Ben Schwartz Biography
Ben Schwartz is an American actor, comedian, voice actor, writer, director, and producer best known for appearing on the sitcom Parks and Recreation.
Age | How Old Is Ben Schwartz
Schwartz was born on 15 September 1981 in The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States. He is 41 years old as of 2022.
Family | Sister
He is the son of a former social worker and real estate agent (father) and a music teacher (mother). He has one sister
Ben Schwartz Girlfriend
He was in a relationship with Gina Rodriguez in 2016 for a short period of time.
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Ben Schwartz Union College
He studied and graduated from Union College with a double major in psychology and anthropology in 2003.
Sonic | Sonic Voice
Schwartz was cast as the voice of Sonic, an anthropomorphic “juvenile delinquent” blue hedgehog who can run at supersonic speeds and is on the run from the government in the upcoming 2019 live-action animated film “Sonic the Hedgehog”
Ben Schwartz Parks And Rec
Schwartz was cast in recurring guest as Tom’s fast-talking friend Jean-Ralphio in the American political satire television sitcom “Parks and Recreation”
Ben Schwartz Lego Movie 2
Schwartz was cast as Banarnar, a sentient banana peel who is a citizen and jester of the Systar System in the 2019 computer-animated adventure comedy film “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part ”
Schwartz was Vocal Consultants/provided the voice for BB-8 in the 2015 American epic space opera film “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
Ben Schwartz House Of Lies
Schwartz was cast as Clyde Oberholdt, a member of Marty’s consultant pod who specializes in marketing and spin in the American comedy television series “House of Lies”
Comedy Bang Bang
He guest starred as Rodney Wayber, celebrity publicist in the Comedy Bang! Bang!television series
Schwartz was cast as Albert in the 2015 American 3D biographical drama film “The Walk”
He has made a fortune which is estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2023.
Ben Schwartz Explains His Unofficial Audition for Hamilton
“If a picture is worth a thousand words, an Instagram post of a picture is reading those words so fast you basically make the picture worthless.” — Albert Einstein or me. I don’t remember.
I was filming a movie with Sam Rockwell in London, and at the very same time Tommy Kail and Alex Lacamoire were casting Hamilton in London . . . so we sent in a tape.
We were shooting a movie for Netflix called Happy Anniversary, and the director, Jared Stern, got us a puppy party during our lunch break. A wonderful person recorded this moment, which I would like to believe is me in my purest form.
I wrote, directed, and starred in a Web series called the Earliest Show for Funny or Die that also starred Lauren Lapkus and Joe Hartzler. I’m really proud of how it came out, and the incredible editors put together a montage of all the times we danced on the show.
When I played a character named Jean-Ralphio on Parks and Recreation, I had a scene with Roy Hibbert and Detlef Schrempf (two great N.B.A. basketball players). I asked them if there was any way they could help me dunk at the end of the scene. Detlef said with kids if they jump he can kind of give them a boost up to the hoop so they can dunk. He then gave the job to Roy, and I gave my phone to someone else to film my first attempt before showing the director. When I land you will see me at my happiest.
This is an outtake from a sketch on the Late Late Show with James Corden that the Internet pretty much made happen. Like father, like older son.
Breaking Bad News
Photos of the covers of three books I wrote with my friend Amanda McCall. The first one was called Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals, and the idea was that you could soften the blow of bad news with the aid of a photo of a baby animal. Each page was a postcard you could rip out so you don’t even have to be in the room when the news was broken.
One of my first jobs out of college was as a page for the Late Show with David Letterman. My goal was to someday get on that stage as a guest, and in Dave’s final year, I somehow pulled it off. This was an enormous moment for me that took over a decade to achieve.