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Student Q&A with Emmy Award winner Mike Royce '86

Contributed by April Johanns on 04/06/21 

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The Park School invites all students to an interactive Q&A with Emmy Award winner Mike Royce ’86 best known for his work as executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond and One Day at a Time.

Wednesday, April 7
8:00 pm EST

Register here!


Originally from Syracuse, New York, Royce is an Ithaca College class of 1986 alumni, where he studied Cinema and Photography. Royce was among the first recipients of the early Pendleton Grant.  After graduating, Royce worked in New York City as a stand up comedian. He was also a warm up comedian for television shows, including The Maury Povich Show, Viva Variety, and Spin City. He was later hired to write an episode of Spin City. Royce then worked as a staff writer on the Emmy Award winning Everybody Loves Raymond, where he worked his way up to the role of executive producer for the last two seasons. His other credits include Luckie Louie, Men of a Certain Age, 1600 Penn, and Enlisted. Most recently, Royce worked as an executive producer and showrunner on the One Day at a Time reboot. 

This special event directly follows the Park School celebration of the 25th anniversary of James B. Pendleton’s $17,000,000 endowment to the Roy H. Park School of Communications and all that Jimmy Pendleton has done for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the Park School of Communications.  


Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact April Johanns at or (607) 274-1789. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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