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|Born||February 24, 1968|
|Voice of||Dib Membrane|
As a screenwriter, he co-wrote the extended pilot episode of the USA Network original series Psych with Steve Franks, as well as "Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece" (with Franks), and "9 Lives". He has also scripted three episodes of the ABC sitcom Freddie: "Dollars and No Sense (1x09)," "Freddie and the Hot Mom (1x20)" (with Kristen Marvin Hughes), and "Open and Shut (1x21)" (with Hughes).
In 2000, Berman wrote and directed the short film Bit Players, starring Verne Troyer. Aside from Invader Zim, he is most well-known for his writing contributions to the show Psyche. At InvaderCON 2011, fans requested he say "I love you, Zim!" as a Dib puppet, and he did as they asked.
Berman was born Andrew Mark Berman in Chicago, Illinois on February 24, 1968. He is the brother of Lauren Berman Rawitz, herself a theatre and television actress whose credits include appearances on Mr. Belvedere and The Young and the Restless.
Berman produced and wrote for some various television series, such as being the director, executive producer, and writer for Psych and as the writer for Freddie. He voiced Dib Membrane in Invader Zim and, five years after the show cancellation, in the crossover video game SpongeBob SquarePants featuring Nicktoons: Globs of Doom.
|1991||Shadows and Fog||Student|
|1993||Rookie of the Year||Ernie|
|1996||The Sunchaser||Person in Oncology|
|1998||Telling You||Howard Gurtler|
|2002||The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest||Old man|
|2006||The Enigma with a Stigma||Andy The Barber|
|2019||Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus!||Dib Membrane|
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