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Alan Zweibel was born on 20 May, 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, United States, is an Author, playwright, screenwriter, producer, director, actor, comedian. Discover Alan Zweibel's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 70 years old?

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Occupation Author, playwright, screenwriter, producer, director, actor, comedian
Age 72 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 20 May 1950
Birthday 20 May
Birthplace Brooklyn, New York, United States
Nationality American

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His wife is Robin Zweibel (m. 1979)

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Zweibel's close friendship and collaboration with Gilda Radner extended beyond their tenure at Saturday Night Live – as her last television appearance was on an episode of It's Garry Shandling's Show which Zweibel co-created and produced. After Radner's death from ovarian cancer, Zweibel wrote a bestselling book about their relationship titled Bunny Bunny: Gilda Radner – a Sort of Love Story which he later adapted into an off-Broadway play.

In addition to Bunny Bunny, Zweibel's other books include The Other Shulman – a novel that won the 2006 Thurber Prize for American Humor. His popular children's book, Our Tree Named Steve, was a Scholastic Book Club selection that has been translated into eleven languages, and his young adult novel, North, was made into a movie directed by Rob Reiner. A collection of short stories and essays, Clothing Optional, was published by Villard in 2008.


In 2011, Price World Publishing dusted off some stories Zweibel had written years ago into the eBook From the Bottom Drawer of: Alan Zweibel. Zweibel and Dave Barry collaborated to write the novel Lunatics which was published in January 2012.


In 2009, Zweibel was awarded an honorary PhD. by the State University of New York and the following year, he was awarded the Ian McLellan Hunter Lifetime Achievement Award by the Writers Guild of America, East


During his 5 years at Saturday Night Live (1975–1980), Zweibel wrote many memorable sketches, including the Samurai for John Belushi, and helped to create the characters of Roseanne Roseannadanna and Emily Litella, both portrayed by Gilda Radner. As an in-joke, Richard Feder of Fort Lee, New Jersey, a name and hometown often associated with the Roseannadanna character, was Zweibel's real life brother-in-law and did live in Fort Lee, New Jersey.


Zweibel was born in Brooklyn, New York City, to a Jewish family. He grew up in the New York City suburbs of Wantagh and Woodmere on Long Island. He graduated from George W. Hewlett High School in 1968 and the University at Buffalo in 1972.


Alan Zweibel (born May 20, 1950) is an American television writer, author, playwright, and screenwriter who was one of the original Saturday Night Live writers, a co-creator of It's Garry Shandling's Show, and consulting producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm. For the Broadway stage he collaborated with Billy Crystal on the Tony Award winning play 700 Sundays, won the Thurber Prize for American Humor for his novel "The Other Shulman," and, most recently, co-wrote a film with Crystal called Here Today that stars Crystal and Tiffany Haddish.