Lee Aronsohn (born December 15, 1952) is an American television producer and writer. He was a consulting producer for the unaired pilot of The Big Bang Theory. After the broadcast of the series, he again served as a consulting producer and soon became an executive producer and writer of the show.
In 2003, he co-created the sitcom Two and a Half Men with Chuck Lorre, served as an executive producer and wrote the original music for the series. He has directed four episodes of "Two and a Half Men".
He has written a number of episodes for some very successful sitcoms, such as The Love Boat, Who's the Boss?, Murphy Brown, Grace Under Fire, Cybill and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
- Lee Aronsohn on Wikipedia