I was a writer, performer and produced this sketch for FunnyOrDie. Someone famous dies in it.
When Shia LaBeouf opened his own performance art exhibit in Los Angeles, I rented out the space next door and completely mimicked the same exact set-up, except with actor Jerry O’ Connell waiting for gallery patrons at the end. In the end, we got more press coverage than Shia and actually stole people from his line. FunnyOrDie produced it with me, allowing an idiot to fulfill his dumb idea.
I recently put together a Live Read That Shouldn’t Happen with my pal Sean O’Connor for the classic Teen Wolf movie script. We enlisted the help of Kumail Nanjiani, Jonah Ray, Pete Wentz, Lauren Lapkus, Lil Dicky, Owen Burke, Pat Healy, Angela Trimbur and many others. FunnyOrDie was there to chronicle history in the making.
Catch me this season playing “Jensen the Apple Genius” on the new show “Barely Famous” with Erin and Sarah Foster on VH1 airing Wednesday nights at 9:30PM and 11:30 PM.
I produced, and briefly appear, in this music video.
For my friends over at FunnyOrDie, I put together one of my favorite games, “Band Who’s Played Warped Tour or Twilight Zone Episode?” There’s literally no way you’ll get these all right. To play, click HERE.Read More
I liked high school probably a little bit more than most people. I spent the first 3 years super awkward, mostly focused on dealing with an undiagnosed OCD, taking Accutane and playing sports, while my Senior year was, when pimples disappeared, I did the morning announcements and I lost some weight, a much better time. For someone who would later deal with a lot of depression, I have to admit, I got out of high school relatively unscathed.
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For FunnyOrDie, I put together one of my favorite games, DJ or Star Trek name. It’s a difficult game.
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Director George Meeker created a documentary short about my weird journey into hip-hop and Interscope during my early-20’s. This was later included in a feature documentary called “Dropped,” detailing other musicians’ experiences as well.