Bobby Mort Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Bobby Mort|
|Birth Place/City||United States|
|Famous for||Emmy Award winning writer|
|Married to||Laurel Coppock|
|Movies||Circle of Pain|
|TV Show||Louder Milk|
Bobby Mort is an Emmy Award-winning writer who serves as a writer and executive producer. He has written numerous hit TV programs, including The Colbert Report and Circle of Pain. In collaboration with Peter Farrelly, he also created an original half-hour scripted comedy series, Loudermilk.
Mort is married to actress Lauren Coppock for a long time. The power couple is also blessed with a child.
Early Life and Career
Bobby Mort was born in the United States of America. Regarding his nationality and ethnicity, Mort is a White American. He trained as an improv and sketch comedian in Chicago. The writer and producer started his career working in theatre.
Mort made an appearance at the IO Theatre in People of Earth. He gained immense popularity after writing the story of Beatdown. He also wrote the screenplays for Lockdown and Circle of Pain.
He appeared on the talk show of The Colbert Report, for which he received an Emmy Award. He is recognized as the founding member of the sketch comedy trio Maximum Party Zone.
In 2017, Mort created an original half-hour scripted comedy series, Loudermilk, in collaboration with Peter Farrelly.
Bobby Mort is married to American actress, his longtime girlfriend Laurel Coppock.
Mort and his wife Coppock have a child. There is no details about the child, but the parents feel blessed and have shared that the kid made their bond stronger. Together since a long time, the couple is happily married with no news of extramarital affair or divorce.
Bobby Mort is a successful writer and producer. He has earned a good net worth from his career, estimated to be in six figures but the actual figure is not public.
Mort won an Emmy Award as a writer for one of the best late-night shows The Colbert Report. The award’s status price was $400 in 2011, while the Los Angeles Times put the tag of $500 in 2009.