Just finished making my new batch of Easter Eggs, 50 of them this year. Hope you dig them!
I'm part of a fun webseries about two dumb screenwriters who make life hell for whoever happens to be running the local coffeeshop they overrun. Season 2 begins by explaining what happened to the last owner of the coffeeshop. More episodes to come...
While I'm busy with that, here are the old ones!
Some super talented friends of mine are releasing a new album and have a campaign to raise funds for promotion. I might have abducted a member and posed as her but you can't prove it.
Here's a video from their last album, and holy smokes I just happen to be in it.
Got asked to be in this fun short. Really sticking it to Obama, or the Republicans. Or somebody.
These are a series of PSA's directed by my buddy Jared Ebehardt and starring Jacob Womack and Hot Girl Who's Name I Don't Remember.
Blink and you'll miss me!
Kraft Mac N Cheese
For some reason Coke Zero wanted a Christmas Sweater funny video, so very funny people chipped in to make this. I play Ghost number 3 (aka THE SEXIEST ghost) around 3:00.
This has something to do with me and religion and the last 15 years.
From our November New Money show at UCB.
Made this to go on my invite for my Christmas party, which was the night before Thanksgiving. Uh, sorry I maybe didn't invite you.
One of a new series of online spots...
From the UCB sketch team New Money's October show. With Casey Feigh, Mary Holland and me. Written by Aaron Preacher.
*Special fun: Watch for me forgetting the ONLY name I need to reember in this sketch, the one I'd already said 4 times. I am not good at what I do.
I can't hold my tongue anymore. Something needs to be said about a MONSTER.
Just want everyone to know I came up with the "hitting him in the face with the mic bit" because dammit I am a comedic legend.
Here's the poster I made for the upcoming Halloween show for my UCB sketch team! And an old sketch we did that I love.
With Alana Johnston and Matt Newell, written by Alison Agosti.
A couple years ago Joe Hartzler and I set out to make a movie. The plan was to make the first third on our own, and then surely, once the world saw our brilliance, money would come flooding in. Unfortunately the second part of our scheme didn't work out. And now, we're sick of leaving our film hidden and unseen. A lot of really wonderful people put a lot of their talents into this, and I am incredibly fond of it. This was a work of love, and I'm happy that it can live and hopefully make a couple people smile.
The feature we were planning was a road trip movie. We would visit all the big shots who claimed to know how to achieve happiness and find out they, like so many of the people out their saying they have the answers, were total liars. Joe would meet up with his ex, Barak would fall in love with a pop-star, the two would fight and make up, and eventually find themselves on the stage of HappyCon. And dog-gone-it, they would discover the key to happiness (which shall remain a secret until we eventually get funding to make this.)
We shot this in LA and Ohio, stole a lot of fun locations, involved our parents (my dad plays the mobile home business owner, and Joe's dad owns that actual business,) and did not pay a single friend for a thing. God, I wish we could afford to make the rest of this and pay people what they're worth.