Sarah Lawrence College
Appeared in a recurring role in CBS family sitcom "Life in Pieces"
Provided several voices for animated sitcom "Bob's Burgers."
Appeared on ABC's "Modern Family"
Created and starred in sketch series "Key & Peele" (Comedy Central) with former "MADtv" castmate Keegan-Michael Key.
Appeared in comedy feature "Little Fockers"
Played Dr. Brian, a recurring role on Adult Swim's "Childrens Hospital"
Landed recurring role on David Alan Grier's "Chocolate News" (Comedy Central)
Made feature film debut in "Twisted Fortune"
Joined cast of sketch comedy series "MADtv" during ninth season
Launched comedy career as member of The Second City in Chicago, IL and Boom Chicago in Amsterdam
Appeared in a viral video with fellow "MADtv" castmate Lisa Donovan as arguing supporters of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Filmed the unaired Fox comedy series pilot "The Station" in 2010
Joined Jane Lynch in a commercial for Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Peele and Key received the 2012 Breakout Comedy Stars of the Year Award from the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.
Peele and Key met Barack Obama, who mentioned his appreciation of their sketches about the President and his anger translator Luther during a visit to Los Angeles in 2012.
Peele and Key appeared as gang members cruising through a suburban neighborhood in the opening scene of the video for Weird Al Yankovic's hip-hop parody "White and Nerdy"