Andy Breckman serves as Creator and Executive Producer of the USA Network Original Series Monk.
Breckman started writing comedy full-time in 1982 as part of the original staff of Late Night with David Letterman. He worked for Saturday Night Live for several seasons, contributing many memorable sketches, including the one "where Eddie Murphy went around as a white guy" and "Japanese Game Show" with Chris Farley and Mike Myers.
His feature screenplays include Moving, I.Q., Sgt. Bilko, and most recently, Rat Race, which was directed by Jerry Zucker.
Breckman's television credits include Comedy Central's TV Funhouse and the 2003 Academy Awards with Steve Martin.
For the last 15 years, Breckman has co-hosted a weekly radio show on WFMU in Jersey City called "Seven Second Delay."
Breckman has five children and lives in New Jersey with his wife, documentary producer Beth Landau.
He has trouble making friends.