William Lucas Walker

Television writer/producer; dad

William Lucas Walker is an Emmy Award-winning writer and producer whose television credits include the classics "Frasier," "Will & Grace" and "Roseanne," voted three of television's best written series by the Writers Guild of America. He also co-created the critically-acclaimed one-hour Showtime comedy series The Chris Isaak Show. Bill and his husband Kelly are the parents of Elizabeth and James, born in 2001 and 2005. After taking an extended hiatus from television to raise his children, Bill was invited by Arianna Huffington to document his experiences in a column for the Huffington Post. "Spilled Milk" debuted on HuffPost's front page in February 2012, as the first humor column by an LGBT parent to appear in a major national publication. Its popularity and wide range of topics on politics and family have earned it Featured Blog status in such diverse HuffPost sections as Politics, Comedy, Parents, Entertainment, Taste and Religion. Bill is creating a new television series for Amazon Studios. He has appeared regularly on HuffPost Live, once with the flu. He does not have a Wikipedia entry.