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Robert Carlock is an executive producer and the co-head writer of NBC's Emmy Award-winning comedy series "30 Rock." On "30 Rock," in addition to three Emmy wins for Outstanding Comedy Series, Carlock has been nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series three times (for the episodes "Jack-tor," "Apollo, Apollo" and "Kidney Now!"). He has also won multiple Producers' and Writers' Guild Awards, including twice winning the Writers' Guild Award for Outstanding Script (for "Apollo, Apollo" and "When It Rains It Pours"). Carlock's work on "30 Rock" has also garnered him a Comedy Central Comedy Award, a Golden Nymph from the Monte Carlo Television Festival, recognition from the American Film Institute, a GLAAD Award (for the episode "Klaus and Greta"), a Humanitas Nomination (for the episode "Believe in the Stars"), a Golden Globe and a Peabody Award.
Prior to joining "30 Rock," Carlock was a writer and producer for the NBC sitcom "Friends" for three years, during which time the show won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series and three People's Choice Awards. He was also a co-executive producer of "Joey," the People's Choice Award-winning spin-off of "Friends." He spent five years on "Saturday Night Live" as a staff writer and was nominated for both an Emmy and a Writers' Guild Award. In 2009, he won a Writers' Guild Award as a guest writer on the show. While at "SNL," he produced "Weekend Update" for two years, including the first year that the segment was hosted by Jimmy Fallon and "30 Rock" creator Tina Fey. He started his career as a writer for ABC's "The Dana Carvey Show."