Donald Glover, Also Known as Childish Gambino, Credits His Pursuit of Writing to Tina Fey

Donald Glover credits his career and success to his first boss, Tina Fey, for inspiring him with her genuine sense of happiness.

"I decided I wanted to write for television because of Tina [Fey]. She was always so happy, and I was like, I want to be happy like that too," Glover told Wired.

He began his writing career after college, writing for "30 Rock." He has since gone on to write his own comedy series, "Atlanta," only to be awarded a 2017 Golden Globe for Best Actor - Television Series Musical or Comedy, and a 2016 Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series.

Glover is also known as alter-ego music star, Childish Gambino, with his hit song "3005," and album from 2016: "Awaken, My Love!"

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