I can't say never, but I doubt we will ever see the likes of a show like 'ER' again that rounds up such a huge amount of viewers who watch something at the same time'ER' writer says finale is 'end of an era' Mar 28, 2009
We're thrilled to have Stephanie back on 'SVU.' We've missed Alexandra Cabot and are anxious to see her commanding presence in the courtroom againStephanie March to return to 'SVU' Jan 09, 2009
We are thrilled that one of the most talented and versatile actors around will be starring in this powerful and complex special 200th episode. We can't imagine anyone else doing this roleRobin Williams to appear on 'SVU' Mar 20, 2008
We're shooting a show now and that's it. After that, we have nothing in the pipeline'Office,' 'Housewives' shut down Nov 07, 2007
Behind every great comic actor is dramatic talent, and Debra Messing is no exceptionMessing to guest star on 'SVU' Jan 06, 2011
Neal Baer, MD is an American pediatrician and television writer and producer. He was born in 1955.
Baer, who graduated from high school in 1973, graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science from Colorado College. Baer spent a year at the American Film Institute as a directing fellow in 1988. Baer studied for a master's degree from Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in Sociology and focused on family policy. Baer attended medical school from Harvard Medical School from 1991 to 1996. The final part of his training over-lapped with his work in television and he completed his degree by undertaking electives at UCLA and returning to Harvard during breaks in production.
Baer graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed his internship in Pediatrics at Children's Hospital, Los Angeles. He received the Jerry L. Pettis Memorial Scholarship from the American Medical Association as the most outstanding medical student who has contributed to promoting a better understanding of medicine in the media. He balanced completing his medical internship with working in television again practicing medicine in breaks in filming including working as a resident at Children's Hospital in December 1997 and March, April, and May 1998.