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It's funny: I put money into short films, and I put really good actors in it, and I write some stuff that's really funny, and I'll get, like, a million views. But to the right of me, there will be a video of a kitten that falls into a toilet bowl, and it's three seconds long, and it will get 25 million views.

It's funny: I put money into short films, and I put really good actors in it, and I write some stuff that's really funny, and I'll get, like, a million views. But to the right of me, there will be a video of a kitten that falls into a toilet bowl, and it's three seconds long, and it will get 25 million views.

I think it's always super exciting to watch something before you can see it in theaters. ---->>>

I love doing comedy. One of my favorite things in the world is to do 'Parks and Recreation'; a big fun character. ---->>>

At the very beginning, I was a page at Letterman, and I freelanced for any place that would let me write any word. I wanted to do this so badly. Then when I got a tiny bit of success, I was petrified that I was going to lose it. ---->>>

I love video games. When I was growing up, video games were very important to me. ---->>>

The perfect thing for me is to be on something I love, where I'm doing it and have enough money not to be poor, and I'm allowed to go on vacation. ---->>>

When I do the roles, when I'm in the room and auditioning, I'll ask the director if they're cool with me adding stuff, or just improvising while we're doing it. And I would say, like, 90 percent of the time, they say, 'Absolutely.' ---->>>

I never went to acting school, so improv was my training. Just being quick on your feet helps in everyday life. ---->>>

'The Simpsons' is still my favorite show. I have a really strong connection to it. ---->>>

A lot of the time, you're supposed to play to the top of your intelligence, as truthful as possible. But when you're on stage making people laugh, you're still acting. I think it helped me a bunch to go on stage two or three times a week. ---->>>

I really was interested in doing something for a premium channel like Showtime or HBO, just because you get to really let loose. I think they let their storylines go wherever they want, and it's really a special place to work. ---->>>

I did a lot of short films online, so I come from that background where a lot of people see your stuff. ---->>>

I hope I don't get driven to the point where, to be honest, I'm never satisfied. I hope there's some part of me that can be content. ---->>>

I love just working. I love the idea of being a working class citizen. ---->>>

I really like the stuff that Showtime puts out. I think that 'Homeland' is phenomenal. I think 'Dexter' is amazing. ---->>>

Taking improv has helped every other aspect of my field. ---->>>

If I play a video game, I have to get through the whole thing. Like, when the new 'Resident Evil' comes out, I have to sit and do the whole thing. It will consume my life. I'm at a point where I don't have much time to play around anymore, so I don't really get started on the games if I won't be able to finish them. ---->>>

Live-action is more fun for me, because you're acting with people. When you do voice-acting, many times you're not even in the room with the person that you're acting with. ---->>>

When I was coming up in high school, if you wanted to be in the musical it was during the winter, so I had to choose between playing basketball or being in the musical. And I ended up playing basketball. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-15, 1981
Birthplace: The Bronx, New York, United States
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Occupation: Actor

Ben Schwartz (born September 15, 1981) is an American actor, comedian, producer and writer. He is known for portraying Jean-Ralphio Saperstein on the sitcom Parks and Recreation. In 2012, he joined Showtime's comedy House of Lies as the ambitious, brash, and insecure management consultant Clyde Oberholt (wikipedia)