David Javerbaum Signs With Paradigm (EXCLUSIVE)

Thirteen-time Emmy winner David Javerbaum has signed with Paradigm for representation.

Javerbaum spent 11 years at “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” as a writer (1999-2002), head writer (2003-2006) and executive producer (2007-2010). During that time, he won 11 Emmys and two Peabody Awards.

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Javerbaum is the co-EP of the “Beavis and Butt-Head” revival, which aired its first two seasons on Paramount+ but is moving to Comedy Central for its forthcoming third season. He is also the co-creator of Netflix’s sitcom “Disjointed” with Chuck Lorre.

Elsewhere on TV, Javerbaum was also a consulting producer for “The Late Late Show With James Corden” from 2015 to 2023. He also wrote four Tony Awards opening numbers (two of which went on to win Emmys), including Neil Patrick Harris’ “Not Just for Gays Anymore.”

In the theater world, Javerbaum penned the play “An Act of God,” which ran on Broadway and starred Jim Parsons in 2015 and Sean Hayes in 2016. He was also the lyricist for the 2008 musical “Cry-Baby.”

Javerbaum co-wrote the best-selling book “The Daily Show Presents America: The Book” and its follow-up, “The Daily Show Presents Earth: The Book.”

He is the author of three additional books: “What to Expect When You’re Expected (The Fetus’s Guide to the First Three Trimesters),” “The Last Testament: A Memoir by God” and “The Book of Pslams: 97 Divine Diatribes on Humanity’s Total Failure.”

He continues to be represented by 3 Arts Entertainment, and Nancy A. Rose at Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham LLP.

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