karp is the recipient of numerous awards for creativity in advertising,
including 5 Clios, 4 One Club Gold Awards, a Cannes Film Festival Lion and
The Icon Award for Interactive. More biographical details can be found at