Kirker Butler

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Kirker Butler
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Kirker Butler at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2010.
Kirker Butler

Years active1999-present

Kirker Butler is an American writer, who has written and produced shows such as Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, The Neighbors (2012 TV series), Galavant, and Life in Pieces.


Butler joined Family Guy in 2004, and has since produced and written multiple episodes, including: "Padre de Familia" "Barely Legal" "Hell Comes to Quahog" "The Courtship of Stewie's Father" and The Empire Strikes Back parody "Something, Something, Something, Dark Side".

He has been nominated for 2 Emmy Awards for his work on "Family Guy" and "The Cleveland Show".

He is the author of the novel Pretty Ugly (2015, St. Martin's Press), and the graphic novel "Blue Agave and Worm." (2010 Viper Comics).


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