Chris Gethard was an accomplished actor, noted for his comedic timing in his roles for television shows. In 2000, he began taking improv classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. In 2014, he released his first comedy album, "My Comedy Album." In 2009, he began hosting "The Chris Gethard Show" at the UCB Theatre. The live act would eventually move to New York public access TV, where it would remain despite Gethard's overall commercial success, as the format added a fun sense of chaos that he found integral to the feeling of the show. Gethard began his acting career with roles in sitcoms like "Hope & Faith" (ABC, 2003-06), "The Office" (NBC, 2004-2013) and "The Knights of Prosperity" (ABC, 2006-07). He also appeared in "Parks and Recreation" (NBC, 2008-2015). He continued his comedic performances throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s, appearing on"Big Lake" (2009-2010), "Bored to Death" (HBO, 2009-2012) and "Louie" (FX, 2009-2015). Later, he earned a role in the Will Ferrell smash hit action picture "The Other Guys" (2010). More recently, he tackled roles on "Inside Amy Schumer" (Comedy Central, 2012-) and "Broad City" (Comedy Central, 2013-). Gethard took on film roles in more recent years, appearing in "The Dictator" (2012) and the Sandra Bullock hit comedic action flick "The Heat" (2013). Most recently, Gethard acted in the Robin Williams dramedy "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" (2014).