Matt Hubbard is an American television writer and screenwriter who has worked on many television shows. He graduated from Beverly High School, in Beverly, Massachusetts in the class of 1996, where he excelled in the English Department. He later went on to attend Harvard University where he was an editor for the Harvard Lampoon. He has worked as a writer on the NBC comedy series 30 Rock. He won Emmy awards in 2009 for both Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, for his 30 Rock episode "Reunion," and for Outstanding Comedy Series. He worked as a Consulting Producer on the last two seasons of Parks and Recreation.
- Parks and Recreation (2013)
- 30 Rock (2007)
- Joey (2005)
- Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005)
- The Stones (2004)
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