14 Facts About Mitchell Hurwitz


Mitchell Donald "Mitch" Hurwitz was born on May 29,1963 and is an American television writer, producer, and actor.


Mitchell Hurwitz is best known as the creator of the television sitcom Arrested Development as well as the co-creator of The Ellen Show.


Mitchell Hurwitz is a contributor to The John Larroquette Show and The Golden Girls.


In 1976, when Mitchell Hurwitz was 12, he co-founded a chocolate-chip cookie business, called the Chipyard on Balboa Boulevard in Balboa Fun Zone in Newport Beach, California, in a former taco place, with his older brother, Michael, and his father, Mark.


Mitchell Hurwitz graduated from Estancia High School in Costa Mesa, California, and from Georgetown University in 1985 with a double major in English and theology.


Mitchell Hurwitz created Everything's Relative, a midseason comedy starring Jeffrey Tambor and Jill Clayburgh for NBC in 1999.


Mitchell Hurwitz was chosen by Ron Howard to create a sitcom about a rich dysfunctional family, which eventually turned into Arrested Development.


Mitchell Hurwitz wrote the pilot in 2002, which was filmed in March 2003.


Mitchell Hurwitz created Fox's animated comedy Sit Down, Shut Up, based on an Australian TV series of the same name, for the 2008 season.


Mitchell Hurwitz created Running Wilde, which aired for one season from 2010 to 2011.


Mitchell Hurwitz co-starred as "Cool Eric" in an episode of Workaholics titled "Dry Guys".


Mitchell Hurwitz plays a human resources representative who is aiding them in their pursuit of sobriety.


Mitchell Hurwitz starred as "Koogler" in the Community episode "App Development and Condiments", which aired on March 6,2014.


Mitchell Hurwitz reprised the role in "Modern Espionage", which aired on May 19,2015.