|This article is about a subject in the real world.|
Information in this article is about real-life people, companies, and objects, and does not relate to the in-universe Sonic series.
Reid W. Harrison is an American screenwriter and television producer who has worked on the Sonic Boom television series.
|1996 Clio Awards||1995||Writer|
|3 South||2002||Writer, consultant|
|Alvin and the Chipmunks||2015||Writer|
|Brother's Keeper||1998||Writer, co-producer|
|Daddio||2000||Writer, supervising producer|
|Drawn Together||2004||Writer, consultant|
|Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man||1997||Writer|
|George and Leo||1997||Writer, executive story editor, co-producer|
|George of the Jungle||2007||Writer|
|Men Behaving Badly||1997||Writer, story editor|
|Pinky and the Brain||1996||Writer|
|Prep & Landing||2009||Writer|
|Strange Hill High||2013||Writer|
|Son of the Beach||2002||Writer|
|Tak and the Power of Juju||2008||Writer|
|The PJs||2000||Writer, producer|
|The Simpsons||1997||Writer, story editor, soundtrack|
- Sonic Boom (TV series):
- When Reid Harrison was not able to write as many episodes for the second season of Sonic Boom as he did in season one, he recommended Anne Baraou to take his place.