MIKE WHITE (Nick, Director) is an award-winning writer, director, actor and
producer. He co-created and co-starred with Laura Dern in the Golden
Globe-winning HBO series "Enlightened," writing every episode. His other writing
credits range from the indie black comedies Chuck & Buck, The Good Girl and Year
of the Dog to mainstream comedy hits School of Rock, Orange County and Nacho
Libre. White's television credits include the short-lived but critically praised
series "Freaks and Geeks" and "Pasadena."
Most recently, White saw his original screenplay turned into the Sundance hit
Beatriz at Dinner, directed by Miguel Arteta and starring Salma Hayek.
Along with appearing in many of his films, White is known for twice competing in
the Emmy-winning reality competition "The Amazing Race" with his father, Mel.
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