Rob Kutner is a writer for TBS’ Conan and the author of the satirical end-of-times bestseller Apocalypse How: Turn the End Times into the Best of Times! and the new Amazon Kindle e-bestseller The Future According to Me. He has also written for The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, won four Emmies writing for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”, and contributed to its bestseller, America (The Book). Other writing includes HBO’s “Dennis Miller Live,” as well as humor and feature pieces for the Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, and Maxim. He has collaborated with his wife, TV writer/producer Sheryl Zohn (”Straight Plan for the Gay Man,” “Penn & Teller: Bullshit!”), on the comedy short “The Last Parody,” and the Raw Impressions movie musical “Til Birth Do Us Part.”
Born in Atlanta and educated at Princeton University, Kutner has also lived in St. Petersburg, Russia and been deported from Uzbekistan (really). Kutner has also received a Peabody, Television Critics’ Association award, a Grammy for the audiobook of America, and was named a “SuperJew” by Time Out New York. He is still waiting for his superpowers to kick in.