Michael Rotenberg

June 2018

Michael Rotenberg is a co-founder of 3 Arts Entertainment, the production and management company behind many television shows, including “Master of None,” “The Office,” “Parks & Recreation,” “30 Rock” and “The Mindy Project,” as well as the films “13 Hours,” “Edge of Tomorrow” and “Unbroken.”

Rotenberg produced the Emmy-nominated series “Silicon Valley” as well as “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Lopez,” “Insecure,” “Marlon,” “The Chris Rock Show,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” “The Mind of the Married Man,” “Beavis & Butt-Head,” “Superior Donuts” and the new series HAPPY TOGETHER, on the Network.

In addition, he has produced numerous comedy specials, including Chris Rock’s “Bigger and Blacker” and “Never Scared”; Howie Mandel’s “Hooray for Howiewood”; Dave Chapelle’s “Killin’ Them Softly”; D.L. Hughley’s Peabody Award-winning “The Endangered Species” and “Going Home”; George Lopez’s “It’s Not Me, It’s You” and “The Wall”; and Marlon Wayans’ “Woke-Ish.”

Rotenberg won Emmy Awards for producing the animated television series “King of the Hill” and the comedy specials “Chris Rock: Bring the Pain” and “Richard Jeni: Platypus Man.”

Rotenberg’s feature film producing credits include “Extract,” “Office Space,” “Head of State,” “Down to Earth,” “Son-in-Law” and “Reign Over Me.”