This launched his animation career as a writer and producer on such series as "Family Guy" and "Futurama." Along the way he was awarded 5 Emmy nominations (with 1 win), 2 Annine Awards (with 1 win) and a WGA Award for his Futurama episode, "Game of Tones." Mike was also co-exectuive producer on Comedy Central's animated series "Brickleberry" and a contributing writer on Danny Mc Bride's animated series CHOZEN on FX.

In 2013 he wrote and produced a documentary on The Improv comedy club.

But you can be sure the TV show won't be venturing into territory so mundane. At the Worst-Case Institute, which must be where suitcases and briefcases go when they flunk out of the Good Housekeeping Institute, the focus is on danger with a capital D-cup.

Episodes of "Worst-Case Scenario" also feature face-offs between two "expert" competitors in endeavors such as outdoor survival or firefighting, segments with "Gear Girl" Danielle Burgio (a stuntwoman who tries out gadgets that are supposed to protect us in emergencies), and a segment in which "volunteers" try to conquer their worst fears.

Sounds a little like NBC's "Fear Factor," doesn't it?

This talented man has gained much respect and income throughout his career that he deserves.

He was selected as a scout in the School of the Blind, while performing there he used to read aloud to the students.

As if to lend gravity to the situation, Rowe is surrounded by lab-coated people at the institute, some carrying clipboards and looking very serious.

But, Mike, how will we get good at it if we don't practice? Regular rehearsal, maybe once a week or twice a week, would be a good thing, no? We should just watch the experts from the Worst-Case Institute -- honest, I'm not making this up -- and file away the information for use later.

This is the reason that no one knows that when this couple will tie knot.

But source confirmed that currently she is his girlfriend dating in 2016. He has dedicated his one of the famous show Dirty Jobs to his grandfather and father.

Mike, as a teenager, started as a stand up comic in New York City where he performed at such notable clubs as The Improv, The Comedy Cellar and Caroline's.

From there he landed a job writing jokes for SNL's Weekend Update and sketches for shows on MTV, A&E and Comedy Central.

Do you (a) force yourself to watch the premiere of "Worst-Case Scenario," (b) hurl yourself headfirst at the TV and shatter the picture tube, or (c) break a window with your feet, leap into the shrubbery (making sure to land flat on your back to spread out the force of impact), and tuck and roll to a neighbor's house? It's TV cashing in on a publishing phenomenon that now encompasses several categories, such as travel, dating, even golf.