Daniel Greaney is an American television writer. He is well known for his contributions to The Simpsons and The Office. He was hired during The Simpsons’ seventh season after writing the first draft of the episode “King-Size Homer”, but left after season eleven.
Greaney returned to the Simpsons staff during the thirteenth season. He attended Harvard College, where he was president of Harvard Lampoon and editor of the Harvard Lampoon’s nationally distributed parody of USA Today. He also worked as an editorial assistant at The Boston Globe.
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At Harvard Law School, he edited a student publication, competing against a rival publication edited by Barack Obama. He graduated from Harvard in 1987. After college, he worked as a reporter for USA Today and co-authored a book entitled Truly One Nation with USA Today founder Allen H. Neuharth.
He subsequently attended Harvard Law School and practiced law in New York for two years, during which time he co-founded PME, a television and media company operating in Ukraine and several other former Soviet republics.
Daniel Greaney coined the word embiggen in 1996 for “Lisa the Iconoclast,” an episode from season seven of The Simpsons. Greaney has worked on numerous film projects, most notably as a composer on Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.
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Greaney is credited with writing “Bart to the Future”, an episode of The Simpsons from 2000 that presented the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency, which would be realized sixteen years later. He stands at an appealing height of 1.75m and has a good body weight which suits his personality.
Daniel Greaney net worth
How much is Daniel Greaney worth? Daniel Greaney net worth is estimated at around $5 million. His main source of income is his primary work as a television writer. Daniel Greaney’s salary per month and other career earnings are over $200,000 dollars annually.