|The Jew Producer|
|Drawn Together Character|
|Full Name||The Jew Producer|
|Age||Unknown, likely late 30s or early 40s|
|Voiced by||James Arnold Taylor|
The Jew Producer is the person in charge of the reality show, and is also the one who owns the house, sometimes serving as the villain of the show. He calls the housemates via intercom to inform them of reality show challenges and can be contacted when they need him. He looks like a man in a suit, except with a speaker where his head should be; this is a gag on the fact that prior to his first physical appearance, he was only heard as a voice on the intercom, the speaker of which looks like his head. His hairstyle closely resembles that of Donald Trump. He would appear to be the in-show representation of creators Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein, both of whom are also Jewish.
The Jew Producer is married and has a son, both of whom have speaker heads like himself. His wife, who is spoiled and demanding, is an amalgam of several Jewish stereotypes, in particular the Jewish princess. The Jew Producer's son, referred to as Jew Son, is voiced by co-creator Matt Silverstein. The three live together in a McMansion in the suburbs.
His relationship with the cast is a somewhat contentious one. He openly admits that he sometimes edits the show in order to produce something more exciting, a practice to which both Foxxy and Toot strongly object. The housemates often find themselves exasperated at the things he forces them to do in the name of ratings. He feels no qualms about insulting or verbally berating the housemates (especially Toot) when he feels the situation calls for it; nonetheless, he has a genuine affection for the group, and goes to great lengths to protect them from outside harm.
The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist: After the housemates demand a material prize of some sort, The Jew Producer disguises himself as Bucky Bucks (a parody of Richie Rich and Donald Trump) to give them that challenge. After the contest is over, he reveals that it was all a hoax, and then rips off his mask to reveal his true identity.
The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II: The Jew Producer makes the housemates bow down to his penis in a game of Simon Says to allow them to return to the newly rebuilt house after they had destroyed it.
The Drawn Together Clip Show: The Jew Producer hosts the show, promising that one of the housemates would be crowned winner of Drawn Together; however, at the end he announces that the viewer is the winner.
American Idol Parody Clip Show: The Jew Producer begins as the host of the series's second clip show; however, he becomes distraught when Xandir denies the affair the two had, then runs offstage and shoots two stage hands before finally shooting himself. Former American Idol co-host Brian Dunkleman takes over hosting duties for the rest of the episode.
The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!: The show is cancelled, but the Jew Producer fails to inform the housemates, instead letting them continue to live in the house for his own personal amusement. When the network head discovers that the housemates are still around, he tries to have them erased. The Jew Producer tries to stop him at this. The housemates end up getting away, and the network head is defeated, but the Jew Producer is killed in the process of helping the housemates escape. The Jew Producer's son shows up to inform the housemates that their show will remain cancelled, but they are going to be given a direct-to-DVD movie.
The Jew Producer also makes voice-only appearances in several other episodes, including "Gay Bash", "Requiem for a Reality Show", "Little Orphan Hero", "Clum Babies", "The Lemon-AIDS Walk", and "Spelling Applebee's".