Michael Ian  Black

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Michael Ian  Black

Michael Ian Black

Michael Ian Black regularly tours the country performing his ribald brand of humorous jokes and observations. Black’s latest special and CD, “Very Famous,” was released in 2011. His first comedy CD, “I Am A Wonderful Man,” was released in 2007. Black is currently co-host of a popular podcast with Tom Cavanagh, entitled Mike and Tom Eat Snacks, and of a new podcast with Michael Showalter, Topics. He and fellow comedian D.L. Hughley host Trust Me, I'm a Gameshow Host, on TBS.

Fans of sketch comedy might know Black’s work from such seminal television programs as The State, Viva Variety, Stella and Michael and Michael Have Issues, all of which he co-created, wrote and starred in. Other TV credits include his role as the quirky bowling alley manager “Phil” on the network series Ed, and his witty commentary on cable’s I Love the... series. Black’s movie roles include Hell Baby, This is 40, Wet Hot American Summer, Take Me Home Tonight, Reno 911!: Miami, The Ten and The Baxter.

Black currently plays “Peepers,” an uptight butler, on the 2015 Comedy Central series Another Period. He also plays the role of Daniel on the 2015 TVLand series The Jim Gaffigan Show, as well as "McKinley" in the prequel to 2001's Wet Hot American Summer, entitled Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, on Netflix.

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