Ben Schwartz is a writer, comedian and actor in America and his full name is Benjamin Schwartz. His well known role is when he played a Jean Ralphio Saperstein in the Parks and Recreation sitcom. In the year 2012, he started to play in the House of Lies comedy of showtime where he played like an insecure, brash and ambitious management consultant called Clyde Oberholt.
Ben Schwartz had played in the feature movies such as The Other Guys, Everybody’s Fine and Peep World. Ben Schwartz acts, directs and writes short films on his own. He had a segment at the Funny or die Presents of HBO. He appears for Terrible Decision with Ben Schwartz and had appeared in many college humor sketches which include popular web series known as Jake and Amir. He has been nominated two times for an Emmy and he won the Emmy Awards of 2009 in the category of Outstanding Writing for a variety, Music or Comedy because he was the co-author for the opening number of Hugh Jackman. He has been hired by the Paramount Pictures in order to re-make Soapdish which is a classic comedy of 1991. The comedy was given a new title, El Fuego Caliente and he has to rework on the American Soap opera to become a Latin Telenovela. He is working with two producers Alan Greisman and Rob Reiner. The original pitch was sold to the universal studio and this was based at the Idea of Brian Grazer where Imagine Entertainment was meant to be the producer. He worked as the writer for the Robot Chicken for Adult Swim and he was a freelance writer for Saturday Night Live for the Weekend update segment. He was also the writer for the monologue called Late Show with David Letterman.
Ben Schwartz also performed for the Upright Citizen Brigade Theater and he continued performing there on the regular basis. He is the member for the improve group called haut Sauce where he plays with Gil Ozeri and Adam Pally. The group does perform an improve show called Something Fresh on UCBT each month.
Ben Schwartz grew up in New York city at Bronx. He grew up surrounded by Bronx School teachers and social workers. Her mother was a music teacher. Ben graduated in Union College in the year 2003 and he finished with double major in both anthropology and psychology.
He developed the Bronx Word travelers short comedies and they were nominated for two different webby awards. He had other credit like The Sarah Silverman program, the Accidentally on Purpose with writing of the special material for Oscar Awards of 2009. He played like Bill Hoyt for the NBC series called Undercover. He is co-writer Grandma’s Dead: Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals book and it was published under Harper Collins. He performed in Just For Laughs for the 2007 festival of Montreal. He also worked for The Line Up: A sketch Showcase that was directed under Bob Odenkirk. He publishes his writing and the short films at RejectedJokes.com website. He played as Jacky Hamburger for the Happiness Isn’t everything.