Nora Smith is an American writer, animator, and producer.
Smith works primarily as a writer on Bob's Burgers.
Smith has often been involved in the creation of songs/musical numbers on the show including the Harry Truman song from "Mother Daughter Laser Razor" and Happy/Crappy place from "Late Afternoon in the Garden of Bob & Louise."
Smith also designed the main titles for the show in collaboration with Rustam Bekmuradov.
In March 2019, Smith signed a multi-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV resulting in her being promoted to co-showrunner alongside Loren Bouchard to replace the retiring Jim Dauterive. At the same time, it was revealed that she had co-written the upcoming Bob's Burgers: The Movie with Bouchard. Smith is also the co-creator of Central Park with Josh Gad and Loren Bouchard, the animated musical sitcom for Apple TV+, originally for Fox.
- Smith animated the title sequence for Loren Bouchard's former show, Lucy: The Daughter of the Devil.
- She is married to fellow Bob's Burgers writer Jon Schroeder.
- Her father is Pete Smith, former writer/producer for Adult Swim series including Space Ghost: Coast to Coast and The Brak Show.
- When Pete Smith retired on September 28, 2017, Adult Swim honored him by airing every episode from seasons 1-6 of Bob's Burgers written by Nora (except for "The Cook, The Steve, The Gayle, & Her Lover" and including "World Wharf II: The Wharfening," an episode not written by Nora) and 20 episodes of The Brak Show.
- Purple Rain-union (co-written with Loren Bouchard)
- Wharf Horse (or How Bob Saves/Destroys the Town - Part I)