Nick Kroll stars in FX's "The League" as Ruxin and recurs on Adult Swim's "Children Hospital" as Nicky. Previously, Kroll was the voice of Andrew Legustambos on FOX's animated comedy, "Sit Down, Shut Up" and starred as Nick on ABC's short-lived comedy, "Cavemen." On the big screen, he can be seen in "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy," opposite Jason Sudeikis and Leslie Bibb.

Nick Kroll has been named one of Varietys "10 Comics to Watch" and was featured in Comedy Central's "Hot List of '09." Nick leads the pack of a new generation of comedy minds as a versatile actor, writer and producer. Recent film credits include "Little Fockers," opposite Ben Stiller, "Dinner for Schmucks," opposite Paul Rudd, and "Date Night," opposite Steve Carrell and Tina Fey.

Kroll got his first taste of acting when he played the Pharaoh in his second-grade production of "Exodus from Egypt." Although playing a ruthless, god-like emperor suited his sense of self, the acting bug didn't exactly take wing with him until he began performing improv comedy with the Georgetown Players Improv Group (G-PIG) while attending Georgetown University. During college and upon graduation, he took classes and workshops with the Upright Citizens Brigade training program, furthering his improv, writing and acting skills.

On television, Kroll has starred in "Worst Week," "The Life and Times of Tim," and "Reno 911!" He has also appeared in numerous VH1 projects as a snarky talking head, including "Best Week Ever," the "Awesomely Bad" series and on the "Today Show." He has appeared in MTV's sketch comedy show "Human Giant" and personally ruined episodes of the prank shows "Boiling Points" and "Damage Control." He co-created and starred in Comedy Central's "I Love the 30's" and "All Access: Middle Ages," as well as wrote, directed and starred in "Cavalcade of Personalities!" and appeared in an internet series on as Benji Lessman, an agent who represents other agents. His character "Fabrice Fabrice" has covered many red carpet events for

Nick's Comedy Central hour-long special, "Thank You Very Cool," aired on the network in January 2011.

As a writer, Kroll co-wrote the hit book "Bar Mitzvah Disco," which premiered to rave reviews in Vanity Fair, People Magazine, the New York Times Styles Section and scores of other publications. He was also a contributing writer on "Chappelle's Show" and the follow-up book to "Bar Mitzvah Disco," "Camp Camp." He is also a contributing writer on the animated series "The Life and Times of Tim."

On the big screen, Kroll can be seen in "Get Him To The Greek," opposite Russell Brand, "I Love You, Man" with Paul Rudd; and "Adventures of Power," opposite Adrian Grenier, Jane Lynch and Michael McKean.

As a true media renaissance man, Kroll has made several appearances as a commentator and guest-host of PRI's "Fair Game with Faith Salie."

Kroll has performed his unique brand of character based standup at the Just for Laughs Festival, Bonnaroo Festival, Comedy Death Ray, Aziz Ansari's Crash Test and on his own show, "Welcome to Our Week," with Jessi Klein, and "The Oh, Hello Show," with John Mulaney. Kroll was named one of Time Out New York's "Best Comics" and Comedy Central's "Fresh Faces of Comedy." In 2007, he won the ECNY Award for Best One Person Show for "Fabrice Fabrice."

Kroll resides in Los Angeles and enjoys eating pigs in a blanket and chocolate-covered pretzels.

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Birthday: June 5
Hometown: Rye, NY
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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Nick Kroll Opens His 'Big Mouth' — Due next year, the edgy, surreal animated comedy, about teenaged adventures in puberty, also stars the voices of John Mulaney and Maya Rudolph, among others. Read more...
'Drunk History' and 'Nathan for You' Return for Season 2 — Premiering Tuesday, July 1, the former Comedy Central series kicks off with guest stars Lisa Bonet, Terry Crews, Tim Heidecker, Jordan Peele and Weird Al Yankovic, while the latter ups the ante with some of Nathan's most ambitious ideas to date. Read more...
Comedy Central Sets Winter 2014 Schedule — The network's upcoming slate includes "Review," starring Andy Daly, "Broad City," starring starring Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, the animated "TripTank," and new seasons of "Workaholics," "@midnight," "Kroll Show," "Tosh.0" and "Inside Amy Schumer" Read more...

Nominations Announced for 'The 34th Annual People's Choice Awards' — "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "House" and "Law and Order: SVU" to battle it out for favorite drama while "The King of Queens," "My Name is Earl" and "Two and a Half Men" are up for favorite comedy. Read more...
Fall TV Season Comes Into Focus as OTX Releases Early Awareness, Interest and Buzz for New Broadcast Shows — With more than six weeks until the official start of the fall season,the data suggests that NBC's "Bionic Woman" and ABC's "Cavemen" are generating the most awareness, interest and buzz. Read more...
ABC Announces Fall Premiere Dates — The dates include a three-night "Dancing with the Stars" premiere event, while Fridays will see "20/20" now leading off the night. Read more...

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