David Sacks

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This article is about the writer. For the entrepreneur, see David O. Sacks.

David Sacks is an American television writer and producer.


He attended Harvard College, graduating with a degree in Government. While there he began his comedy writing career as an editor of the school's humor magazine, The Harvard Lampoon. Upon graduating, Sacks moved to Los Angeles and began writing for television. His writing and producing credits include seasons five and six on The Simpsons, for which he won an Emmy award, 3rd Rock from the Sun, for which he received a Golden Globe award, Malcolm in the Middle, The Tick, Regular Show on Cartoon Network, Murphy Brown, and created and executive produced Lewis Black's The Root of All Evil for Comedy Central. Sacks produces a weekly podcast Spiritual Tools for An Outrageous World available on iTunes and Stitcher.com.[1]

He will also be writing on Nickelodeon's Pig Goat Banana Cricket, and be serving as showrunner for TBS' original series Final Space.[2]

References list[edit]

  1. ^ "David Sacks's profile". IMDB. Retrieved 20 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (December 2, 2016). "TBS Orders 'Final Space' Animated Series From Olan Rogers & Conan O'Brien". Deadline. Retrieved December 2, 2016. 

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