Rob LaZebnik

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LaZebnik at the San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2011.

Rob La Zebnik is a television writer. He graduated from David H. Hickman High School in Columbia, Missouri and Harvard University. He currently works as a co-executive producer on The Simpsons and is credited with having written eight episodes: "Treehouse of Horror XI" (the "G-G-G-Ghost D-D-D-Dad" segment), "Homer vs. Dignity", "Father Knows Worst", "Boy Meets Curl", "The Blue and the Gray", "The Daughter Also Rises", "The Changing of the Guardian" and "The War of Art". He co-created the Macromedia Flash cartoon series Starship Regulars on, and it was picked up by television network Showtime but never aired. He then co-created the series Greetings from Tucson, which aired for one season on The WB.[1] LaZebnik has also been credited with writing episodes of Monk, The War at Home, Less Than Perfect, The Ellen Show and Empty Nest.


  1. ^ Gentile, Gary (2002-06-10). "’Undercover Brother’ makes leap from Web to big screen". The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved 2009-08-23. 

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