Michael Herbert Schur is an American television producer, writer, and character actor. He was a producer and writer for the comedy series The Office, and co-created Parks and Recreation with Office producer Greg Daniels. He created The Good Place, co-created the comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine and was a producer on the series Master of None. He also played Mose Schrute in The Office. Schur's comedies typically include large, diverse casts and have created break-out stars. His shows feature optimistic characters who often find lasting love and strong friendships, through plots that showcase "good-hearted humanistic warmth." Schur has been nominated for 14 Primetime Emmy Awards, winning two for his work on Saturday Night Live and The Office.
|Born:||Michael Herbert Schur, October 29, 1975, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.|
|Other names:||Ken Tremendous|
|Alma mater:||Harvard University|
|Occupation:||Television producer, screenwriter|
|Twitter:||Michael Schur's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Michael Schur's IMDb|
About Michael Schur
Television, producer, and actor who is best known for co-creating the show Parks and Recreation and Brooklyn 99. He got his start writing for SNL and The Office.
Michael Schur Before Fame
He was once a member of the Harvard Lampoon at Harvard College.
Achievement of Michael Schur
He once collaborated with band The Decembrists for their music video, Calamity Song.
Michael Schur Family Life
He had two children with wife Jennifer Philbin.
Associations of Michael Schur
His father in-law was Regis Philbin, former host of Regis & Kelly.
Information related to Michael Schur
- Writers from Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Jewish American screenwriters
- Writers Guild of America Award winners