A graduate of the State University of New York at Oswego, Kinnally also appeared as Mitchell in the Will & Grace episode "One Gay at a Time". He is currently writing and producing for the hit ABC show, Ugly Betty.
Along with fellow producer Tracy Poust, Kinnally began as a writer for the show and later became executive producer.
Kinnally and Poust penned the famous episode "A Chorus Lie" starring Matt Damon as Owen, Jack's heterosexual rival, pretending to be gay to vie for a spot in the Manhattan Gay Men's Chorus.
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