The first head writer of Saturday Night Live who was also a major contributor to National Lampoon magazine, a popular humor magazine. He won Emmy Awards in 1976 and 1977 for his work on SNL.
He studied acting at the University of Rochester.
His first published work was called The Adventures of Phoebe Zeit-Geist, and it was an erotic satire.
He was born to parents, Michael and Barbara.
Like actor Horatio Sanz, he once worked on hit show Saturday Night Live.