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This week, host Gray Jones interviews a fellow York University Screenwriting alumnus, veteran comedy writer Rob Sheridan.

Rob Sheridan is an LA-based writer with extensive credits in both the US and Canada. Rob has written on such series as “2 Broke Girls” (WBTV/CBS), “Impastor” (TVLand), “Mad Love” (Sony Television/CBS), “18 To Life” (CBC/CW), “Corner Gas” (CTV), “Little Mosque on the Prairie” (CBC), “Less Than Kind” (HBO Canada), and “The Red Green Show” (CBC), as well as having developed original pilots for ABC Studios and Warner Bros. Television.

Additionally, Rob is a frequent contributor to the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, writing monologue and variety material for a wide range of performers in recent years including Will Forte, Sarah Silverman, Trevor Noah, Jeff Goldblum, Whitney Cummings and Carrie Fisher. He is repped by WME Entertainment in Los Angeles and managed by Meridian Artists in Toronto.

Check out Rob’s YouTube channel, “Up All Night With Bob.”

Follow Rob on Twitter: @therobsheridan

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Graham “Gray” Jones is a seasoned TV editor/writer located in Valencia, California (on the northern outskirts of LA). He has an honors Screenwriting BFA from York University, where he graduated with distinction in 1994.

He hosted one of the world’s leading TV-themed podcasts, "Chuck vs. the Podcast," about NBC’s Chuck, and currently hosts the "TV Writer Podcast," in partnership with Script Magazine.

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