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      Jon Gabrus

      Jon Gabrus

      Highest Rated: 54% Fourth Man Out (2015)

      Lowest Rated: 22% Awful Nice (2013)

      Birthday: Jan 31, 1982

      Birthplace: Long Island, New York, USA

      A talent for outrageous comedy, shot through with a seemingly limitless understanding of pop culture, made Jon Gabrus an in-demand talent on television and in features and the podcasting world. Born Jonathan Gabrus on January 31, 1982 in Long Island, New York, his initial career choice was either a Navy Seal or FBI agent, but exposure to comics like Adam Sandler on "Saturday Night Live" (NBC, 1975- ) pushed him towards comedy and in particular, improvisation. In his early 20s, Gabrus began making the rounds in New York City's comedy club scene, and soon joined the ranks of such esteemed improv troupes as the Upright Citizens Brigade. In 2012, he headed to Los Angeles, where he divided his time between live performances, appearances on comedy-related shows for MTV like "The Substitute" (2011-2012) "Wild 'N Out" (2005- ) and "The Guy Code" (MTV2, 2011-) and acting roles on episodic television series like "Happy Endings" (ABC, 2011-2013). Gabrus soon worked his way up to recurring turns on "Younger" (TV Land, 2015- ) as the hapless slacker Gabe, while also nurturing a side career as a popular podcast guest and host. He created the role of Gino Lombardo, a Long Island-born intern and ardent shock jock radio fan with a loose grasp of podcasting for "Comedy Bang! Bang!" (Earwolf Media, 2009- ) before launching his own pop culture-themed podcast, "High and Mighty" in 2015. The show, and Gabrus's ability to discuss nearly any subject, from religion to the most obscure entertainment reference, earned a devoted following while he also pursued more substantive acting roles in features and on television. In 2017, he joined a cast of comedy talent including Aubrey Plaza, Kate Micucci, Fred Armisen and Nick Offerman in Jeff Baena's "The Little Hours," a comedy based in part on Boccaccio's "The Decameron."

      Highest rated movies

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      Fourth Man Out
      Awful Nice poster
      Awful Nice




      No Score Yet No Score Yet Kendra and Beth Mr. Talcott (Character) - 2021
      54% 70% Fourth Man Out Ortu (Character) - 2015
      22% 36% Awful Nice Klaus (Character) - 2013


      No Score Yet 64% 101 Places to Party Before You Die Executive Producer,
      No Score Yet 89% Impractical Jokers Self 2022
      60% 41% Is It Cake? Judge 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Wedding Coach Self 2021
      95% 87% Brooklyn Nine-Nine Curt (Guest Star) 2020
      84% 78% Animals. Unknown (Guest Voice) 2018
      No Score Yet 74% Nailed It! Guest 2018
      No Score Yet 88% At Midnight With Chris Hardwick Guest 2016
      90% 81% Bones Jeff "Doc" Dockerty (Guest Star) 2016
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
      98% 77% Younger Gabe (Character),
      Unknown (Guest Star)
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Santas in the Barn Host 2015
      90% 98% Playing House Roadie (Guest Star) 2015
      No Score Yet 92% Comedy Bang! Bang! Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Hair Jacked Host 2014
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Substitute Host 2011-2012
      76% 86% Happy Endings Cashier (Guest Star) 2012