Chuck Lorre is an American multitalented artist who quickly gained massive popularity with his several sitcoms in the 1990s such as Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, and Mom. He works as a television writer, film producer, director and composer. Throughout his career, Chuck has won several glorious awards and nominations. Most noticeably, he has won 4 BMI Television Music Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Award in Television
Chuck Lorre was born into an ordinary family in New York. His father, Robert used to run a business but did not succeed. Therefore, during Chuck’s childhood, his family experienced many financial hardships. He attended a university at Potsdam for 2 years but later dropped out to pursue his dream of becoming a composer. Lorre used to cooperate with singer Deborah Harry in her album Rockbird in 1986. Two years later, he began his career as a television writer with the show Roseanne
Chuck has been married twice. In 1979, he got married to his first wife,
Paula Smithand finally divorced in 1992 after having 2 children together. In 2000, he decided to tie the knot with actress Karen Witter. The couple divorced after 2010 after living under the same roof for 10 years.