Ricky Blitt

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Ricky Blitt
Born Quebec, Canada
Occupation Writer, producer, voice actor

Richard Micha "Ricky" Blitt is a screenwriter, executive producer, show creator, and voice actor based in West Hollywood, California.[1][2]

Early in his career, Blitt was a writer on The Parent Hood, The Jeff Foxworthy Show, The Jon Stewart Show, On the Record with Bob Costas, Costas Now, and Brotherly Love. In 1999, he became the co-executive producer and a screenwriter for the animated show Family Guy. In 2005, Ricky Blitt wrote the screenplay of The Ringer. In 2007, he created and was the producer of The Winner. Blitt also owns the production company "Candy Bar Productions". He voiced Steve Smith in the pilot episode for the animated show American Dad!, but was replaced by Scott Grimes in the actual series.

In 2010, he created a TV series, Romantically Challenged starring Alyssa Milano, which ran from April 19, 2010 to May 17, 2010 on ABC.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Blitt is Canadian, raised in Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec, a municipality on the Island of Montreal. He is a graduate of McGill University and attended the AFI Conservatory. His older brother is magazine illustrator Barry Blitt.[3]


  1. ^ The New York Times
  2. ^ Yahoo.com
  3. ^ a b Owen, Rob (April 19, 2010). "Love for Penguins behind city's setting for 'Romantically Challenged'". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 8 November 2010. 

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