Back on this week's episode.
I appear on season 2 of Steven Soderbergh's The Knick. I play a multiple-episode role as a drunkard named Wendell.
A sketch I wrote was accepted into UCB's "I'm Cool" showcase.
The showcase, for UCB's best stuff in the last year, is Monday March 3 at 8pm at UCB Chelsea (307 W. 26th St.). I'm honored to have something in it.
My piece is a sketch from Maude Night called "Spanish Class Homework". (Here's an earlier performance of it.)
"Good Dads" --the sitcom pilot I co-wrote, -produced and -starred in with Michael Kayne, Nathan Russell and Adam Sacks--screens this week at the New York Television Festival.
The pilot is about three modern fathers who--contrary to the clueless, bumbling Dads typically seen on TV--are present, invested, and ready to kick parenthood's ass. Trailer here.
We're thrilled to be a part of the festival.
Monday Oct. 21, 730pm at Tribeca Cinemas 1 (54 Varick St.). Tickets here.
Monday Oct. 24, 845pm at Tribeca Cinemas 2 (54 Varick St.). Tickets here.
I'm one of the writers on the inaugural MovieCram at UCB this Saturday. A lot of really talented writers, directors and actors are working together to make a feature-length film in 24 hours. Insane idea from the SketchCram guys.
Should be a fascinating product, at the very least. Tickets here.