Shawnee Mission West High School
Appeared alongside Kristen Wiig and Owen Wilson in the comedy "Masterminds"
Voiced the animated character Zorn on the live action sitcom "Son of Zorn"
Appeared in the biographical drama "Race"
Became a recurring cast member on "The Last Man on Earth"
Starred opposite Alison Brie in romantic comedy "Sleeping With Other People"
Reprised role in "Horrible Bosses 2"
Voiced a character in animated comedy "Epic"
Starred with Jennifer Aniston in "We're the Millers"
Joined the third season of "Eastbound & Down" in recurring role as a friend of ex-Major League Baseball player Powers (Danny McBride)
Co-starred with Owen Wilson in the Farrelly brothers' "Hall Pass"
Co-starred with Jason Bateman and Charlie Day in the comedy, "Horrible Bosses"
Cast opposite Drew Barrymore and Justin Long in "Going the Distance," a romantic comedy about long-distance relationships
Appeared in romantic comedy "The Bounty Hunter," alongside Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler
Lent his voice to Seth MacFarlane's animated comedy series, "The Cleveland Show" (Fox)
Had a small role in the comedy, "What Happens in Vegas," as Cameron Diaz's character's ex-fiancé
Had a recurring role on NBC's "30 Rock" as Floyd, a love interest of Tina Fey's character Liz Lemon
Joined the cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live"
Joined "Saturday Night Live" (NBC) as a sketch writer
Made small screen debut with a bit part in Roger Corman's TV movie "Alien Avenger II" which co-starred his uncle George Wendt
Moved to Chicago and joined the Second City National Touring Company
Sudeikis was the nephew of "Cheers" actor George Wendt; Wendt's sister Kathryn was Jason's mother.
In July 2008, Sudeikis co-starred in the web series, "The Line on Crackle."
The surname Sudeikis is Lithuanian; he also had German and Irish ancestry.
After he began performing at the Kansas City club ComedySportz, Sudeikis formed a sketch comedy troupe called Der Monkenpickle.
Sudeikis appeared alongside Ed Helms, Jason Bateman and Will Forte as the members of alt-folk band Mumford and Sons in their 2013 music video for their single "Hopeless Wanderer."