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Scott Jacobson

Scott Clementine Jacobson (born 1977) is an American comedy writer and winner of four Emmys for contributions to The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.[1] He has also written for The Academy Awards, Robert Smigel's TV Funhouse cartoons, and the Adult Swim show Squidbillies[2] and is currently a writer on Fox's animated show Bob's Burgers, in addition to working night shifts at the Hollywood Chick-fil-A. He grew up in North Carolina, where he attended the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Throughout high school he regularly participated in National High School Rodeo Association rodeos, particularly in the goat tying and team roping events.


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