Who is Lorne Michaels?
Lorne Michaels CC is a Canadian-American television screenwriter and producer best known for creating and producing Saturday Night Live and producing the Late Night series, The Kids in the Hall and The Tonight Show.
Born on November 17, 1944 (age 77 years), Toronto, Canada Lorne is said to be a father of three children and has so gotten married and divorced on two different occasions.
Michaels and his two younger siblings were raised in Toronto; he attended Forest Hill Collegiate Institute. He graduated from University College, Toronto, where he majored in English, in 1966.
|1979||Mr. Mike’s Mondo Video||Executive producer|
|1980||Gilda Live||Producer, writer|
|1984||Nothing Lasts Forever||Producer|
|1986||Three Amigos||Producer, writer|
|1993||Wayne’s World 2||Producer|
|1995||Stuart Saves His Family||Producer|
|1996||Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy||Producer|
|1998||A Night at the Roxbury||Producer|
|1999||Man on the Moon||Cameo as himself|
|2000||The Ladies Man||Producer|
|2012||The Guilt Trip||Producer|
|2015||Staten Island Summer||Producer|
|2016||Whiskey Tango Foxtrot||Producer|
|2017||Sandy Wexler||Cameo as himself|
|1970–1971||The Hart and Lorne Terrific Hour||Costar, writer, producer||Variety sketch series, CBC|
|Saturday Night Live||Executive producer, creator||Variety sketch series, NBC|
|1978||All You Need is Cash: The Rutles||Executive producer||Television movie|
|1982||The Concert in Central Park||Executive producer||Concert special, HBO|
|1984||The New Show||Producer||Variety sketch series, NBC|
|1988–1990||Sunday Night||Executive producer||Late night television, NBC|
|1988||40th Primetime Emmy Awards||Executive producer||Awards ceremony, NBC|
|1988–1995||The Kids in the Hall||Executive producer||Variety sketch series, CBC|
|1993–2009||Late Night with Conan O’Brien||Executive producer||Variety talk series, NBC|
|2002||The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch||Executive producer||Television film|
|2002||The Colin Quinn Show||Executive producer||Variety talk series, NBC|
|2006||Sons and Daughters||Producer||Television series, ABC|
|2006–2013||30 Rock||Executive producer||Television series, NBC|
|2009–2014||Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||Executive producer||Variety talk series, NBC|
|2011–2018||Portlandia||Executive producer||Variety sketch series, IFC|
|2011–2013||Up All Night||Executive producer||Television series, NBC|
|2013–2015||The Awesomes||Executive producer||Television series, Hulu|
|2014–present||The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||Executive producer||Variety talk series, NBC|
|2014–present||Late Night with Seth Meyers||Executive producer||Variety talk series, NBC|
|2014||Howard Stern Birthday Bash||Himself||Television special|
|2014–2015||Mulaney||Executive producer||Television series, Fox|
|2014||The Maya Rudolph Show||Executive producer||Variety talk series, IFC|
|2015–2017||Man Seeking Woman||Executive producer||Variety sketch series, FX|
|2015–present||Documentary Now!||Executive producer||Variety sketch series, IFC|
|2015||Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special||Executive producer, himself||Television special, NBC|
|2015||Adele Live in New York City||Executive producer||Television special, NBC|
|2016||Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee||Guest – Himself||Episode: “Everybody Likes to See the Monkeys”, Netflix|
|2016||Maya & Marty||Executive producer||Variety sketch series, NBC|
|2017–2018||Detroiters||Executive producer||Television series, Comedy Central|
|2017||The David S. Pumpkins Halloween Special||Executive producer||Television special, NBC|
|2018–2021||A.P. Bio||Executive producer||Television series, NBC/Peacock|
|2018||70th Primetime Emmy Awards||Executive producer||Awards ceremony, NBC|
|2018||Love, Gilda||Himself||Documentary, HBO|
|2018||Norm Macdonald Has a Show||Guest – Himself||Episode: “Lorne Michaels”, Netflix|
|2019–2021||Shrill||Executive producer||Television series, Hulu|
|2019–present||Miracle Workers||Executive producer||Television series, TBS|
|2019–present||The Other Two||Executive producer||Television series, Comedy Central/HBO Max|
|2019–present||Los Espookys||Executive producer||Television series, HBO|
|2020||Mark Twain Prize: Dave Chappelle||Himself||Awards ceremony, PBS|
|2020||Mapleworth Murders||Executive producer||Television series, Quibi|
|2021-present||Kenan||Executive producer||Television series, NBC|
|2021-present||That Damn Michael Che||Executive producer||Television series, HBO Max|
|2021-present||Schmigadoon!||Executive producer||Television series, Apple TV+|
|2021||Saturday Morning All Star Hits!||Executive producer||Television series, Netflix|
Lorne Michaels Wife: Who is Lorne Michaels Wife Alice Barry?
Michaels is married to Alice Barry, his former assistant. The pair got married in the year 1991.
Like her husband, Barry also has a career in the entertainment industry and famously worked on Saturday Night Live from 1989 to 1991.
Barry also worked for her husband as an assistant while at NBC.