Dan Harmon is a writer and performer, and, along with Rob Schrab, a founder of the alternative television network/website Channel 101. He co-created the television pilot Heat Vision and Jack starring Owen Wilson and Jack Black and Computerman, and several Channel 101 shows, some featuring Jack Black, Drew Carey and Sarah Silverman. He co-created Comedy Central's The Sarah Silvermanw Program and served as head writer for several episodes. He was the creator, executive producer and a featured performer in Acceptable.TV, a Channel 101-based sketch show airing for 8 episodes in March 2007 on VH1. He and Schrab co-wrote the screenplay for the Academy Award nominated film Monster House (not related to the Discovery Channel television show by the same name). Currently, he and Schrab are writing a screenplay for a possible feature film version of Heat Vision and Jack, their failed 1999 pilot for the FOX network.
Harmon is a noted follower of Joseph Campbell. On the Channel 101 website, several essays regarding Harmon's interpretation of the Monomyth can be found.
Harmon was a member of ComedySportz Milwaukee where he also co-founded (alongside Rob Schrab) the sketch troupe The Dead Alewives. They produced an album in 1996 entitled Take Down The Grand Master.
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^ Keveney, Bill (2007-03-23). "'Acceptable.TV' puts the Net in comic vignettes". USA Today. Retrieved on 2008-08-02.
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