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Jon Glaser

Jon Glaser is an actor and writer who created, co-wrote and starred in the TV shows "Delocated," "Neon Joe Werewolf Hunter," and "Jon Glaser Loves Gear." Most people recognize him as Councilman Jamm from "Parks and Recreation" and/or Laird from "Girls." He landed the coveted “goofy neighbor” role on a new coming-soon show for Amazon Frevee called "Dinner with the Parents." Other TV credits include "Law and Order SVU," "Life and Beth," "Single Drunk Female," "Mr. Robot," and "Wonder Showzen."

Film credits include "Trainwreck," "Hustlers," and "Be Kind Rewind," and cartoon voice work includes "Dicktown" "Our Cartoon President," and "Aqua Teen Hunger Force." He appeared as Video Cowboy in the ESPN web series "Mayne Street," and he created, wrote, directed and starred in a series of web shorts for Comedy Central called "Tiny Hands." TV writing credits include "The Independent Spirit Awards" hosted by Aubrey Plaza, "Inside Amy Schumer," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "The Dana Carvey Show."

He has written several stories for The New York Times Magazine, and his writing has also appeared in ESPN The Magazine, Bicycling Magazine, The Onion A.V. Club, and on-line for New York magazine. His first book, "My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top," was published by Harper Perennial, and he wrote and directed the music video for Bob Mould’s “Star Machine.”

Photo credit by Matt Lief Anderson