4 wins & 35 nominations.
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(TV Series) (created by - 731 episodes, 1989 - 2022) (developed by - 731 episodes, 1989 - 2022) (written by - 4 episodes, 1990 - 1996)
(TV Series) (created by - 40 episodes, 2018 - 2021) (developed by - 40 episodes, 2018 - 2021) (written by - 1 episode, 2018)
(TV Series) (based on the characters created by: - 1 episode)
- Dead Bart
... (based on the characters created by: )
(TV Series) (created by - 124 episodes, 1999 - 2013) (developed by - 124 episodes, 1999 - 2013) (story by - 2 episodes, 2010) (written by - 1 episode, 1999)
The Simpsons Movie
(based on the television series "The Simpsons" created by - uncredited) / (based on the television series "The Simpsons" developed by - uncredited) / (screenplay)
(Video Game) (creator) / (creator)
10 Interviews |
6 Articles |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
Bat Groaning | Bat Groening | Brat Groening | Maaaaaaatt Groening | Mad Matt Groening | Mad Groening | Malevolent Matt Groening | Matt ''Mildly Frightening'' Groening | Matt ''Scary Nickname'' Groening | Matt 'Count Chocula' Groening | Matt 'El Monstro' Groening | Matt 'Funk Lord of USA' Groening | Matt 'Grave-Robbin' Groening | Matt 'Griddlecakes' Groening | Matt 'Merchandising' Groening | Matt 'Monstroso' Groening | Matt 'Mr Spooky' Groening | Matt 'Scary Nickname' Groening | Morbid Matt Groening | Mud Groening | Mummified Matt Groening | Rat Groening | Wotsa Matta U. Groening | Matt Gruesome | Bat Groin Injury | Matt Groin Injury | Grat Moaning | The Rock Bottom Remainders
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
On the television series [The Simpsons], a joke has to pass muster about 100 times before it gets on the air. On the movie, it's probably 1,000 times. There are jokes that were funny the first 350 times, and then, the 351st time, we go, "Ah, I'm kinda tired of that", so we change it. And what stays in are the most obvious, dumb, visceral, knee jerk, mayhem gags. Any time a character falls down, ...
Insists that his last name is properly pronounced "GRAY-ning" (rhymes with "raining"), as opposed to "GRO-ning" (rhymes with "moaning").
Cartoon characters with overbites