Blake Anderson

Blake Anderson

Highest Rated: 88% Dope (2015)

Lowest Rated: 16% Show Dogs (2018)

Birthday: Mar 02, 1984

Birthplace: Sacramento County, California, USA

Comic performer Blake Anderson parlayed his slightly addled, impressively coiffured presence into a popular comedy troupe, Mail Order Comedy, which led to his first television series, the slacker comedy "Workaholics" (Comedy Central, 2011-17). Born March 2, 1984 in Sacramento County, California, Anderson attended Valley High School in Concord, California before attending Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa. There, he met Adam Devine, with whom he would have a lengthy creative partnership. After moving to Los Angeles, Anderson studied improvisational comedy with such acclaimed troupes and the Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade before forming his own sketch comedy group, Mail Order Comedy, with Devine, Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck in 2006. Though primarily a live act, Mail Order Comedy built a substantial following through social media sites like Myspace, as well as YouTube. Executives at Comedy Central discovered the group through the latter site, which led to a pilot for "Workaholics" in 2010. A subsequent series, written, produced and created by all four members of Mail Order Comedy, was launched in 2011; the show followed the adolescent misadventures of three college friends (Anderson, Devine and Holm) as they navigate adulthood and dead-end jobs at a telemarketing company. The show's combination of juvenile humor and improv sensibilities made it a popular program among younger viewers and pop culture-minded critics. In addition to "Workaholics," Anderson was a frequent guest star on other comedy series, including guest appearances on Entourage" (HBO, 2004-2011) and the revived "Arrested Development" (Netflix, 2013), as well as a recurring role on "Parks and Recreation" (NBC, 2009-2015) as the laidback head of a tech start-up company. After landing minor roles in independent features, he made his debut in a major studio feature by providing the voice of a malevolent creature in the Fox/Blue Sky animated film "Epic" (2013). The following year, he made a brief appearance in the Seth Rogen comedy "Neighbors" (2014). A supporting role in indie comedy-drama "Dope" (2015) was quickly followed by an appearance in horror comedy "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" (2015). As "Workaholics" entered its final season, Anderson also appeared in an episode of hit sitcom "The Big Bang Theory" (CBS 2007- ) and co-starred in "The Jellies" (Adult Swim 2017- ), an animated series co-created by Tyler the Creator.

Highest rated movies

Dope Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse The Package Spy Intervention Game Over, Man!




33% 41% Spy Intervention Smuts (Character) - 2020
16% 25% Show Dogs Pigeon 3 (Voice) $17.7M 2018
18% 46% Game Over, Man! Joel (Character),
- 2018
42% 49% The Package Redneck Reginald (Character),
- 2018
No Score Yet 60% La era de hielo: El gran robo del huevo Clint (Voice) - 2016
44% 48% Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Ron the Janitor (Character) $3.7M 2015
88% 83% Dope Will (Character) $17.5M 2015
65% 65% Epic Dagda (Voice) $107.5M 2013


No Score Yet No Score Yet Tigtone Executive Producer 2019-2020
74% 55% Woke Gunther (Character) 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Tonight Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Bad Ideas With Adam Devine Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Let's Roll With Tony Greenhand Guest 2020
No Score Yet 83% The Jellies Unknown (Voice) 2019 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Tonight Canada Guest 2019
95% 93% Brooklyn Nine-Nine Constantine Kane (Guest Star) 2018
86% 79% Workaholics Blake (Character) 2011-2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Conan Guest 2017 2013-2015
81% 82% The Big Bang Theory Trevor (Guest Star) 2016
No Score Yet 80% Drunk History Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
85% 76% The Simpsons Dickie (Guest Voice) 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero Hogarth (Guest Star) 2015
93% 89% Parks and Recreation Unknown (Guest Star) 2014-2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Larry King Now Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tom Green Live Guest 2014
90% 96% House Ethan (Guest Star) 2011
66% 83% Entourage Donny (Guest Star) 2011
67% No Score Yet Traffic Light Unknown (Guest Star) 2011


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