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Andy Bobrow

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Nationality  American
Years active  2000–present

Name  Andy Bobrow
Role  Television writer
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Occupation  Writer, producer, director
Movies  The Old Negro Space Program
Known for  Community, Malcolm in the Middle
Similar  Linwood Boomer, Dan Harmon, Johnny Brown

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Andy Bobrow is an American television writer and producer known for his work on Community. He was previously a writer for Malcolm in the Middle and created a mockumentary called The Old Negro Space Program. He currently voices Owly on the Love Me Cat Show.


Early life and career

Bobrow attended Berkley High School in Berkley, Michigan, and Michigan State University. He plays the tuba and majored in music. He was a copywriter at several advertising agencies in Detroit and Los Angeles, including Campbell-Ewald and Ketchum. Bobrow also performed in the The Groundlings Theater Sunday Company. It was there that Bobrow made several significant connections, including Will Forte, who introduced Bobrow to his agent at UTA, and Jordan Black, who recommended Bobrow for his first TV writing job, on the short-lived sketch comedy show Hype on the WB Network.

Bobrow wrote the second episode of the Fox comedy, The Last Man on Earth, which was first aired as the second half of the series premiere, March 1, 2015.


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