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Greg Daniels Says He Got Inspired By His Barber!

Greg Daniel reveals his barber doesn’t even know about it!

The Emmy Award-Winning comedian Greg Daniels is the famous American TV comedy producer, director, and writer.

He is known for his amazing work on many Television series and he is renowned for his authentic work in the series of The Office, Saturday Night Live, Parks and Recreational, The Simpsons, and King of the Hill.

Currently, he is working on his new television project “Upload”. The plot revolves around a man who is able to choose his own afterlife after his untimely death.

He reveals that one of the characters that were of Nathan Brown that is being played by Robie Amell in Upload is an inspiration which he revealed saying:

“The character of Nathan, who is the guy who gets uploaded, is actually initially based on my barber in Los Angeles who is a very attractive Persian guy and he doesn’t know that I’ve based this on him.”

He further added:

“But it was in the earlier drafts and I also wrote a lot of it in Westwood, California which is like the big Persian community center. So, and part of it was in the early drafts was that he was a bit of a fish out of water because he showed up in his girlfriend’s family’s version of the afterlife which wasn’t really his cultural situation.”

The Amazon Original also stars Andy Allo, Kevin Bigley, Owen Daniels, Allegra Edwards, and Zainab Johnson. The Upload series is created by Greg Daniels himself that is a quirky sci-fi comedy that all set to launch on amazon prime video on May 1, 2020.

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