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Erik Weiner


Erik Weiner was born and raised in San Francisco and graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He co-created and starred in The Bomb-itty of Errors, an adaptation of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, blending hip-hop and Shakespeare. The show has been performed in New York (Off-Broadway), London (West End), Chicago, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, ... See full bio »

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Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Robot Chicken Writer
(2006-2018)
Boardwalk Empire Agent Sebso
(2010)
Serenity Helmsman
(2005)

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 2019 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards (TV Special)
  The Goldbergs (TV Series) (executive story editor - 22 episodes, 2017 - 2018) (staff writer - 19 episodes, 2016 - 2017) (written by - 3 episodes, 2017 - 2019)
- The Pina Colada Episode (2019) ... (written by)
- Let's Val Kilmer This Car (2018) ... (executive story editor)
- Spaceballs (2018) ... (executive story editor)
- The Opportunity of a Lifetime (2018) ... (executive story editor)
- Flashy Little Flashdancer (2018) ... (executive story editor) / (written by)
  Robot Chicken (TV Series) (8 episodes, 2014 - 2018) (writer - 20 episodes, 2006 - 2014) (written by - 1 episode, 2017) (credit only - 1 episode, 2009)
- Hi. (2018)
 2018 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards (TV Special)
  Ask the StoryBots (TV Series) (1 episode) (written by - 4 episodes, 2016)
- Where Do French Fries Come From? (2016) ... (written by)
- Why Do I Have to Brush My Teeth? (2016) ... (written by)
- How Do Airplanes Fly? (2016) ... (written by)
- How Does Night Happen? (2016) ... (written by)
 2015 SuperMansion (TV Series) (head writer - 12 episodes)
- Lex as a Weapon (2015) ... (head writer)
- Lexanity (2015) ... (head writer)
- The Inconceivable Escape of Dr. Devizo (2015) ... (head writer)
- Babes in the Wood (2015) ... (head writer)
- Unfortunate Son (2015) ... (head writer)
 2014 Mondays! (Short) (co-writer)
 2014 The 2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards (TV Special) (written by)
 2013 The 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards (TV Special) (written by)
 2011 Props Master (Short)
 2010 Spike TV VGA Video Game Awards (TV Special) (head writer)
 2010 I'm So Straight (Short)
 2010 2010 MTV Movie Awards (TV Special) (head writer)
 2009 2009 MTV Movie Awards (TV Special)
 2008 Fraternity School Shopping (Video short)
 2008 One Line on the Sopranos (Short)
 2008 2008 MTV Movie Awards (TV Special)
 2007-2008 Snoop Dogg's Father Hood (TV Series) (writer - 4 episodes)
- For Schnitzle (2008) ... (writer)
- The Doggs and the Bees (2007) ... (writer)
- Snoop It Like Beckham (2007) ... (writer)
- Downward Dogg (2007) ... (writer)
 2007 Robot Chicken: Star Wars (TV Short) (writer)
 2002 Scratch & Burn (TV Series) (co-creator)
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Other Works:

The Bomb-itty of Errors See more »

Official Sites:

Famous Last Nerds | Official Site | See more »

Alternate Names:

Red Dragon
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Trivia:

Starred in and co-wrote (with his friend Jordan Allen-Dutton) a comedic rap video called "One Line on the Sopranos," which was a parody celebration of the time he had a very small role on one episode of The Sopranos (1999). His single line was, "Leon, take your break at two." See more »

Nickname:

Red Dragon or Dragon

Star Sign:

Gemini

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