Matt Selman

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Matthew Selman (born September 9, 1971) is an American writer and producer.wikipedia
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Natural Born Kissers

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He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife".
It was the first episode written by Matt Selman and was the only episode to be directed by Klay Hall.

Behind the Laughter

He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife". Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
The episode was directed by Mark Kirkland and written by Tim Long, George Meyer, Mike Scully and Matt Selman.

Simpsons Bible Stories

He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife".
"Simpsons Bible Stories" was written by Matt Selman, Larry Doyle and Tim Long, and was the first episode Nancy Kruse directed for The Simpsons.

The Simpsons Movie

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He also co-wrote the 2007 film adaptation of the show, as well as the video games The Simpsons: Road Rage, The Simpsons Hit and Run and The Simpsons Game.
Eventually in 2001, producers James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Richard Sakai and Mike Scully began development of the film, and a writing team consisting of Brooks, Groening, Jean, Scully, Ian Maxtone-Graham, George Meyer, David Mirkin, Mike Reiss, Matt Selman, John Swartzwelder and Jon Vitti was assembled.

The Food Wife

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He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife".
The episode was written by Matt Selman.

Trilogy of Error

He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife".
"Trilogy of Error" was directed by Mike B. Anderson and written by Matt Selman.

The Dad Who Knew Too Little

He has written 19 episodes of the show, including "Natural Born Kissers" which the show's creator Matt Groening listed as his eighth favorite episode in 2000., "Behind the Laughter", "Trilogy of Error", "Simpsons Bible Stories" (for which he won an Annie Award), "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" (for which he won a Writers Guild of America Award) and also "The Food Wife".
"The Dad Who Knew Too Little" was written by Matt Selman and directed by Mark Kirkland as part of the fourteenth season of The Simpsons (2002–03).

The Simpsons Game

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He also co-wrote the 2007 film adaptation of the show, as well as the video games The Simpsons: Road Rage, The Simpsons Hit and Run and The Simpsons Game.
It features an original storyline written by The Simpsons writers Tim Long, Matt Selman, and Matt Warburton.

Husbands and Knives

Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
It was written by Matt Selman and directed by Nancy Kruse.

They Saved Lisa's Brain

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Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
"They Saved Lisa's Brain" was directed by Pete Michels and written by Matt Selman, although the idea for the episode was pitched by former staff writer George Meyer.

The Haw-Hawed Couple

Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
It was written by Matt Selman and directed by Chris Clements.

Future-Drama

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Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
Matt Selman wrote the episode, and Mike B. Anderson served as director.

That '90s Show

Other episodes he has written include "Behind the Laughter", "They Saved Lisa's Brain", "Husbands and Knives", "The Haw-Hawed Couple", "Future-Drama" and "That '90s Show".
The episode was written by Matt Selman, and directed by Mark Kirkland.

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He studied history at the University of Pennsylvania and served as Editor-in-Chief for the 34th Street Magazine.
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He graduated from Beaver Country Day School in 1989.
Matt Selman, writer and producer for The Simpsons

The Simpsons

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Selman then joined the writing staff of The Simpsons, where he has remained, rising to the position of executive producer.
The film was directed by long-time Simpsons producer David Silverman and written by a team of Simpsons writers comprising Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, Al Jean, George Meyer, Mike Reiss, John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti, David Mirkin, Mike Scully, Matt Selman, and Ian Maxtone-Graham.

Jaws Wired Shut

"Jaws Wired Shut" (2002)
The episode was written by Matt Selman and directed by Nancy Kruse.

Tim Long

Alongside Tim Long and Matt Warburton he wrote the game's storyline; they wanted to create something that appealed to the fans of the show, and was, in its own right, "a great new game".
"Simpsons Bible Stories" (with Matt Selman and Larry Doyle) (1999)

All's Fair in Oven War

"All's Fair in Oven War" (2004)
Matt Selman wrote the episode, and Mark Kirkland served as director.

O Brother, Where Bart Thou?

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"O Brother, Where Bart Thou?" (2009)
The episode, written by Matt Selman and directed by Steven Dean Moore, received positive reviews from critics.

Simpsons Tall Tales

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"Simpsons Tall Tales" (2001)
"Simpsons Tall Tales" was directed by Bob Anderson and written by John Frink, Don Payne, Bob Bendetson and Matt Selman.

Eight Misbehavin'

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"Eight Misbehavin'" (1999)
"Eight Misbehavin'" was written by Matt Selman and directed by Steven Dean Moore as part of the eleventh season of The Simpsons (1999–2000).

Bart Gets a 'Z'

"Bart Gets a 'Z'" (2009)
The episode was written by Matt Selman, and directed by Mark Kirkland.

Heartbreak Hotel (The Simpsons)

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"Heartbreak Hotel" (along with Renee Ridgeley) (2018)
The episode was written by Matt Selman and Renee Ridgeley.

Lisa the Tree Hugger

"Lisa the Tree Hugger" (2000)
"Lisa the Tree Hugger" was written by Matt Selman and directed by Steven Dean Moore as part of the twelfth season of The Simpsons (2000–2001).