Warren Hutcherson

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Warren A. Hutcherson
Born Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Occupation Actor, comedian, producer, writer and director
Years active 1990–present

Warren Hutcherson is an American comedian and comedy writer from Baltimore, Maryland. He is perhaps best known for his jokes about how his father, a member of the Nation of Islam, was able to find conspiracies in everyday occurrences.[citation needed]

Hutcherson wrote for Saturday Night Live for two years (1991–93) and Living Single for four years (1993–97) before he created his own sitcom for NBC, Built to Last, in the 1997 television season. After his show was cancelled Hutcherson became executive producer of The Parent Hood for its final season (1998), Moesha for two seasons (1998–2000), The Bernie Mac Show (2002–05) and Just Jordan (2006). He was also a consulting producer on Everybody Hates Chris as well as a freelance writer, though he continues to act and perform stand-up on occasion.[citation needed]

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