|Born||February 12, 1970|
|Hometown||Dix Hills, New York|
|Season||The Real World: San Francisco|
Judd Winick is a roommate on The Real World: San Francisco.
Twenty-four-year-old Judd is a struggling animator/cartoonist. A cum laude graduate of the University of Michigan, he left college thinking he had a development deal with Universal Press Syndicate. However, six months into development, the deal was canceled and he was forced to move back in with his parents. Judd now supports himself doing freelance cartoon work for greeting cards, flyers and T-shirts.
After Real World
Judd lives in San Francisco, California with Pam. His comic strip "Frumpy the Clown" is syndicated in 30 papers. He also illustrates the "Idiot Guide" series of computer books. He and Pam co-hosted the MTV home video What Now? A Guide to Jobs, Money & the Real World. Judd is an Eisner award-winning cartoonist who writes for DC Comic's "The Green Lantern." He is the creator of the comic book series "The Adventures of Barry Ween, Boy Genius" for Oni Press and illustrates "The Complete Idiot's Guide" series. His autobiographical illustrated book, Pedro and Me, is a critically acclaimed, moving tribute to his castmate Pedro.