Tim Saccardo

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Tim Saccardo
Tim Saccardo
OccupationComedy writer, producer
Years active2003–present
Known for Community , Vice Principals , American Dad!

Tim Saccardo is an American TV and film comedy writer best known for working on the NBC series Community for four out of its six seasons. [1] [2] [3] [4]


His other credits include the HBO series Vice Principals , the Fox/TBS series American Dad! , [5] [6] and the TBS series 10 Items or Less.

Tim is also a longtime writer and director of comedy shows at Hollywood's Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. [7]

Early life and career

Tim was raised in Middletown, Rhode Island.

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