New York University
Wrote and directed his first dramatic feature, "Hello, My Name Is Doris"
Created and co-starred in television series "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp"
Wrote David Wain's romantic comedy parody "They Came Together"
Co-starred with Michael Ian Black in "Michael and Michael Have Issues"
Reunited with Michael Ian Black and David Wain for conceptual comedy series "Stella"
Wrote, directed and starred in romantic comedy "The Baxter"
Co-wrote and starred in "Wet Hot American Summer"
Co-starred in sketch comedy series "The State"
Taught Screenwriting for NYU's film graduate program.
Showalter and other members of The State got their professional start acting in sketches on an MTV series called "You Wrote It, You Watch It," hosted by Jon Stewart.
For several years in the 1990s, Showalter platonically shared a New York apartment with comedian and actress Andrea Rosen.