Michael Schur

Michael Schur is the creator and executive producer of the NBC comedy “The Good Place.”  He is also the co-creator and executive producer of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” and an executive producer of “Master of None” on Netflix.  Previously, he co-created and executive produced the critically acclaimed “Parks and Recreation,” and before that spent four years as a writer-producer on the Emmy Award-winning NBC hit “The Office,” where he was individually nominated twice, for writing the episodes “Christmas Party” and “The Negotiation.”  His first TV writing job was at “Saturday Night Live,” where he spent seven seasons, including three as the producer of “Weekend Update” with Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon.

Andrew Law

Andrew Law is a television writer, with credits including The Good Place, Silicon Valley, and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Chris Encell

Chris Encell always wanted to be a comedy writer. Unfortunately, he came from a town where wanting to write comedy was as realistic as wanting to be a superhero. But Chris didn’t let guidance counselors (or his parents) deter him. He wrote plays in high school, emceed beauty pageants in college and spent years as a Writers’ Assistant in the hopes that one day someone would think “he’s a terrible assistant, but maybe he can write.” Chris now writes for NBC’s The Good Place and Netflix’s On My Block.

Cord Jefferson

Cord Jefferson’s TV credits include The Good Place, Master of None, Succession, and the upcoming HBO series Watchmen.

Dan Schofield

Dan Schofield is a television writer living in Los Angeles, CA

Dylan Morgan

Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan are co-executive producers of the NBC comedy “The Good Place.” They have written multiple episodes of the show, including “The Trolley Problem,” which won the 2018 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation – Short Form. Other credits include four seasons on NBC’s award-winning comedy series “30 Rock”, multiple episodes of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, and a slew of other shows such as “Monk”, “Great News”, and the cult classic TV series “Upright Citizens Brigade.” In addition to writing for “The Good Place,” Josh also plays the role of “Glenn.”

Jen Statsky

Jen Statsky is a writer/producer, currently working as a Supervising Producer on THE GOOD PLACE for NBC and FOREVER for Amazon, as well as a Co-Executive Producer on BROAD CITY for Comedy Central. Prior to that, she was an executive story editor on PARKS AND RECREATION for NBC and LADY DYNAMITE for Netflix. Jen has also worked as a staff writer on HBO’s HELLO LADIES, Comedy Central’s ANOTHER PERIOD, and LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON. Jen began her career as a contributing writer and associate producer at THE ONION. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and currently resides in Los Angeles.

Josh Siegal

Josh Siegal and Dylan Morgan are co-executive producers of the NBC comedy “The Good Place.” They have written multiple episodes of the show, including “The Trolley Problem,” which won the 2018 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation – Short Form. Other credits include four seasons on NBC’s award-winning comedy series “30 Rock”, multiple episodes of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, and a slew of other shows such as “Monk”, “Great News”, and the cult classic TV series “Upright Citizens Brigade.” In addition to writing for “The Good Place,” Josh also plays the role of “Glenn.”

Kassia Miller

Kassia Miller has written for The Good Place, Last Man on Earth and Trial & Error. Her pilot Imaginary Friend was produced by NBC. Kassia is an alum of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York. Kassia worked as a lawyer before dedicating herself to writing and performing comedy full-time. She is originally from Virginia and loves country music unironically.

Kate Gersten

Kate Gersten is a graduate of the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwrights Program at The Juilliard School under the mentorship of Marsha Norman and Christopher Durang. Her play Benefit of the Doubt was produced at The Juilliard School, and was further developed at the Roundabout where she currently is under commission. Her other plays include A Body of Work, (also developed at Roundabout), The Untitled Priscilla Presley Musical (with Dolly Parton), Be Your Best Friend, (2012 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference Finalist, developed at Roundabout), Father Figure, and Exposed! The Curious Case of Shiloh and Zahara (Stage 13, MITF, Outstanding New Play award.) Kate is a writer on the Golden Globe winning TV series “Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon), and the NBC comedy “The Good Place.”  She has developed pilots at FOX, Showtime and CBS. Kate is a three-time recipient of the Lincoln Center Le Comte de Nouy Prize. In addition to her studies at Juilliard, Kate did her undergraduate work at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television.

Megan Amram

Megan Amram is currently a co-executive producer of The Good Place and has written on the show since season 1. She has previously written for The Simpsons, Parks & Recreation, Silicon Valley, Transparent, Childrens Hospital, and the Oscars. Her first book Science…For Her! was published in 2014. She was nominated for two Emmys for her 2018 webseries, An Emmy For Megan.

Matt Murray

Matt Murray has written for Saturday Night Live, Community, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn 99, and Forever.  He did not, despite what IMDB would have you believe, take a leave of absence from SNL in 2001 to work as a PA on a made-for-TV remake of Brian’s Song.

Rae Sanni

Rae Sanni is a stand up comedian and writer from Brooklyn, NY. In addition to her work on ‘The Good Place’, Rae has been a writer on Fox’s ‘Rel’ and Comedy Central’s ‘The President Show’.  In 2017, Rae was named one of Just for Laughs New Faces of Comedy and was featured in Comedy Central’s Up Next showcase at Colossal Clusterfest that same year. Rae’s writing has been featured in Vulture, The Decider, and Buzzfeed. She also cohosts Misandry with Marcia and Rae, a satirical podcast about final wave feminism.