Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Last night I made my first guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the movie This Is Where I Leave You! An enormous thank you to everyone over at JKL for having me, it was an honor. Jimmy is so hilarious and kind, I had so much fun. Here’s a clip from last night’s show of me chatting with Jimmy about an awkward moment I had acting with the legend Robert De Niro. Watch the clip streaming above or by CLICKING HERE.


Thursday, September 4, 2014

I make my sixth appearance on Matt Besser’s wonderful improv podcast- improv4humans. For those who haven’t heard the podcast before, Matt invites a group of improvisers to record an entire long form improv show off of your suggestions, articles in the paper, etc. This episode includes Besser, Mookie Blaiklock, Gil Ozeri and myself. It’s a super fun one. Listen streaming above or by clicking one of the photos below. NSFW.


Tuesday, August 26, 2014
I am in the September Issue of Glamour Magazine wearing a leather jacket in the summer time, trying my best to look like Star-Lord. Pardon the mustache and mutton chops, I was still filming The Walk at the time. Thank you so much to Glamour for including me in the “New Wave” section next to so many beautiful and talented humans.

I am in the September Issue of Glamour Magazine wearing a leather jacket in the summer time, trying my best to look like Star-Lord. Pardon the mustache and mutton chops, I was still filming The Walk at the time. Thank you so much to Glamour for including me in the “New Wave” section next to so many beautiful and talented humans.

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Yesterday, we pulled off something so unique and special. Matt Selman (Simpsons writer since 1997) and I co-hosted a Simpsons marathon live video feed. For eight hours and twenty six minutes we watched Simpsons episodes during the FXX marathon and talked about everything Simpsons. Throughout the thirty two guests that showed up, we hear never before told stories, songs, jokes, characters, everything. If you are a Simpsons fan, this will be an enormous treat. You get behind the scenes insight on everything. There is so much awesome in this eight hour YouTube clip which i had no idea was being saved. If you want to watch along with the TV, the Livestream started somewhere during Deep Space Homer.

Here’s the guest list rundown.

0:00:00- We have no idea we are being recorded yet w/ Josh Dove

0:06:41- Hosts Matt Selman (Simpsons writer) and Ben Schwartz (me)

0:16:45- Narf (Neil Campbell)- Famous Simpsons Bootlegger

0:49:00- Prof. James Bringum (Todd Fasen)- Only likes the Harvard jokes

1:04:24- Bonnie Pietila- Casting Director/producer since Tracey Ullman

1:27:19- Josh Weinstein- Writer seasons 4-8/Showrunner seasons 7-8

2:16:25- Adam Pally (Mindy Project), Gil Ozeri (Brooklyn 99)- Fans

2:16:30- Kendall (Alex Fernie)- Conspiracy theorist

2:51:00- Jesse Stern (Writer for COD:Modern Warfare  & Titanfall) -Fan

3:41:25- Allie Goertz- Sings Simpsons songs she wrote

3:49:35 - Joel Cohen and his daughter- Simpsons writer since 2001

4:05:27- Stonecutters LA- LA based Simpsons Trivia group

4:14:45- Patrick Cassels (CollegeHumor)- Fan

4:18:30- Allie sings her Milhouse Song

4:24:20- Michael Price- Simpsons writer since 2002

4:51:30- Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang Bang Host, Mr. Show)- Fan

5:02:00- Mike Scully- Simpsons writer since 1993/Showrunner season 9-12

5:30:50- Jon Kern- Simpsons writer since 2012

5:45:30 - Nelson Franklin (The Millers)- Fan

5:51:20- Joshua Taback- Simpsons character layout artist

5:54:40- Shaun Cashman- Simpsons director/character layout artist

6:34:20- Kevin Porter (Photographer)- Fan

6:39:00- Carolyn Omine- Simpsons writer since 1998

6:45:30- Tim Long- Simpsons writer since 1998

7:33:00- Jeff Westbrook- Simpsons writer since 2005

7:34:25- Razzle (Comedian)- Fan

7:35:30- Greg Tuculescu (Actor/Comedian)- Fan

7:42:23- Joe Clabby- Al Jean’s assistant since 2011

8:26:32- El Fin

An enormous thank you to Matt Selman for co-hosting and putting this together with me, to all of the amazing guests for coming on, to Kevin Porter for taking photos for over eight hours, to Josh Dove, Andrew Mallonee and Derrick for helping out, a HUGE thank you to Jesse Hara and Haven for supplying us with food, a computer and a room to pull this whole thing off and the biggest thanks of all to The Simpsons for meaning so much to so many for the past twenty five years.

