Mike Schwartz

Mike Schwartz is a successful writer, producer, and actor best known for his work on the long-running hospital sitcom "Scrubs." He produced over 100 episodes of the slapstick show, which centered on the lives of Dr. John "J.D." Dorian (played by Zach Braff) and his fellow members of the wacky and romantically dysfunctional staff at the fictional Sacred Heart Hospital. Schwartz also had a recurring role on the series, as Lloyd the Delivery Guy, who eventually upgraded to driving an ambulance. He is a co-producer and writer of "Big Lake," a 2010 Comedy Central series about a man who loses his job in the banking world and must move back in with his parents in Big Lake, Pennsylvania. Mike Schwartz has also appeared in a variety of feature films, including the superhero movie "The Specials," a 2000 action-comedy about a low-rent group of super-powered crime fighters desperately trying to make their mark.

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