GENE STUPNITSKY (Directed by/Written by) is a Writers Guild
Award winner and five-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee. Stupnitsky wrote and
produced the NBC comedy series The Office for five seasons.
Since then, Stupnitsky has executive produced the ABC series Trophy Wife and
the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated HBO series Hello Ladies, which he co-created
and wrote alongside Lee Eisenberg and Stephen Merchant.
On the feature side, he made his film debut in 2009 when he co-wrote the
screenplay for Year One with Eisenberg and Harold Ramis, and later went on to
write and produce 2011's Bad Teacher, which starred Cameron Diaz and Justin
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