Rachel Axler

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Rachel Axler
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Axler in 2007
Occupation Television writer, playwright
Years active 2005–present

Rachel Axler is an American television writer and playwright. In television, her credits include Childrens Hospital, How I Met Your Mother, The Goodwin Games, New Girl, Bored to Death, Parks and Recreation, Veep, and The Daily Show.

Rachel attended Williams College, graduating in 1999. As a playwright, with a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, San Diego,[1] her works include the plays Smudge[2] and Archaeology.[3]

In 2006 and 2009, Axler won two Primetime Emmy Awards for her work on The Daily Show as a part of the writing team.[4]


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