Watch the FULL VIDEO streaming above or by CLICKING HERE

Thursday, August 21, 2014

I Will Be Co-Hosting a Simpsons Marathon Live Video Stream this Saturday!

This Saturday, August 23rd at 9:30AM (Pacific time), I will be co-hosting a live video stream with Simpsons writer Matt Selman to be watched hand and hand (eye and eye?) with the Simpsons marathon happening right now over at FXX. We will start at 9:30am and keep going till viewers get bored. This isn’t sponsored by anyone, nobody is getting paid, it’s just a bunch of people from the show and fans of the show getting together in front of a laptop to chat Simpsons because we love the show. There will be a barrage of special guests, actors/actresses, comedians, musicians and a flurry of people who have worked on the show in the last twenty five years. It will be part Director’s commentary, part crazy characters, part special guests and part insanity. Or it will be none of that because I couldn’t figure out how to work the live stream. Either way-

So grab a Duff, join the live stream and enjoy the marathon with us starting this Saturday AM. As we get closer to the date, I’ll post all the viewing info on my twitter account- www.twitter.com/rejectedjokes

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Some wonderful person has posted the EXTENDED NEVER BEFORE SEEN BONUS Rodney Waber clip from last year’s Comedy Bang Bang TV show with America’s Sweetheart Anna Kendrick and Scott Aukerman. In this episode, I play Rodney Waber, publicist to Harrison Ford who by mistake thought Scott wanted him on the show instead of Harrison. I forgot the last sixty seconds of this ever happened. We finally unlock the secret to When Harry Met Sally’s famous deli scene.

And watch the video below to see the stuff that made it to air.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Seth Rogen and James Franco put together a special for the VMAs as their characters from their new movie The Interview. In the special, called Dave Skylark’s Very Special VMA Special, I play Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea and Jason Derulo’s publicist. I also represent everyone else in music. Yes…everyone. The video includes Timothy Simons, Joe Mande, Nicole Byer and Alice Wetterlund. Thanks to Seth and Evan for inviting me to play. Check out the RED BAND video streaming above or by CLICKING HERE. For a bonus talking head video of me as everyone’s publicist¬†CLICK HERE.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

I accept Amir Blumenfeld’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (with a little help from Seth Green and Breckin Meyer) and I challenge Don Cheadle (doing a Louisiana accent), Adam Pally (doing an impression of Miranda’s boyfriend from Sex in the City) and Gil Ozeri (doing an impression of a Jewish Bill Cosby). Watch the clip above and learn more about ALS HERE.

Friday, August 15, 2014

For the next month, CollegeHumor’s first feature length film “CoffeeTown” is available on HBOGO. How convenient is that? It’s just over the size of one Game of Thrones episode and there’s far more comedy in it, so why not check it out? The movie stars Glenn Howerton (Always Sunny in Philadelphia), myself (Parks and Rec, House of Lies, the internet?), Steve Little (Eastbound and Down), Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights, GI Joe) and Josh Groban (MUSIC!!!). It has done great on iTunes and VOD services and now here it is on HBOGO. Watch the trailer above and check the movie out today!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Here I am making my return to Jimmy Pardo’s wonderful Never Not Funny Podcast! This was a lot of fun. It should be noted though that this was recorded on Monday, before we found out about the legend Robin Williams’ passing yet there are a ton of Robin Williams references in the episode. A lot of SHAZBOT! I didn’t want anyone to think we were being insensitive or question why we didn’t talk about his passing. It was because the news hadn’t gotten out yet. Jimmy explains the whole thing in the first two minutes of the show but in a way, those quick shazbot jokes turn into a nice unintentional tribute to Robin Williams who was an incredible influence on me and every other comedian in the universe. A few years back, I had the opportunity to perform in a show with the man in NY and he was just so incredibly talented and sweet and wonderful and kind and it makes me so sad that he’s not with us anymore. OK, sorry for bringing the mood down BUT with that being said, enjoy the podcast! (bad transition). Listen by clicking on the streaming link above or the photo below. If you are low on time, I come on at 42:00. Enjoy!