At 50 years old, Dan Harmon has this physical status:
Daniel James Harmon (born January 3, 1973) is an American writer, producer, and actor.
Harmon developed and produced the NBC sitcom Community, co-created the Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty, and co-founded the alternative television network and website Channel 102.
In 2013, Harmon wrote the book You'll Be Harmonic When You're Dead.
Harmontown was also a weekly podcast.
Daniel James Harmon was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on January 3, 1973. He graduated from Brown Deer High School in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, and Marquette University. He attended Glendale Community College in Glendale, California, for a short time,International Relations was born.
Harmon, as well as Rob Schrab, a member of the sketch troupe The Dead Alewives, was a member of ComedySportz in Milwaukee. In 1996, the Grand Master, Take Down the Grand Master, was released on an album. Harmon appeared on Milwaukee's Safehouse free comedy stage early in his career. A song about masturbation was a popular routine.
Harmon co-created Heat Vision and Jack (starring Owen Wilson and Jack Black) and many Channel 101 shows, some starring Black, Drew Carey, and Sarah Silverman. He co-created Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program and spent time as head writer on several episodes.
On two episodes of the Channel 101 web series Yacht Rock, a satiricalheightened history of soft rock, including stories about Templeman's collaborations with The Doobie Brothers, Michael McDonald, and Van Halen, Harmon portrayed a highly fictionalized version of Ted Templeman. On VH1, he was the creator, executive producer, and a featured performer in Acceptable.TV, a Channel 101-based sketch show airing for eight episodes in March 2007. The screenplay for Monster House, which was nominated for Academy Award-nominated film, was co-wrote by He and Rob Schrab. He is credited with writing Scud: The Disposable Assassin by Rob Schrab, as well as the spin-off comic book series La Costroid.
Harmon's sitcom Community, inspired by his own college experiences, was selected by NBC to be in the fall lineup in 2009. Harmon was an executive producer and showrunner for three seasons before being told that Harmon was being pushed out of his post on Community due to creative differences between himself and Sony executives. Harmon revealed on June 1, 2013 that he would be back to Community, co-showrunner alongside Chris McKenna; this was confirmed by Sony Pictures on June 10. After which Harmon announced on June 30, 2014 that Yahoo! Yahoo! announced on June 30, 2014, the show was cancelled after its fifth season in May 2014. The series, which was renewed for a 13-episode sixth season, will be available on Yahoo! The film is a movie showing.
Harmontown, a monthly live comedy show and podcast, began on May 23, 2011. Following his demo from Community, the show became weekly. Jeff B. Davis co-hosted the show. Harmontown has hosted a regular segment where the hosts played an ongoing campaign of pen-and-paper role-playing games, first Dungeons & Dragons and then Shadowrun, with show Game Master Spencer Crittenden's assistance. The segment was based on the Seeso original animated film HarmonQuest. Kumail Nanjiani, Curtis Armstrong, Mitch Hurwitz, Mitch Hurwitz, Aubrey Plaza, Eric Idle, Jason Sudeikis, Ryan Stiles, Ryan Stiles, Jason Sudeikis, Matt Hurwitz, Jason Sudeikis, Aaron Simpson, Jason Sudeikis, Jason Sudeikis, Ryan Stiles, Harmon's then-wife, and podcaster Erin McGathy have all appeared on the program, as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as well as tis thwait, as well as tis as in as as Harmon's, as as as as as as as Harmon's, as webmaster Erin McGa as as as Harmon's as in the show as as as athwait, as Julian McGa as as Hann's, as Harmon's as Harmon's as Brian McGathwait, Erin McGathwait, as Harmon's as Hondy's as Harmon's as Harmon's, as Harmon'ses as Harmon's as Harmony, as Harle, Webb Harmon and Davis appeared on tour in early 2013, including Austin, Nashville, Massachusetts, Brooklyn, Rhode Island, and others. The tour was the subject of a documentary film directed by Neil Berkeley that followed Harmon, Davis, McGathy, and Crittenden. On March 8, 2014, the documentary, also known as Harmontown, premiered at the Austin Film Festival SXSW. The Harmontown Twitter account announced on September 10, 2019 that the show would be coming to an end, and that the last episode was released on December 5, 2019.
Harmon co-founded Starburns Industries with several people, including Dino Stamatopoulos, who portrayed a fictional character named Star-Burns on Community during the first season of Community. The organization's first year, it produced a stop-motion version of Community that received the Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Animation. Starburns Industries was involved in the development of Rick and Morty and animated films Anomalisa and Bubbles. Moral Orel and Mary Shelley's Frankenhole are two other Adult Swim series.
Harmon wrote the book If You're Dead, Harmony When You're Dead.
In 2020, Harmon will leave the company.
During Harmon's yearlong absence from Community, Harmon and co-showrunner Justin Roiland began developing plans for an animated exhibition. Adult Swim ordered a 30-minute animated pilot from Harmon and Roiland for its fall 2012 season. Rick and Morty, a pilot, is about a brilliant yet mean-spirited entrepreneur and his lessutilisateur grandson. The show premiered on December 2, 2013 and was revived for second and third seasons. In May 2020, the series's fourth season will end. Harmony recalled the recurring character of Bird Person. verseas in May 2018. After Harmon and Roiland came to an agreement with Adult Swim, Rick and Morty were re-released for a further 70 episodes.
Harmon and Evan Katz would make Kurt Vonnegut's 1959 book The Sirens of Titan into a television show, according to a press release. No more information has been published as of October 20, 2021.
Fox had approved an animated comedy series from Harmon in June 2020. The film will be shot in Ancient Greece and will be a co-production between Fox Entertainment and Bento Box Entertainment. The film will premiere in 2023 as the first fully owned Fox series. It was announced on May 17, 2021, that the film would be called Krapopolis.