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Occupation  Writer Producer
Name  Dino Stamatopoulos
Movies  Anomalisa
Genre  Satire Black comedy
Children  Tigger Stamatopoulos

Period  1992–present
Nationality  American
Role  Television writer
Siblings  Jerr Stamatopoulos
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Born  Konstantinos Stamatopoulos December 14, 1964 (age 51) Norridge, Illinois, U.S. (1964-12-14)
Notable works  Late Night with Conan O'Brien The Ben Stiller Show Mr. Show TV Funhouse Mad TV Moral Orel The Drinky Crow Show Mary Shelley's Frankenhole High School USA! Community
Notable awards  Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program 1993 The Ben Stiller Show
TV shows  Moral Orel, Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, High School USA!, TV Funhouse, The Drinky Crow Show
Similar People  Jay Johnston, Bob Odenkirk, Conan O'Brien, Scott Adsit, Bill Odenkirk

Education  Columbia College Chicago

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Konstantinos "Dino" Stamatopoulos (born December 14, 1964) is an American writer, producer, and actor. He has worked on TV programs such as Mr. Show, TV Funhouse, Mad TV, The Dana Carvey Show, Late Show with David Letterman, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He has also created multiple animated TV shows such as Moral Orel, Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, and High School USA!. As an actor, he is best known for his recurring role as the character Alex "Star-Burns" Osbourne on the NBC comedy series Community, on which he also worked as a producer and consulting writer.


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Early life

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Stamatopoulos was born into a Greek-American family in Norridge, Illinois. He attended Ridgewood High School in Norridge, where he wrote for his school variety show and was astounded that he could get laughs with the material he had written. While attending Columbia College Chicago, he performed a duo act with comedian Andy Dick, in which Stamatopoulos played a ventriloquist and Dick played a dummy under the influence of sleeping pills.


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Stamatopoulos had written a spec script for a Simpsons episode out of love for the show, and Andy Dick convinced him to submit it to The Ben Stiller Show, which got him hired. He met and worked with Bob Odenkirk. After Stiller's show was canceled, he moved to New York City, where he wrote during the 1990s for The Dana Carvey Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien (also with Odenkirk), Late Show with David Letterman, Mr. Show with Bob and David.

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In 2000 Stamatopoulos and Robert Smigel pitched Comedy Central a spin-off of Smigel's TV Funhouse cartoons (which were appearing singly as animated shorts on Saturday Night Live episodes) as a half-hour sketch comedy show. The standalone TV Funhouse show premiered in 2000 but was canceled after one season. He later joined the writing staff on Mad TV.

Stamatopoulos worked as a creative consultant and contributing writer on the first season of Tom Goes to the Mayor, with Tim & Eric and Bob Odenkirk. He also provided the voice of Drinky Crow on The Drinky Crow Show, which aired for one season on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. His stop motion animated series Moral Orel premiered on Adult Swim on Christmas 2005 and aired for three seasons, airing its final episode in December 2008; a follow-up special aired in 2012. Following Moral Orel, Stamatopoulos created Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, a stop motion series, for Adult Swim. It ran for two seasons from 2010 to 2012.

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Stamatopoulos was a writer and producer on the NBC sitcom Community. He also played the recurring role of Alex "Star-Burns" Osbourne, a character whose nickname derived from his large star-shaped sideburns and his tendency to define himself by them.

A long-time fan of radio personality Steve Dahl, Stamatopoulos hosted a podcast, Sorry About Everything, from May 2012 until June 2013 on Dahl's Steve Dahl Network.

Stamatopoulos and friend Andy Dick host a weekly podcast, Dino and Andy's Skull Juice, premiering in late 2016 and is produced by Feral Audio.

Personal life

Stamatopoulos is divorced and has one daughter.


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