Bill Odenkirk

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Bill Odenkirk
Born (1965-10-13) October 13, 1965 (age 48)
Naperville, Illinois
Occupation Television writer
Nationality American
Genres Humor

Bill Odenkirk (born October 13, 1965) is an American comedy writer.

Biography[edit]

Odenkirk was born in Naperville, Illinois. He is the younger brother of American comedian Bob Odenkirk, and worked as a writer, producer and actor on sketch comedy TV show Mr. Show with Bob and David, which featured his brother as co-star. Odenkirk went on to write for Tenacious D and Futurama. He has written and executive produced episodes of The Simpsons. He holds a PhD in Inorganic chemistry from the University of Chicago.[1] Bill was a co-inventor of 2,2'-Bis(2-indenyl) biphenyl.[2]

Writing credits[edit]

Tenacious D episodes[edit]

He is credited with writing the following episodes, along with Jack Black, David Cross, Kyle Gass, Tom Gianas, and Bob Odenkirk:

The Simpsons episodes[edit]

He is credited with writing the following episodes:

Futurama episodes[edit]

He is credited with writing the following episodes:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Science on The Simpsons". USP. 
  2. ^ W. W. Ellis, T. K. Hollis, W. Odenkirk, J. Whelan, R. Ostrander, A. L. Rheingold and B. Bosnich (1993). "Synthesis, structure, and properties of chiral titanium and zirconium complexes bearing biaryl strapped substituted cyclopentadienyl ligands". Organometallics 12 (11): 4391–4401. doi:10.1021/om00035a026. 

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