GENE STUPNITSKY  

Bio

GENE STEPNITSKY | WRITER & DIRECTOR

Gene Stupnitsky is a Writers Guild Award winner and six-time Emmy Award nominee.  Stupnitsky got his start on the NBC comedy series, “The Office,”  producing, directing and writing for five seasons, eventually rising to co-head writer.  His episode, “Dinner Party,” was ranked the best comedic half hour of the decade by Rolling Stone magazine. Since then, Stupnitsky has executive produced the Golden-Globe Nominated series, “SMILF," and co-created the Emmy-nominated HBO series, "Hello Ladies.” On the feature side, Stupnitsky co-wrote and executive produced the hit Sony film  "Bad Teacher” and co-wrote and directed the box office smash "Good Boys” for Universal.