Comic actor and writer Gabriel Tigerman is known for his commercial work as well as appearances in series like "Supernatural. " Born in Los Angeles, California, Tigerman has a background in improv, performing with such esteemed improv groups as The Groundlings and Second City. He has appeared in commercials for Ford, Bud Light, Xbox, and eBay. Tigerman's first television role was on "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," a hidden camera prank show hosted by comedian Jamie Kennedy. Tigerman would subsequently return to the hidden camera format as a "field agent" on MTV's "Punk'd," on which host Ashton Kutcher and his crew (Tigerman included) would prank celebrities like Jason Bateman, Tony Hawk, Simon Cowell, and Jon Heder. In 2004, Tigerman had a role in Sam Seder's "Pilot Season," the mini-series starring Sarah Silverman, H. Jon Benjamin, and David Cross, based on Seder's 1997 film "Who's the Caboose?" Throughout 2006 and 2007, Tigerman had a role in the series "Grey's Anatomy"as well as a recurring character in "Supernatural" and the NBC time-traveling series "Journeyman." Tigerman both wrote and starred in the 2007 film "Skills Like This," which won the Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival. He subsequently wrote and acted in a series of short films in the "Fish Out of Water" series, including "Movie Night," "Joyride," and "The Nightmare."