Seth Weitberg has worked as the co-executive producer of Drunk History on Comedy Central (Emmy-nominated) and co-executive producer of VH1’s Barely Famous. Previously, he was a writer for Mash Up on Comedy Central and worked on Larry Wilmore’s Race, Religion and Sex on Showtime.


Weitberg started performing improvisation and sketch comedy at Duke University before transplanting to Chicago, where he was a regular performer at the iO Theater with such groups as Bullet Lounge, Nogoodnicks and Family Tree House Boat Accident. He was a regular cast member in the Armando Diaz Experience and the creator and co-head writer of the critically acclaimed, Late Night Late Show.


Weitberg travelled the country for three years, writing and performing sketch comedy and improvisation with The Second City Touring Company.  He went on to write five sketch comedy revues for Second City Theatricals in Boston (Huntington Theatre), Washington D.C. (Woolly Mammoth Theatre), Cincinnati (Cincinnati Playhouse) and two in Atlanta (Alliance Theatre).


Weitberg’s writing has been seen on many stages in Chicago, in three one-man shows, with the sketch comedy group, Hooray For Fun and in A Moment Alone, a collection of monologues, slam poetry and ‘60s-era soul ballads. He served as the lead humor writer for The Chicago Tribune and co-head writer at 104.3 Jack FM, and was a contributor to TimeOut Chicago, The Chicago Reader and Chicago Magazine .


He now lives in Los Angeles where in addition to writing and producing television, he wrote and produced the web series Harder Than It Looks, he can be seen performing stories around town and in the cast of The Armando Show at the iO Theater.