Jason Mantzoukas

November 2018

Jason Mantzoukas most recently starred in “The Long Dumb Road,” an American road trip comedy that premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and costars Tony Revolori, Casey Wilson and Ron Livingston. Mantzoukas can also be seen as Frank in “The House” and Nadal in “The Dictator” and in films like “How to Be Single,” “Sleeping with Other People,” “Neighbors” and the upcoming “John Wick 3.”

On television, Mantzoulas is best known for roles like Rafi on FXX’s “The League,” Jay on Netflix’s “Big Mouth,” Adrian Pimento on FOX/NBC’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and Derek on NBC’s “The Good Place,” as well as shows including “I’m Sorry,” “Kroll Show,” “Modern Family,” “Transparent,” “Broad City,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Enlightened” and “Community.”

In addition to his acting work, Mantzoukas co-wrote Adult Swim specials “Mr. Neighbor’s House (1& 2)” as well as the Universal comedy “Ride Along” starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart. Mantzoukas co-hosts the wildly popular comedy podcast “How Did This Get Made?” alongside June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer, where the trio analyzes bad movies.