Vance Degeneres

Vance is writing this bio in the third person so that he doesn’t sound so braggy. Vance’s first staff writing job was on the NBC show, “Errie, Indiana.” Following that, he wrote for a number of shows, including sitcoms, the Oscars, the Emmys, the Grammys, and has sold a number of pilots. Vance joined The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as a correspondent when Jon began hosting, and spent a great two and a half years there. After leaving the Daily Show, Vance spent six years as the co-president of Carousel Productions, Steve Carell’s production company at Warner Bros, where he was an executive producer on “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone”, and “Inside Comedy” on Showtime. He currently has a TV development deal with Telepictures Productions and AVGP. Also a life-long musician, Vance was a member of The Cold, House of Schock (on Capitol Records), and Cowboy Mouth. In real life, Vance rarely speaks in the third person.