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  • Harris Wittels, 'Parks and Rec' producer, dies at 30

    Harris Wittels, 'Parks and Rec' producer, dies at 30
    Comedian and writer Harris Wittels came up through small, alternative clubs in L.A. Though his humor was offbeat and sometimes raw, he didn't want to get stuck in those venues, at least not exclusively.
  • Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Recreation' executive found at L.A. home

    Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Recreation' executive found at L.A. home
    Comedian and co-executive producer of NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Harris Wittels, was found dead Thursday at his Los Angeles home, authorities said. He was 30. Wittels' body was discovered by his assistant at 12 p.m. in the 2200 block of North...

    Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Rec' friends cite addiction

    Harris Wittels dead at 30: 'Parks and Rec' friends cite addiction
    Grief-stricken Hollywood stars say Harris Wittels, the co-executive producer of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" who was found dead Thursday at his Los Angeles home, struggled with addiction. Wittels, 30, was found at noon by his assistant at his home in...

    Rob Corddry jumps back into the whirlpool for 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2'

    Rob Corddry jumps back into the whirlpool for 'Hot Tub Time Machine 2'
    On an unseasonably warm February afternoon, Rob Corddry sat in the back of a town car wending its way through the streets of Los Angeles. The actor, making the promotional rounds for his new comedy "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," was heading toward an interview...

    At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime

     At 40, 'Saturday Night Live' is still in its prime
    "Saturday Night Live" is 40 years old this year. Forty years before its debut — Oct. 11, 1975, during the Ford administration — Jack Benny was in his third year on radio; the Marx Brothers were starring in "A Night at the Opera," their first...