George Reinblatt is a
comedy writer/producer whose credits are so varied, he literally needs a website to list
them all. Luckily for you, this is that
George was a staff
writer on the “Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber” where he wrote jokes for
Kevin Hart, Martha Stewart, Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, and of course, Justin
Bieber. Prior to that, George wrote
jokes for the past seven Comedy Central Roasts including James Franco’s and
Charlie Sheen’s - which not only broke records on Comedy Central in the USA,
but was the highest rated, non-sports, specialty show in Canadian history.
George was a staff
writer for two seasons on Comedy Central’s weekly roast series “The Burn With
Jeff Ross”. He also wrote material
for the Friar’s Club Roasts of Quentin Tarrantino, Boomer Esiason, and Betty
Of course, George’s
writing is not all about roasting.
In the past, George has written jokes for comedic greats such as Steve
Martin, Tina Fey, John Cleese, Jimmy Fallon, Craig Ferguson, and Kelly
Ripa. He even wrote jokes for
Howard Stern’s Birthday Bash.
George was the head
writer of the “MuchMusic Video Awards” for two years. He was a contributing monologue writer for the “Arsenio Hall
Show”. He also wrote for "NBC New Years Eve 2016 with Carson Daly".
George is also a
co-producer of the Comedy Central special “Jeff Ross Roasts Criminals” – a
comedy show shot in an actual prison. He was a Supervising Producer on "Almost Genius". He co-wrote the live stage show for Andre-Philipe Gagnon. And he even wrote material for John
Cleese’s latest DVD.
But to many, what George may be best known for is
writing the book and lyrics to the hit Off-Broadway show “Evil Dead The
Musical”. “Evil Dead” has played in over 170 cities across the
world including New York, Toronto, Chicago, Las Vegas, Tokyo, Madrid, Seoul,
and many more. It has had two very successful North American tours. It won the Dora
Audience Choice Award for Toronto’s Favourite Show, the Korean Tony for Best
Small Musical Production, and was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award
in New York for Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical. George was also an Associate Producer on the initial runs of the show.
But there's so much more to George than just
this. Click on any of the links on the left to learn more.