Nick Kroll Actor, Age, Biography, Movies, Net-Worth, Family

Nicholas Kroll or Nick Kroll (born 5th June 1978) is an American stand-up comedian, writer, producer and actor. He is best known for co-creating and starring in the animated Netflix show Big Mouth. Other shows he has done include Kroll Show, The League, Human Giant, etc. Nick plays a variety of comic characters while performing on stage as a stand-up comedian. He made his debut in the film industry with the movie The Negotiating Table in 2008. Kroll was honoured with the Breakout Star of the Year in 2013.

Nick Kroll Actor

Nick Kroll Biography 

Name Nicholas Kroll
Nickname Nick
Profession Actor, Comedian
Debut Film- The Negotiating Table (2008)Television- Late Night with Conan O’Brien (2006)
Height 5’9” or 175 cm or 1.75 m
Weight 72kg or 159 lbs
Body Measurements Chest- 36 inches Waist- 32 inches Biceps- 14 inches 
Tattoo No
Date of Birth 5th June, 1978 (42 years old in 2020)
ZodiacGemini
Birthplace Rye, New York, United States
Hometown Rye, New York, United States 
Residence Los Angeles, United States 
Religion Jewism 
Nationality American
SchoolSolomon Schechter SchoolRye Country Day SchoolThe Mountain School
College/University Georgetown University 
Educational Qualifications Graduation in history 
FatherJules Kroll
MotherLynn Kroll
BrotherJeremy Kroll
SisterDana Kroll, Vanessa Kroll
Eye colourBrown
Hair colour Medium Brown
Marital status Unmarried 
Net Worth$5 million (approx.) 
HobbiesReading, Travelling, Hiking

Early life and Background 

Nicholas J. Kroll was born and brought up in town on Rye, New York, USA. His parents, Lynn and Jules B. Kroll are the founders of ‘Kroll Inc.’ which is a consulting firm and a billion-dollar company. Nick was raised in a traditional Conservative Jewish household. He has two older sisters and an older brother. He attended Rye Country Day School and also got his early education from Solomon Schechter School of Westchester and The Mountain School in Vershire, Vermont as well. He develops an interest in hiking in school. Nick graduated as a history major and a Spanish minor from Georgetown University in 2001. He developed a fondness for media studies soon after. 

Nick Kroll Mother and Father

Personal life 

Kroll started dating actress and comedian Amy Poehler, who is also the ex-wife of actor Will Arnett, in May 2013. He was mentioned in her memoir, ‘Yes, please’ in 2014. They dated for 2 years and ended their relationship in 2015. They did not mention their reason for separation. Kroll is now dating landscape artist Lily Kwong. Their relationship began in late 2018. They moved in together when the coronavirus pandemic hit in 2020.

Nick Kroll With Her Wife

Personal favourites 

Actor Chris Hemsworth 
MovieAvatar
Director Steven Spielberg 
CuisineItalian
Colour Lemon Meringue
Destination Harare and Amalfi Coast

Career

Nick Kroll started his career as a stand-up comedian in 2004. He started touring the United States as a comedian and also did several radio programs and comedy podcasts. He published his first book ‘Bar Mitzvah Disco’ in 2005 much before he started acting. It booked its place in the bestsellers list. He made his debut in 2006 with the TV show “Late Night with Conan O’Brien’. He did screenwriting as well and debuted with the MTV show “Human Giant’ in 2007. He is famous for his role as “Fabrice Fabrice’ which has also earned him several accolades.

Nick Kroll Biography

His character in the show ‘Caveman’ was loved by audience and that’s when he caught the eye of many producers who wanted to work with him. He entertained the audience with yet another hit show, ‘The League’ which earned him a lot of praise. He wrote the script for the movie ‘I Love You, Man’ starring Jason Segel and Paul Rudd and also starred in it. Nick has also voiced for many characters in famous shows like ‘Lem’ in ‘The Simpsons’, ‘Stu’ in ‘The Life & Times of Tim’. He co-created, wrote and starred in an animated TV show in 2017 called ‘Big Mouth’. 

