Tim McAuliffe

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Tim McAuliffe
BornSeptember 18[ citation needed ]
Montreal, Quebec [ citation needed ]
Occupation Comedy writer, television producer, actor

Tim McAuliffe (born September 18[ citation needed ]) is a Canadian comedy writer, television producer and occasional actor from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, known for his work on The Last Man On Earth, The Office , Late Night with Jimmy Fallon , Up All Night , Corner Gas , This Hour Has 22 Minutes , [1] and creating the TV series Son Of A Critch and Happy Together (CBS).[ citation needed ]



Tim is a writer/producer who is currently the Co-Creator/Executive Producer of CBC's Son Of a Critch. He has also serves as showrunner on the upcoming Paramount Plus show, Players. He is also a writer/producer on Peacock's MacGruber (starring Will Forte, Kriten Wiig, and Ryan Phillippe). His past credits include, writer/producer for NBC's The Office, writer/executive producer for FOX's Last Man On Earth, writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, writer/producer of NBC's Up All Night, and executive producer/creator of CBS's Happy Together.

In Canada, he was showrunner/executive producer/writer on CBC TV's long-running (24 years) This Hour Has 22 Minutes , a writer for English Canada's most successful sitcom of all time, CTV's Corner Gas , and the creator/executive producer/showrunner of CTV's Satisfaction.  He has also written a series of live gala performances at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.  He has won two Writers Guild of Canada Awards.


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Awards and nominations

McAuliffe has received peer and industry recognition for his work on This Hour Has 22 Minutes .

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