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Tim Kaiser is a television producer who has worked on such shows as Seinfeld , [1] including the famous "Soup Nazi" episode, as well as Will and Grace . [2] [3] He also produces $#!T my dad says .[ citation needed ]

Kaiser is a native of Pittsburgh who graduated in 1981 from Riverview High School and in 1985 graduated from Westminster College. [1] [3]

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