Gary V. Janetti
March 22, 1966
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Producer, writer, actor, voice actor|
|Known for||Will & Grace|
He has written for Family Guy, and was the Executive Producer of Will and Grace. He has recently written the sitcom Vicious for British television. Janetti's Instagram page has gained international media attention primarily for a satirical characterization of Prince George of Cambridge and the child's imagined, and often catty, response to various photos and news stories about Meghan Markle and other members of the British Royal Family. The page has more than 800,000 followers.
Janetti's first solo nonfiction book, Do You Mind If I Cancel? (Things That Still Annoy Me), was published in October 2019, and became a New York Times Bestseller.
|1995||The Naked Truth|
|1998||Style & Substance|
|1999–present||Family Guy||1999 supervising producer (8 episodes)
1999–present consulting producer (71 episodes)
2011–2014 co-executive producer (33 episodes)
|2000||Bette||co-executive producer, 1 episode|
|2002–2006||Will & Grace||2002–2003 supervising producer (24 episodes)
2003–2005 co-executive producer (48 episodes)
2005–2006 executive producer (23 episodes)
|2007||The Mastersons of Manhattan||executive producer|
|2013–2016||Vicious||executive producer (11 episodes)|
|1995–1996||The Naked Truth||3 episodes|
|1998||Style & Substance||2 episodes|
|1999–present||Family Guy||12 episodes|
Nominated – Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Writing in Animation for "Send in Stewie, Please"
|2002–2006||Will & Grace||2004 writer|
|2007||The Mastersons of Manhattan|
|2013–2016||Vicious||written by (8 episodes)
writer (3 episodes)
created by (8 episodes)
|1998||Style & Substance||Bully Delivery Guy (1 episode)|
|1999–present||Family Guy||voice (21 episodes)|
|2000–2001||Bette||Boyd / Male Flight Attendant (2 episodes)|
|2003||Will & Grace||Zack (1 episode, uncredited)|
|2012||Bunheads||Himself (2 episodes)|
|2012||It's a Brad, Brad World||Himself|
- "Gary Janetti". Retrieved 31 July 2016.
- "Family Guy's father in the money". Postmedia News. 6 May 2008. Archived from the original on 28 June 2011. Retrieved 2 March 2011.
- "Cartoon Gaiety". The Advocate. 25 May 1999. p. 22–. Retrieved 2 March 2011.
- Thomas, Karen (29 March 2006). "Britney is back for more". USA Today. Retrieved 2 March 2011.
- Gary, Janetti. "@garyjanetti". Instagram.
- Vokes-Dudgeon, Sophie. "Brad Goreski of Fashion Police Is Engaged to Marry Boyfriend Gary Janetti". usmagazine.
- McNary, Dave (17 February 2019). "WGA Awards 2019 Winners: 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?,' 'Eighth Grade' Win Screenplay Awards". Variety. Retrieved 23 February 2019.
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