Mike White

Mike White is an award winning writer, director, actor and producer. His writing credits range from the indie black comedies “Chuck and Buck,” “The Good Girl” and “Year of the Dog” to main-stream comedy hits “School of Rock,” “Orange County” and “Nacho Libre.” His TV credits include the short-lived but critically praised “Freaks and Geeks” and “Pasadena.” White made his directorial debut with the self-penned Year of the Dog at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, which was also nominated for Best Screenplay at the Independent Film Awards.

White’s critically acclaimed Golden Globe nominated HBO television series “Enlightened” recently completed a two season run, which White created and co-stared in with Laura Dern. He wrote all the episodes for both the first and second season and directed nearly half of them as well.

Along with appearing in many of his films, White is known for twice competing in the Emmy-winning “Amazing Race” with his father, Mel.


Saturday, February 1st, 8pm, The Eureka Theatre BUY TICKETS

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Sunday, February 2nd, 1pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS