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Michael Rotenberg, a multiple Emmy-Award winner, is currently executive producing the Emmy-nominated series, Silicon Valley (HBO), It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FX), Lopez (TV Land), as well as the upcoming series, Insecure (HBO), Marlon (NBC), Man With a Plan (CBS) and Superior Donuts (CBS). His credits include the Emmy Award-winning series King of the Hill (FOX) 1999, the Emmy nominated series Everybody Hates Chris (CW), the Emmy Award-winning The Chris Rock Show (HBO) 1997, the Emmy-nominated series The Mind of the Married Man (HBO), and Beavis & Butt-Head (MTV).
He also produced many Emmy Award-winning comedy specials such as Chris Rock's Bring the Pain, Bigger and Blacker and Never Scared, Howie Mandel's Hooray for Howiewood Dave Chappelle's Killin' Them Softly , D.L. Hughley's Going Home, and George Lopez's HBO special It's Not Me, It's You.
Michael Rotenberg is co-founder of 3 Arts Entertainment, the production and management company behind shows including The Office, Parks & Recreation, Always Sunny in Philadelphia, 30 Rock, The Mindy Project, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Master of None and many more award-winning shows and films such as 13 Hours and Edge of Tomorrow, and Unbroken. As a producer and manager, he plays an integral role in the development and production of television and film properties, as well as shepherds the careers of many top actors, writers and directors.
Michael Rotenberg met Israeli deputy foreign minister Daniel Ayalon in November 2010 to discuss how to portray Israel in movies. "This will help our story to be told and this could become a great tool to brand Israel", Ayalon said. The trip was sponsored by Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. "This mission is one of many the Federation sponsors to bring key Hollywood leaders to Israel to support this commitment", organization president Jay Sanderson said in a statement.
- 1992 : Encino Man (Co-Executive Producer)
- 1993 : Son in Law (Producer)
- 1994 : In the Army Now (Producer)
- 1996 : Bio-Dome (Executive Producer)
- 1997 : Beverly Hills Ninja (Executive Producer)
- 1999 : Office Space (Producer)
- 2001 : Double Take (Executive Producer)
- 2001 : Down to Earth (Producer)
- 2001 : Pootie Tang (Executive Producer)
- 2003 : Head of State (Producer)
- 2006 : Man About Town (Producer)
- 2007 : Reign Over Me (Producer)
- 2008 : The Onion Movie (Producer)
- 2009 : Extract (Producer)
- 2014 : Perfect Sisters (Executive Producer)
- 1992 : Richard Jeni: Platypus Man (Executive Producer)
- 1992 : Louis in St. Louis (Executive Producer)
- 1992 : Howie (Executive Producer)
- 1995 : Platypus Man (Producer)
- 1996 : Chris Rock: Bring the Pain (Executive Producer)
- 1996 : A Weekend in the Country (Executive Producer)
- 1997 : Mr. Rhodes (Executive Producer)
- 1997 : The Chris Rock Show (Executive Producer)
- 1998 : The Howie Mandel Show (Executive Producer)
- 1998 : Chris Rock: Bigger & Blacker (Executive Producer)
- 2000 : Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly (Executive Producer)
- 1998 – 2002 : The Hughleys (Executive Producer)
- 2005 – 2009 : Everybody Hates Chris (Executive Producer)
- 1997 – 2009 : King of the Hill (Executive Producer)
- 2011 : Beavis and Butt-Head (Executive Producer)
- 2014 : Saint George (Executive Producer)
- 2016 : The 5th Quarter (Executive Producer)
- 2014 – 2016 : Silicon Valley (Executive Producer)
- 2016 : Insecure (Executive Producer)
- 2016 : Those Who Can't (Executive Producer)
- 2016 – present : Man With a Plan (Executive Producer)
- 2005 – present : It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Executive Producer)
- 2017 – 2018: Superior Donuts (Executive Producer)
- 2017 – present: Marlon (Executive Producer)
- 2017 – present: American Vandal (Executive Producer)
- 2018: Happy Together (Executive Producer)
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