|The Office||2013 2012 - 2013||Actor||n/a||20137|
|Robot Chicken||2013 2008 - 2009, 2012 - 2013||Voice||n/a||20136|
|Greek||2011 2006 - 2011||Actor||Dale||20117|
|Hot Tub Time Machine||2010||Actor||Jacob||20107|
|Two and a Half Men||2014 2014||Actor||Barry||20147|
|Hot Tub Time Machine 2||2015||Actor||Jacob||20157|
|New Girl||2012 2012||Actor||Cliff||20127|
|Kick-Ass 2||2013||Actor||Marty/Battle Guy||20137|
|A Thousand Words||2012||Actor||Aaron Wiseberger||20127|
|The CBS All-American Thanksgiving Parade||1993 1992 - 1993||Actor||(Anaheim)||19937|
|Hearts Afire||1995 1992 - 1995||Actor||Elliot Hartman||19957|
|Childrens Hospital||2010 2010||Actor||Captain Stern||20107|
|A Merry Friggin' Christmas||2014||Actor||Nelson Mitchler||20147|
|Campus Ladies||2006 2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2004 2004||Actor||Frat Boy #1||20047|
|Co-starred as a high school student in "Kick-Ass"|
|Cast as John Ritter's son on the CBS sitcom "Hearts Afire"|
|Cast as a customer service representative on NBC's "The Office"|
|Web series "Clark and Michael" distributed online by CBS|
|Appeared opposite John Cusack and Rob Corddry in "Hot Tub Time Machine"|
|Cast as a college student in the ABC Family series "Greek"|
|Landed a cameo role in "Superbad"|
|Loyola Marymount University|
|Best friends with actor Michael Cera, whom he met when they lived next-door to each other in an apartment complex in California.|
|"Writing and directing is pretty much all I want to do. I don't care if I'm in them or not, but my long term goal is to make that transition to writing." -- from NeonTommy.com, Mar. 6, 2012|
|Co-created the pilot episode of the web series "Clark and Michael" with Cera as his final thesis project.|
|Is a comic book collector and has attended several ComicCons and WonderCons.|
|Started a band with Cera called The Long Goodbye.|
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