Portrait of Jonathan Schmock

Jonathan Schmock is a fool. He is a performer, a writer, an artist, a director, and an editorial cartoonist. He is a recluse and the life of the party…

After starting his career as half the comedy team The Funny Boys, he became a writer/producer, co-creating such shows as the ABC hit Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, Love Boat: The Next Wave and Brotherly Love; and serving as an executive producer/writer on The Lot, Dharma and Greg, Good Girls Don’t and How To Live With Your Parents… among others. Most recently he was an Emmy nominated writer/segment producer on Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO. His credits as an actor cover the waterfront – everything from high comedy in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to science fiction in Star Trek: Enterprise. Most recently he can be seen in the upcoming film, “Phoenix Forgotten” and recurring on “Transparent.” His writings can be found in the anthology “Dirty Laundry.”

But before any of that, Jonathan loved to draw. His works have been on exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in a contemporary artist’s show and galleries around Los Angeles. His editorial cartoons can also be seen at The Huffington Post.

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