Donick Cary

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Donick Cary is an American television writer. He has written for The Simpsons, Just Shoot Me!, Complete Savages, Late Night with David Letterman and served as head writer on The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show.

He also co-wrote the two hour 2005 TV special Earth to America.

Cary is the creator, writer, and director of Lil' Bush, which made its debut as six animated shorts on Amp'd-equipped cell phones. Comedy Central ordered six episodes of the series in 2007[1] and ordered 10 episodes for 2008. He also provides the voice of Lil' Cheney in the show.

He is the son of actors Richard and Mara Cary and the brother of actress Susan Cary, all of which have done voices for his show Lil Bush.

Writing credits[edit]

The Simpsons episodes[edit]

He has written the following episodes:

Complete Savages episodes[edit]

He has written the following episodes:

  • "Bad Reception"
  • "My Two Sons"
  • "The Man Without a Ball"

Projects[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ CNN, 4 December, 2006

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