Rob Kutner

Rob Kutner

Rob Kutner is an American comedy writer. As a writer for "Dennis Miller Live", he was nominated for a 2003 Writers' Guild of America Award. After Dennis Miller Live left the air, Kutner went on to write for "The Daily Show", where he has won four Emmies to date. Additionally, he has won a Peabody Award and an award from the Television Critics' Association.

In 2003, Kutner wrote the short film "Pie Chi," which has been seen at numerous festivals and was broadcast on Showtime Television. His humor pieces have appeared in The New York Times, Esquire, Los Angeles Times, Maxim, and The Huffington Post.

His book "Apocalypse How," a humorous guide on how to "make the end times the best of times," was released in May 2008.

Kutner was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, where he attended The Westminster Schools. Comic actors Ed Helms and Brian Baumgartner attended Westminster at the same time. He went on to study at Princeton University, achieving an AB in anthropology in 1994. At Princeton he was the editor of the school's humor magazine, "The Tiger" and was a member of the improv comedy troupe "Quipfire". He was also a member and the announcer for the Princeton University Band.

He currently resides in New York City with his wife, writer Sheryl Zohn.

Kutner is represented by Greg Hodes at the Endeavor Agency.

External links

* [ Personal Site for Rob Kutner]
* [ Apocalypse How: Official Book Website]
* [ Tiger Magazine]
* [ Quipfire]
* [ Princeton University Band]

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