|Occupation||Television producer, screenwriter|
|Known for||This Is Us|
Dan Fogelman (born February 19, 1976) is an American television producer and screenwriter whose screenplays include Cars, Tangled, and Crazy, Stupid, Love. He also created the 2012 television sitcom The Neighbors, the 2015 fairy tale-themed musical comedy series Galavant, the 2016 drama series This Is Us, and the 2016 baseball drama series Pitch.
Fogelman grew up in what he has called an "endearingly dysfunctional" Jewish family in River Vale, New Jersey. He attended Pascack Valley High School in nearby Hillsdale. He attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 1997. He and his mother, Joyce, took a road trip from New Jersey to Las Vegas that became the basis for his 2012 film comedy The Guilt Trip, starring Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen as a mother and son on a cross-country road trip. His father, named Marty, became the namesake of the father in the 2012 television sitcom The Neighbors created by Fogelman, who has a sister who inspired the family daughter in this series. He is married to Caitlin Thompson, who stars as Madison on his family drama This Is Us and they share a son together born in 2020.
|Shit Happens||2003||Yes||Yes||No||Short film|
|Bolt||2008||No||Yes||No||Voice role: Billy|
|Crazy, Stupid, Love||2011||No||Yes||No|
|The Guilt Trip||2012||No||Yes||Executive|
|Me and Earl and the Dying Girl||2015||No||No||Yes|
|Danny Collins||2015||Yes||Yes||No||Directorial Debut|
|Untitled fifth Indiana Jones film||2023||No||Yes||No||Earlier draft, credit status TBA|
|Honeymoon with Harry||TBA||No||Yes||No|
|Like Family||2003–2004||Yes||Yes||Yes||Creator and executive producer (23 episodes)|
Writer (Episode: ''Pilot'')
|The 12th Man||2006||Yes||Yes||No credit||Television film|
|Lipshitz Saves the World||2007||Yes||Yes||No credit||Unsold pilot|
|The Neighbors||2012–2014||Yes||Yes||Yes||Creator and executive producer (44 episodes)|
Writer (7 episodes)
Story (Episode: "Things Just Got Real")
|Untitled NBA Project||2015||No||Yes||No credit||Television film|
|The King of 7B||2015||Yes||Yes||No credit||Television film|
|Galavant||2015–2016||Yes||Yes||Yes||Creator and executive producer (18 episodes)|
Writer (4 episodes)
|Grandfathered||2015–2016||Yes||Yes||No||Writer (Episode: "The Memorial')|
Story (Episode: "Jimmy's 50th, Again")
Executive producer (22 episodes)
|Pitch||2016||Yes||Yes||Yes||Creator and executive producer (10 episodes)|
Writer (3 episodes)
|This Is Us||2016–present||Yes||Yes||Yes||Creator and executive producer (91 episodes)|
Writer (18 episodes)
|Only Murders in the Building||2021–present||No||Yes||No||10 episodes|
- "Who is Caitlin Thompson from This Is Us?". The Focus. 2020-10-28. Retrieved 2020-11-10.
- Pfefferman, Naomi (September 10, 2012). "'The Neighbors': Aliens next door". The Jewish Journal. Retrieved December 14, 2012.
- Youngmisuk, Ohm. "Derrick Ward goes from movie gofer to Giant attraction", Daily News (New York), September 30, 2007. Accessed August 19, 2013. "Dan Fogelman has a movie debuting this Christmas called Fred Claus starring Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti and Kevin Spacey.... Now the kid who used to run to get coffee and sandwiches is the starting running back for the New York Giants. 'It blows my mind,' says Fogelman, a lifelong Giants fan who grew up in River Vale, N.J."
- Gladstone, Douglas J. "This Is Us Is Back (Now Stop Sobbing); NJ native Dan Fogelman never imagined his hit series This Is Us would make viewers cry so much.", New Jersey Monthly, October 6, 2017. Accessed November 2, 2017. "'When I started showing the pilot to people it started happening,' says Fogelman, who grew up in River Vale and attended Pascack Valley High School in Hillsdale."
- Krueger, Alyson (Aug 28, 2017). "This Is Us Is His". The Pennsylvania Gazette. Retrieved 12 October 2020.
- Pfefferman, Naomi (July 26, 2011). "First crush to midlife dating". The Jewish Journal. Retrieved December 14, 2012.