Ed Redlich is an Emmy-Award winner (“The Practice”) and has produced hundreds of hours of compelling television. Prior to serving as Executive Producer of “SEAL Team,” on CBS, he was the creator and Executive Producer of “Unforgettable,” which ran for three years on CBS and one year on A&E. He also served as Executive Producer for the first two seasons of “Without A Trace” and “Shark,” both on CBS. Redlich served as an Executive Producer on the beloved drama “Felicity” and a Producer on “The Practice.” He has written for “The Twilight Zone,” “The Hitchhiker,” “Jack and Jill,” and “The New Love American Style.” He won an Emmy as a Producer of “The Practice,” and his episode “Spirit of America” won a Silver Gavel Award from the American Bar Association. He also received a CableACE nomination for his “Cinema Verite” episode of the series “Strangers” for HBO.
Born and raised in Greenwich Village, Redlich was a History and Literature graduate from Harvard University. He spent most of his time at school acting, appearing in over twenty university productions, and taking time off to study at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. After college, Redlich attended New York University School of Law. He practiced corporate law in Manhattan for a year and a day, before leaving the firm to try his hand at writing.
Ed is married to Sarah Timberman, who is also an Executive Producer of “SEAL Team.” They both serve on the Board of Directors of Death Penalty Focus, a California abolitionist organization. They have two children, Noah and Zoe.