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Former Seinfeld writer Andy Robin delivers a funny take on the importance of collaboration (including caffeine and chocolate) in the creative process.


Andy Robin is an award-winning film and television writer, director, and producer. After graduating from Harvard College in 1990, Robin began his career at Saturday Night Live, where he co-wrote the popular “Copy Machine” sketches with Rob Schneider and helped launch the careers of Adam Sandler, David Spade, and Tim Meadows. When Jerry Seinfeld hosted SNL in 1992, his producers invited Robin to write for their then-cult sitcom Seinfeld. Robin moved to Los Angeles and began a seven-year stint on the blockbuster show.


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