Chuck Lorre, the prolific comedy producer best known for “The Big Bang Theory,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Mike and Molly” and “Mom,” is prepping a Colorado-set marijuana comedy, The Hollywood Reporter posted today.Co-written by Lorre and David Javerbaum (“The Daily Show”), the spec script for the as-yet-untitled half-hour is set at a legal marijuana dispensary in Colorado, THR reported. “Pot comedies have been in high demand across broadcast, cable, premium and streaming outlets,” the magazine noted.
During his two years at college he "majored in rock 'n' roll and pot and minored in LSD". My mother, never a fan of my father's family, had an unfortunate habit of using Levine as a stinging insult. " So, for as far back as I can remember, every time I heard my last name I would experience acute feelings of low self-esteem. It didn't occur to me that in England my new name translated into Chuck Truck. Did I abandon my father's name only to unconsciously name myself after a place associated with my mother's abandonment of me?
He also admits to drinking heavily in his past, telling EW that he "led a dissolute youth until 47". When displeased with me, she would often say/shriek, "You know what you are? My first wife was the one who suggested I change my name to remedy the situation. But most interestingly, I had completely forgotten that when I was around eight years old my father's business began to fail, forcing my mother to find work in a clothing store called... Or, even creepier, did my ex-wife somehow know all this and propose the name Lorre just to screw with me? I was a no good, rotten husband so I certainly had it coming.
He has created a number of successful sitcoms such as Grace Under Fire, Cybill, Dharma & Greg, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Mike & Molly, and Mom.
He also served as an executive producer of Roseanne.