Rachel Axler

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Rachel Axler
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Axler in 2007
Alma mater Hunter College High School Williams College
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.

Axler graduated from Hunter College High School in 1995 and Williams College 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]

Axler has won four Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2006 and 2009, Axler won two Emmys for her work on The Daily Show as a part of the writing team.[4] In 2016 and 2017, she won two Emmys for Outstanding Comedy Series for her work as Supervising Producer on Veep.[5] She was also nominated for, but did not win, an Emmy in 2007 for The Daily Show.[6]

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