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Mark Hentemann at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con.
Mark Henry Hentemann|
April 24, 1969
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
|Occupation||Writer, voice actor, producer, showrunner|
Mark Henry Hentemann (born April 24, 1969) is an American animation writer. He is the former executive producer and showrunner of the animated series Family Guy, where he started as a writer in its first season. In addition, Hentemann has also provided voices for many minor characters on Family Guy, including the "Phony Guy" and Opie.
Hentemann has also written for the Late Show with David Letterman. He left Family Guy to create 3 South for MTV, and to work with the creator Seth MacFarlane on the animated series, Bordertown. The series premiered on Fox in 2016 on the network's Sunday Funday lineup, but it was cancelled after just one season of thirteen episodes.
Hentemann grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and began his career as a greeting card writer and illustrator for American Greetings. His cards caught the interest of David Letterman and allowed him his first job in television writing for The Late Show.
Mark Hentemann joined Family Guy in its first season as a writer, and later became executive producer and showrunner, with fellow writer Steve Callaghan. He has written, produced and provided voice acting on several half-hours, including 3 South, which he created for MTV. He also helped create the animated series Bordertown for FOX, on which he acted as executive producer.
Mark Hentemann lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Lynne, and they have three children, one of whom, Tatum, does occasional voices for Family Guy and American Dad!. Hentemann attended Cleveland Saint Ignatius High School and Miami University.
|2002-2003||3 South||Joe Tate, Ed Bickel (voice)||Creator|
|2008-2009||Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy||Mountain Climber, Vishnu (voice)||3 Episodes|
|2010||The Cleveland Show||Unknown Role||Episode: How Cleveland Got His Groove Back|
|2010||Family Guy: It's a Trap!||Opie||Television Special|
|Family Guy||Opie, Various voices||writer, executive producer, consulting producer|
|2016||Bordertown||Bryce||Also creator, writer, executive producer|
|2000||Boyer Brothers||TV Movie|
|2001-2012||Family Guy||(13 Episodes)|
|2001-2002||Off Centre||(2 Episodes)|
|2002||3 South||(3 Episodes)|
|2003||Run of the House||(2 Episodes)|
As executive producer
|2001-2002||Off Centre||7 Episodes|
|2003||3 South||7 Episodes|
|2003||Run of the House|
|2009-2013||Family Guy||52 Episodes|
|2006||Family Guy Video Game!||Opie|
Primetime Emmy Awards
|2008||Outstanding Animated Program||Family Guy for "Blue Harvest"||Nominated|
|2009||Outstanding Comedy Series||Family Guy||Nominated|
- "Mark Hentemann - IMDb". M.imdb.com. 1969-04-24. Retrieved 2016-09-05.
- Mark Hentemann on IMDb
- "FOX ANNOUNCES NEW PRIMETIME SERIES FOR 2015-2016 SEASON | on Fox". Fox.com. 2016-01-31. Archived from the original on 2015-12-29. Retrieved 2016-09-05.
- FAMILY GUY Writers Steve Callaghan And Mark Hentemann At Comic Con 2012. YouTube. 17 July 2012. Retrieved 24 August 2015.
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