(Creator/Executive Producer/Writer/Director, Sprung)
Greg Garcia graduated from Frostburg State University in 1992 and then briefly worked as a board-op and on-air personality for The Tony Kornheiser Radio Show.
After moving to Los Angeles in 1993, Garcia was accepted into the Warner Bros. Writers Program. He spent one year working on the comedy series On Our Own, two years on Family Matters and then co-created the ironically named series Built to Last, which lasted three episodes on NBC.
Garcia was later signed to an overall deal at 20th Century Fox Television, where he served as co-executive producer on Getting Personal, and subsequently as a consulting producer on Family Guy. Garcia then co- created and executive-produced Yes, Dear, which ran for six seasons on CBS.
In 2005, Garcia created My Name is Earl (NBC). His work on the series received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series and the People’s Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy. In addition, he received a GLAAD Aw