Bob Daily '82 met with CAMS students on Saturday morning, October 19, to share his experiences as a television writer and producer working in Hollywood. Bob offered insight into how he got started in Hollywood, how to find an agent, networking with other Carleton alums, and practical advice on how to transition from Carleton to a career in television production. An English major at Carleton, Bob is currently developing a new television series for CBS. He recently ended a six-year stint as executive producer and head writer for the hit ABC series Desperate Housewives, where he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. He also spent five seasons as a writer and producer at NBC’s Frasier, writing fifteen episodes (one of which was included in the book The Very Best of Frasier). At Frasier he won two consecutive Writers Guild of America Awards in the category of "Outstanding Script - Television Comedy," and was nominated for an Emmy. Bob began his career as a journalist in Chicago, and has published six books for children. His biography Elvis Presley was named one of the year’s best books for young readers by the New York Public Library.