|Name Tim McAuliffe|
Role Television producer
|TV shows Satisfaction|
|Occupation Comedy writer, television producer, actor|
Awards Canadian Comedy Award for Television / Best Writing in a Special or Episode
Nominations Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Comedy Program or Series
Similar People Ryan Belleville, Mark Critch, Michael Donovan, Pat Thornton, Albert Howell
Tim McAuliffe (born September 18) is a Canadian comedy writer, television producer and occasional actor from Montreal, Canada, known for his work on This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Office, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Up All Night, Corner Gas, and creating the TV series Satisfaction.
McAuliffe's works include Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Corner Gas, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Office, Up All Night, the TV series Satisfaction, and The Hour with George Stromboulopoulos, Video on Trial, Stars on Trial, the 2005 and 2006 Muchmusic Video Awards, and Muchmusic's Top 100 Videos of All-time with Carmen Electra. He is also a regular performer on The Hour with George Stromboulopoulos, and has appeared in comedy sketches opposite Martin Short, Geddy Lee, Eric Idle, and Eddie Izzard. Tim's spoof ad for his 1988 Dodge Aries was a mildly viral video. Tim also served as head writer for the 2007 Fashion Cares Gala with Jay Manuel. He is to co-write Moderation Town.
Awards and nominations
McAuliffe has received peer and industry recognition for his work on This Hour Has 22 Minutes.