Biography: Mike Reiss has won four Emmy Awards for his work on The Simpsons, the wacky animated series that has kept America laughing for more than a decade and earned Time magazine's vote as "the greatest TV show of the twentieth century." During his eleven seasons on the show, Reiss wrote ten scripts and produced over 250 episodes. Reiss is also one of the 11 writers who wrote The Simpsons Movie. His other television credits include The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, Alf, Eddie Murphy's The PJs, The Oblongs and It's a Garry Shandling's Show, where he earned an ACE award for writing and producing. Reiss is also the co-creator of The Critic, an animated series starring Jon Lovitz as a lovable movie critic which only lasted 2 seasons. Another accomplishment of Reiss was his creation, Queer Duck, the animated adventures of a gay duck. An Internet hit with rave reviews in the U.S. and Europe, the series recently made the jump to the Showtime network, the series also made a film.
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