Mark Reisman

Creator, Showrunner and Executive Producer: Sydney to the Max
Emmy® Award-nominated producer Mark Reisman is creator, showrunner, writer and executive producer of Disney Channel's daughter/father comedy "Sydney to the Max," now in its third season. Set in the present day with flashbacks to the 1990s, the series revolves around outgoing middle schooler Sydney Reynolds who lives with her single dad Max, in the house he grew up in, along with her free-spirited grandmother Judy. As Sydney navigates becoming a teenager alongside her bestie Olive, Max's flashbacks of his childhood with his best friend Leo parallel her adventures. Reisman has written for "Saturday Night Live" and executive produced NBC's "Wings," as well as the critically acclaimed hit series "Frasier," for which he received two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series. A prolific writer and producer, he created and executive produced TV Land's popular show "The Exes," starring Donald Faison, Kristen Johnston, Wayne Knight and David Alan Basche for four seasons. He also created and executive produced the NBC sitcom "In-Laws," starring Dennis Farina and Jean Smart, as well as and Fox's "Quintuplets," starring Andy Richter. Originally from New York, Reisman graduated from Boston University. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Gail, and two children, Max and Hannah.