Movies

  • The Negotiating Table in 2008 as WGA employee
  • Adventures of Power in 2008 as Versatio Bakir
  • I Love You, Man in 2009 as Larry
  • Date Night in 2010 as The Maître D
  • Get Him to the Greek in 2010 as Kevin McLean
  • Dinner for Schmucks in 2010 as Josh
  • Little Fockers in 2010 as Young Doctor
  • A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy in 2011 as Adam Richman
  • Adult Beginners Jake Wenton in 2014 as Also writer
  • Vacation in 2015 as Colorado Cop
  • Knight of Cups in 2015 as Nick
  • Joshy in 2016 as Eric
  • My Blind Brother in 2016 as Bill
  • Sausage Party in 2016 as Douche (voice)
  • Loving in 2016 as Bernie Cohen
  • Sing in 2016 as Gunter (voice)
  • Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie in 2017 Professor Poopypants (voice)
  • The House in 2017 as Bob Schaeffer
  • Uncle Drew in 2018 as Mookie
  • Operation Finale in 2018 as Rafi Eitan
  • Olympic Dreams in 2019 as Ezra
  • The Secret Life of Pets 2 in 2019 as Sergei (voice)
  • The Addams Family in 2019 as Uncle Fester (voice)
  • Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics in 2020 as himself
  • Sing 2 in 2021 as Gunter (voice)

Television 

  • Late Night with Conan O’Brien in 2006
  • Cheap Seats without Ron Parker in 2006 as Todd Lazarov
  • Samurai Love God in 2006 as voice actor
  • Human Giant in 2007 as Fabrice Fabrice, Various, Brolin DiBiasi
  • Cavemen from 2007 to 2008 as Nick Hedge
  • Best Week Ever in 2008 as Himself
  • Worst Week from 2008 to 2009 as Adam
  • Children’s Hospital from 2008 to 2011 as Nicky, Dr. Geza
  • The Life & Times of Tim from 2008 to 2012 as Stu (voice)
  • Reno 911! In 2009 as El Chupacabra
  • Mayne Street in 2009 as Paparazzo
  • Sit Down, Shut Up in 2009 as Andrew LeGustambos (voice)
  • WordGirl from 2009 to 2010 as Reuben Grinder (voice)
  • The League from 2009 to 2015 Rodney Ruxin
  • Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time in 2010 as Headmaster
  • John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show in 2010 as Himself
  • Community in 2011 as Juergen
  • Portlandia in 2011 as Daniel Prison
  • American Dad! From 2011 to 2012 as Dry Cleaner, Student, Andy Dick (voice) 
  • Parks and Recreation from 2011 to 2015 as The Douche
  • Comedy Bang! Bang! From 2012 to 2016 
  • Kroll Show from 2013 to 2015 as Various characters
  • New Girl in 2013 as Jamie
  • Burning Love in 2013 as Khris
  • The Greatest Event in Television History in 2013 as Jeremy Bay
  • The Soup in 2013 as Himself
  • Comedy Central Roast of James Franco
  • Family Guy in 2013 as Ricky (voice) 
  • Brody Stevens: Enjoy It! In 2013 as Himself
  • The Jeselnik Offensive in 2013 as Himself
  • Drunk History in 2014 as Ronald Reagan
  • Mulaney in 2014 as Jesse Tyler Munoz
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine in 2015 as Agent Kendrick
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt in 2015 as Christopher “Tristafé” Micelli
  • The Grace Helbig Show in 2015 as Himself
  • The Simpsons Lem (voice) 
  • Superman’s ion in 2015 as Cleb (voice)
  • Animals. In 2016 as Jerry (voice)
  • Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ in 2016 as Graham Simon
  • Mr. Neighbor’s House in 2016 as Photo Joe (voice)

32nd Independent Spirit Awards in 2017 as Himself (host)

  • Bob’s Burgers in 2017 as Mr. Desanto / Customer (voice)
  • The Oh, Hello Show in 2017 as Gil Faizon
  • I’m Sorry in 2017 as Lon
  • Big Mouth from 2017 to present as Nick Birch / Maury the Hormone Monster / Coach Steve / various voices
  • At Home with Amy Sedaris in 2017 as Randy Fingerling
  • 33rd Independent Spirit Awards in 2018 as Himself (host)
  • Explained in 2018 as Narrator
  • Portlandia in 2018 as Gil Faizon
  • What We Do in the Shadows from 2019 to 2020 as Simon the Devious
  • Crank Yankers from 2019 to 2020 as Himself (voice)
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2020 as Restaurant Manager
  • High Maintenance in 2020 as Nick
  • Home Movie: The Princess Bride in 2020 as Vizzini / Inigo Montoya / Fezzik

Lesser known Facts

  • Nick performed in the Funniest Act on Campus show while at Georgetown. 
  • He Co-authored Bar Mitzvah Disco which was a critically acclaimed book providing a collection of essays, photos and embarrassing anecdotes on the Jewish rite of passage. 
  • He worked for Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show as a contributing writer. 
  • He performed at the improv breeding ground The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. He also studied there. 
  • He portrayed tennis player Andy Roddick’s mojo in an American Express commercial. 
  • Nick is mentioned several times in Amy Poehler’s memoir ‘Yes, Please’.

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