Dominic Russo is a comedy writer, director and show creator. He is the Co-Creator and Executive Producer of the Comedy Central Series, Workaholics.

The webseries, which he created and wrote, 5thYear, was the genesis to Workaholics and was developed by Comedy Central. He wrote and Produced Season 1 of Workaholics, and is Executive Producer through five seasons of Workaholics.

Dominic is also the co-author of the book, “THE PARTY BIBLE, The Good Book for Great Times”. The book serves as the ultimate party planning guide, from a couple of scholars in the art of the party. The book offers dozens of ideas for throwing the ultimate party. Some party ideas: Tour De Franzia, The Donkey Punch Dinner Party, Brown Bag Surprise, Red Wine/White Suit Party, The Senior Citizen Games, McConaHaven (a Matthew Mcconaughey themed party), and Euro Trash Bash.

Dominic has worked with top level production companies from commercials to TV, where he has learned production from inside and out. He is currently writing new TV series concepts and directing comedy content. Dominic is focused on creating and writing new TV series as well as developing and writing existing property.

He is originally from San Francisco and now lives in Venice Beach. He used to be one of those awesome guys who lived on a sailboat (for three years); now he’s just a guy with a mortgage. He was once a roadie for Barbra Streisand and a semi-professional baseball player in Italy.



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