Natasha Leggero is an accomplished actress, writer, and stand-up comedian whose garnered attention across film, television and the web.
Leggero will next be seen starring opposite Andrew Dice Clay as his girlfriend Carmen on DICE. The show chronicles life in the Vegas suburbs, as Andrew Dice Clay tries to live his life while trapped in the skin of “The Diceman.” Whether he’s attempting to pay back his gambling debts, manage his son’s heavy metal band or fend off pumped up fans, this show shines a light on the sides of Dice we’ve never seen before. The show premieres Sunday, April 10th on Showtime.
Leggero created, wrote, produced and stars in the Comedy Central sitcom, Another Period. Set in 1902 as an American period sitcom and spoof on modern day reality shows, Another Period explores the debaucherous life of Newport, RI’s socialites the Bellacourt’s, focusing on fame-hungry sisters Lillian (Leggero) and Beatrice (Riki Lindhome). The series premiered on June 23, running for 10 weeks and is produced by Ben Stiller’s Red Hour Productions. The show will return for season 2 in June 2016.
Stemming from her breakout appearance on the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco, Natasha was lauded as the stand out roaster on the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, which aired on March 30, 2015. The actress has also appeared in an episode of NBC’s Marry Me and the hit show Modern Family in the episode “Fight or Flight.”
On the big screen, Leggero starred in two comedy films including Neighbors alongside Seth Rogen, as well as Let’s Be Cops opposite Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans, Jr. She also had a role in the 2009 romantic comedy He’s Just Not That Into You.
Leggero has built her body of work with numerous roles on prominent television series including NBC’s Community, FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development, Comedy Central’s Reno 911 and Drunk History, ABC’s Suburgatory, the sketch comedy Key and Peele, Comedy Bang! Bang!Chelsea Lately, and The Tonight Show, among many others. In 2012, the actress was featured in the Emmy® nominated web series, Burning Love.
Produced by Ben Stiller, the scripted series parodies the popular reality television shows The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. In addition, Leggero’s voice can be heard on multiple animated series such as Comedy Central’s Ugly Americans and Brickleberry, The Life and Times of Tim on HBO, as well as Aqua Teen Hunger Force and China, IL for the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.
Born in Rockford, Illinois, Leggero first began acting when she was 10 years old. She moved to New York City after high school where she studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory and received her B.A. in theater criticism from Hunter College. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
She resides in Los Angeles in a servantless household.
Moshe Kasher. Comedian. Child Genius. Jew. Jew Comedian. OBGYN. Pleasure center. Good tipper. Guiding light. Beefcake.
He lives alone in LA with a woman and three white dogs.
Featured on: Comedy Central’s Drunk History and @midnight, Brooklyn 99 on Fox, FX’s “The League” “Conan”,”Carson Daly”, Showtime’s “Shameless”, MTV E!’s “Chelsea Lately”,”Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and more.
Currently the host of the popular podcasts, “The Champs” and The Hound Tall Discussion Series. He is also the author of the acclaimed memoir “Kasher In The Rye” on Grand Central Publishing.
In 2012 he released his first hour special on Netflix, “Moshe Kasher: Live In Oakland” It’s really good.
He was a writer for The Comedy Central Roasts and is a producer/writer for the Comedy Central show, “Another Period” where he plays “Dr. Goldberg-America’s first Jewish doctor”
Selected as one of Variety Magazine’s “Ten Comics to Watch”, LA Times, “Faces to Watch” Itunes “Comic of the year” You can see him in the upcoming seasons of Portlandia and Transparent as well as the Zoolander Sequel on which he was also the onset writer. Basically he’s funny and has done stuff.
Things people have said:
“Everything you want in a comedian” – East Bay Express;
“Displays a fiery frustration and agile, confident showcase of his neuroses” – SF Examiner;
“Smart, dirty, sharp, self-deprecating and ultimately hilarious” – Denver Post
“(With) a powerful comedic voice and amazingly wide range…(He is) one of the most important comics to watch out for”- Punchline Magazine
“Hunk” – East bay Express.
People really seem to like him.
Please, go to Netflix and watch his comedy special “Moshe Kasher Live In Oakland”. Please, read his book. Please, think of the children