Cherry Chevapravatdumrong Bio, Age, Family Guy, The Orville


Cherry Chevapravatdumrong is an American writer, comedian, and producer. She served as an executive producer on Rosie’s Rules and Family Guy (where she was the sole female writer at the time), as well as a co-executive producer on The Orville and Resident Alien.

How old is Chevapravatdumrong? Age

Also known as Cherry Cheva, the comedian  is 46 years old as of 1 December 2023. She was born in 1977 in Columbus, Ohio, United States.

Chevapravatdumrong Family – Education

Chevapravatdumrong was born in Columbus, Ohio, and reared in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He graduated from Huron High School in 1995. She majored in psychology at Yale University and wrote for The Yale Record, the college’s comedy magazine. She then received a Juris Doctorate from New York University Law School, where she wrote for the satirical Law Revue. During law school, she worked at law firms in the summers and waited tables at her parents’ restaurant during the winter.

What does Chevapravatdumrong do on Family Guy?

Chevapravatdumrong was previously the only female writer on Family Guy (as mentioned in the episode “Roasted Guy”) and a co-executive producer. Joyce Kinney’s real last name was utilized in its whole in the episode “And I’m Joyce Kinney”. When asked why she changed her name, Joyce says, “because they would never let that name (Chevapravatdumrong) on TV.”

In episode “Jesus, Mary, and Joseph!” Peter violates the fourth wall by rearranging the letters of her name in the opening credits to read “Chemotherapy vanguard vCr” (with one “r” left over, which he throws at Lois in a petulant rage when she points this out).

Peter again breaches the fourth wall in the episode “Dead Dog Walking” by stating that her address is 11700 Hollywood Way, North Hollywood, CA 91065 (an address that does not exist) and that she is also a lawyer.

American author and screenwriter Cherry Chevapravatdumrong Photo
American author and screenwriter Cherry Chevapravatdumrong Photo

In the episode “No Giggity, No Doubt,” Peter cites her name among examples of people (primarily other Family Guy characters, who are becoming increasingly obscure) who should go on an excursion with Meg. “Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, that’s how that name is pronounced.”

The Orville

Cherry is a co-executive producer and writer for The Orville, writing the episodes Firestorm, Home, Sanctuary, and Mortality Paradox. She eventually became a co-executive producer on The Orville and contributed to the writing of episode 10 of Season 1 Firestorm, as well as several subsequent episodes.

The Orville is an American television series produced by 20th Television that now airs on the streaming service Hulu after broadcasting its first two seasons on FOX. It tells the story of Captain Ed Mercer and the crew of the USS Orville as they explore space, battle foes, and deal with personal issues. While some, including The Orville’s own actors, consider the program to be genre-free, the majority believe it is allegorical science fiction with comedy aspects, meant to be “a return to classical storytelling” in which episodes mimic or criticize real-world events. Television critics were dissatisfied by the show’s failure to fit easily into a specific genre, with many claiming it was torn between comedy and science fiction.

Prior to its premiere, the show was marketed as utopian science fiction and an homage to previous science fiction television series, particularly Star Trek and the Twilight Zone.[3] Unlike the majority of previous shows, The Orville frequently employs humorous aspects to create a pleasant, inviting atmosphere, and the show’s primary characters are less “paragons of virtue” and more depictions of ordinary people in a highly sophisticated age of space travel.



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