New School University
Appeared in the Coen Brothers period comedy "Hail, Caesar!"
Reprised the role of Schmidt for the sequel "22 Jump Street"
Co-starred in the apocalyptic comedy "This Is the End"
Earned an Academy Award nomination for his performance in "The Wolf of Wall Street"
Co-starred with Channing Tatum in the big screen reboot of "21 Jump Street"; also co-wrote and executive produced film based on the Fox police drama
Starred in "The Sitter" as a college student coaxed into babysitting his neighbors' kids
Co-created, executive produced and voiced the title character on the animated series "Allen Gregory" (Fox), about a snobby 7-year-old forced by his gay fathers to attend public school
Portrayed Billy Beane's (Brad Pitt) assistant general manager in "Moneyball"
Played the film's main antagonist in the animated comedy "Megamind"
Starred in "Cyrus" as a 21-year-old musician who is overprotective of his attractive mother (Marisa Tomei)
Starred in "Get Him to the Greek" as a record company intern hired to accompany a wild British rock star (Russell Brand) to a concert at L.A.'s Greek Theater
Voiced Snotlout Jorgenson in the animated feature "How to Train Your Dragon"
Re-teamed with director Judd Apatow for "Funny People"
Apatow again cast Hill in a supporting role in "Knocked Up"
Landed breakout lead role in a feature, co-starring with Michael Cera in "Superbad"; written by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and produced by Judd Apatow
Co-starred with Justin Long in the college comedy "Accepted"
Cast in the first season of the Oxygen network comedy series "Campus Ladies"
Had a small role as a determined E-bay customer in Judd Apatow’s "The 40 Year Old Virgin"
Made his feature film debut in "I Heart Huckabees"
Stared in the movie "War Dogs"
Began writing his own plays in college, performing them at the Black and White bar in New York's East Village.
Landed his audition for "I Heart Huckabees" after befriending actor Dustin Hoffman's children, Rebecca and Jake.