Born on April 18, 1963, in Brookline, Mass., O'Brien was one of six children. After graduating as valedictorian from Brookline High School, he attended Harvard University, where he served as two-time president of The Harvard Lampoon.
From 1985 to 1993, O'Brien wrote for such comedy hits as HBO's "Not Necessarily the News," "Saturday Night Live" and "The Simpsons." Then it was on to "Late Night," where he, sidekick Andy Richter and an ace writing staff oversaw such comic gems as Triumph the Insult Comic Dog and Pimpbot 5000.
The Rutles -- a Beatles wanna-be band from Liverpool, the same English town that the Fab Four called home -- are once again the subject of a pseudo-documentary by nerdy TV reporter S.J. Krammerhead (Eric Idle) in this hilarious sequel. Visit with vocalist Ron Nasty (Neil Innes), guitarist Stig O'Hara (Ricky Fataar), bassist Dirk McQuickley (Idle) and drummer Barry Womble (John Halsey) as they recall their journey to the top.
- Robot Chicken Star Wars
- Robot Chicken Star Wars: Episode II
- Johnny Carson: King of Late Night
- Dr. Katz: The Complete Series
- Spin City: Vol. 2
- Lateline: The Complete Series
- America: A Tribute to Heroes
- Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns
- Roast of Denis Leary: Uncensored
- Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
- Conan O'Brien Can't Stop