Charlie Grandy

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Charlie Grandy
Born (1974-03-05) March 5, 1974 (age 40)
New York City, United States
Occupation Stand-up comedian, television writer, producer
Years active 1999–present

Charles B. "Charlie" Grandy is an American stand-up comedian, television writer and producer who has worked on series such as The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Saturday Night Live and The Office. He is the son of former Love Boat star turned politician Fred Grandy.

Career[edit]

After working as a stand-up comedian,[1] Grandy turned to television writing and became a writer on Jon Stewart's The Daily Show in 2001. After his Daily Show stint, Grandy became a writer and producer on Saturday Night Live, where he worked until 2008. In the same year, he joined the writing staff of the fifth season of the American version of The Office. At the beginning of the sixth season he became a co-producer and by the time the show entered its seventh season, he had become a supervising producer of the series.[2]

Episodes of The Office[edit]

  1. "Crime Aid" (5.05)
  2. "Broke" (5.25)
  3. "Double Date (6.09)
  4. "The Delivery, Part Two" (6.18)
  5. "Andy's Play" (7.03)
  6. "The Inner Circle" (7.23)
  7. "Lotto" (8.03)
  8. "Get the Girl" (8.19)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grandy has won two Primetime Emmy Awards, one for The Daily Show the other for Saturday Night Live.[3] In 2009 he received two Writers Guild of America award nominations, one for the fifth season of The Office and another for writing the episode Broke.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charlie Grandy: Stand Up Videos and Funny Clips". Jokes.com. Retrieved January 25, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Charlie Grandy from The Office". Film.com. Retrieved January 25, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Awards for Charlie Grandy". IMDb. Retrieved January 25, 2011. 
  4. ^ "2010 Writers Guild Awards Television, Radio, News, Promotional Writing, and Graphic Animation Nominees Announced". Writers Guild of America, West. December 14, 2009. Retrieved January 25, 2011. 

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