Anthony Q. Farrell

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Anthony Q. Farrell (born May 13, 1977) is a United States-based Canadian writer and actor. He has written for The Office, presided as executive story editor for Little Mosque on the Prairie as well as produced and performed in various stand-up and sketch comedies.

Born and raised in Toronto, he was consulted on Canadian mannerisms and props for the episode "Business Trip" which saw the characters on The Office travel to Winnipeg, Canada.[1]

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The Office written episodes[edit]

Farrell has written or co-written the following episodes:

Farrell also co-wrote a short article on Dwight Shrute for Esquire.[2]


  1. ^ Brouix, Bill. "'Peg readies for its close-up",, 20 November 2008.
  2. ^ Farrell, Anthony Q. and Grandy, Charlie. "Dwight Schrute: What I've Learned",, January 1, 2009.

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