Harry Friedman (born November 12, 1946 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a writer and producer whose career began as a writer for The Hollywood Squares in 1971, leading to a relationship with Merrill Heatter-Bob Quigley Productions that included assistance in developing Gambit (1972-76/1980-81) and High Rollers (1974-76/1978-80/1987-88).

Friedman later produced Hollywood Squares (1986-89), Caesars Challenge (1993-94, with a notable moment late in its run {with the "five words" endgame} where the slot machine wished him a happy birthday), and Pyramid (2002-04).