Billy Kimball is an Emmy award-winning writer and co-executive producer for the hit HBO series “Veep” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. He has also written nine episodes of "The Simpsons" and wrote the Academy Awards in 2016 and 2017. In 1992, he executive produced more than 40 hours of live coverage of that year's presidential election for Comedy Central under the rubric "Indecision '92."
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“[Billy Kimball] began his career on HBO’s sketch comedy satire Not Necessarily the News and went on the produce and co-host the talk show Afterdrive with Denis Leary on the Ha! network, which was the precursor to Comedy Central.”
On the HBO show “Veep,” Billy Kimball says, “There’s a type of comedy which is more moody, slower and character-driven. Our show is definitely on the joke-dense end of the spectrum.”
Veep writers, including Billy Kimball, take on the 2016 Republican National Convention.