Sam Means

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Sam Means is an American comedy writer. He won three Emmy awards for his work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,[1] and wrote for both 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation on NBC.[2] He is currently a writer and producer on the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.[3]

Means received his A.B. from Dartmouth College, and an M.Phil. in philosophy from King's College, Cambridge. He began his comedy career as a cartoonist for The New Yorker[4] and as a contributing writer for The Onion. He wrote the satirical book, A Practical Guide To Racism, in character as Professor "C. H. Dalton".[5]

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  1. ^ An Emmy Winner at 25 -- What Next?
  2. ^ "Sam Means". IMDb.
  3. ^ "Means '03 discusses work with Fey, Stewart".
  4. ^ "Sam Means Art for Sale". Conde Nast.
  5. ^ ‘Daily Show’ Writer Sam Means Offers Tips on Improving Your Racism

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