Alan Yang

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Alan Yang is an American screenwriter for the NBC sitcom, Parks and Recreation.


His previous credits include Last Call with Carson Daly and South Park. In 2009, he was named by Variety magazine as one of "10 Screenwriters to Watch". He currently has three screenplays in development," Jackpot"," White Dad", and " We Love You". Yang studied biology at Harvard University and wrote for the college's humor magazine, the Harvard Lampoon. He is a native of Riverside, California.[1]

Yang also wrote for "Fire Joe Morgan", a sports journalism blog, under the pseudonym "Junior."[2]