Joseph Staretski
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Personal Information
Born: (1948-06-22)June 22, 1948
Birthplace: New York City, New York, U.S.
Career/Family Information
TV producer/director/screenwriter
Years active: 1978-2003
Series information
Series involved with: Three's Company / The Ropers/Three's A Crowd
Work on/
connection with series:
writer/teleplay/associate producer
Episodes involved with: involved in 22 episodes of TC in Seasons 4-7
involved all episodes for Three's A Crowd series
involved in 8 episodes of The Ropers, with Martin Rips
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Joseph Staretski (born June 22, 1948) was involved in a total of 22 episodes of Three's Company beginning with the Season 4 episode "Upstairs Downstairs Downstairs" and ending with the Season 8 episode titled "The Heiress". Of those twenty, he contributed with the teleplay for three, "Double Trouble" in Season 5, "And Now Here's Jack" and "Navy Blues" in Season 7. Martin was also involved in all 22 episodes of Three's A Crowd, and also eight episodes of The Ropers, as either an associate producer, script writer, or teleplay contributor. In his work in Hollywood, mostly on TV, Joseph frequently has collaborated with Martin Rips in the writing of scripts for numerous TV sitcoms.

Martin spent 20 years as a television writer, and produced or co-produced the series Three's Company, its spinoff series Three's A Crowd, CBS-TV's Hearts Afire, which co-starred John Ritter and Markie Post, and the ABC-TV sitcom Coach. He also wrote scripts for such TV sitcoms as the short-lived CBS-TV series Baby, I'm Back, CBS-TV's Rhoda, ABC's Carter Country and the 1993 TV series Blue Skies.

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