Simpsons Alumni Update: Richard Appel

Richard Appel came in at the tail end of the best of The Simpsons and was around for the last few good years.  He then went on to higher places at FOX and became a writer/producer for various other animated programs.  He’s going to continue doing that for at least three more yearsThe Hollywood Reporter describes the deal as a “rich seven-figure pact”.  Good for him.  Right now he’s working on Family Guy Spinoff #2.  Uh, less good for him, but whatever.  It’s always nice to see people who worked on the show doing well. 

1 Response to “Simpsons Alumni Update: Richard Appel”

  1. 1 LeRoy G.
    10 February 2010 at 6:34 pm

    Oh, well. Family Guy, Family Guy Spinoff #1, and Family Guy Spinoff #2 all show that you can pretty much throw crap at the wall and get paid for it.

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