- Penned several produced plays, including Faith, The Sun Dialogues and The Things You Don't Know, before moving into TV.
- Was a member of the faculty at the University of Southern California’s Graduate Screenwriting Program in the late 1990s.
- Made his screenwriting debut in 2000, co-authoring the Showtime biopic Rated X, which starred siblings Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez.
- Created and executive produced the CBS law drama The Guardian (2001-04), which was set in his native Pittsburgh, and employed his brother, lawyer Scott Hollander, as a technical consultant.
- Returned to television work in 2007, writing and executive producing the TNT medical drama Heartland, starring Treat Williams.
- 2016, Emmy — Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series: Nominee
- Scott Hollander — Brother
- Thomas Hollander — Father
- Edith Hollander — Grandmother
- Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (1990)
- Birth Place: Not Available
- Profession: Screenwriter, Director, Producer, Playwright
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