A. Jason Sudeikis

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American actor, comedian, writer, and producer Daniel Jason Sudeikis[1] (suu-DAY-kiss; born September 18, 1975)[1] ComedySportz, iO Chicago (Improv Olympic), and The Second City were just a few of the early stops on his improv comedy career road map he blazed in the 1990s. The NBC sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live hired Sudeikis in 2003 as a writer, and he was a cast member from 2005 to 2013, portraying, among others, Joe Biden and Mitt Romney.

The Apple TV sports comedy series he co-created and stars in, Ted Lasso, premiered in 2020 and earned him four Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including wins for Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. The 2021 and 2022 Golden Globe and SAG Awards for Best Actor in a Television Comedy Series were both won by Bradley Whitford. In addition to his work on 30 Rock (2007-2010), It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2010-2011), Portlandia (2011-2014), and The Last Man on Earth (2015-2018), Sudeikis has appeared in recurring roles on a number of other comedic series.

He had leading film roles in the comedies Horrible Bosses (2011) and its 2014 sequel, Horrible Bosses 2 (2014), and We're the Millers (2013), as well as the acclaimed independent films Drinking Buddies (2013), Sleeping with Other People (2015), and Colossal (2016); and supporting roles in Alexander Payne's Downsizing (2017) and Olivia Wilde's Booksmart (2019) Other works in which he has provided his voice include Epic (2013), The Angry Birds Movie (2016), the sequel in 2019, and Next Gen (2018).

Early life [ edit ]

On September 18, 1975,[1] Daniel Jason Sudeikis was born in Fairfax, Virginia to Daniel Joseph Sudeikis, a vice president of business development, and Kathryn Sudeikis (née Wendt), a travel agent at Brennco and President of the American Society of Travel Agents. Both of his younger sisters, Kristin and Lindsay, are his siblings. [4] His father's family is from Ireland and Lithuania, and his mother's family is from Germany and Ireland. His maternal great-grandfather was the photographer Tom Howard, and his maternal uncle is George Wendt, who played Norm Peterson on the TV show Cheers. [8][9][10]

Sudeikis has no sense of smell because he was born with anosmia. [11][12]

After graduating from high school, Sudeikis and his family relocated to Overland Park in Johnson County, Kansas, which he has since come to refer to as "home." He attended Fort Scott Community College on a basketball scholarship after graduating from Shawnee Mission West High School[13][14], but he dropped out before completing his degree. [16]

Career [ edit ]

An Introduction to a New Profession [ edit ]

During the '90s, Sudeikis began performing improv comedy. First appearing at Kansas City, Missouri's ComedySportz (now known as Comedy City), he began his stand-up career there. Soon after, he relocated to Chicago, where he became a member of the long form team J and a student at the Annoyance Theatre and IO Theater (formerly known as ImprovOlympic). T S Brown In Amsterdam, Netherlands, he gave a performance with Boom Chicago.

After that, Sudeikis was picked up by The Second City Touring Company. When he joined The Second City Las Vegas in the early 2000s, he began giving shows at the Flamingo. [17]

The Laugh-In Cast [ edit ]

While still a regular at The Second City Las Vegas, Sudeikis was hired as a sketch writer for Saturday Night Live (SNL) in 2003. He also made occasional cameo appearances on the show as an audience member or extra. In May of 2005, he was promoted to the show's featured player roster; on September 30, 2006, he was promoted to the repertory cast. It was reported in July 2013 that Sudeikis was leaving SNL. [18] He made a few guest appearances throughout the years 2015, 2016, and 2019 In his first hosting gig, Sudeikis welcomed Brandi Carlile as a musical guest on October 23, 2021.

Continuously reappearing characters

  • Mr. George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States
  • United States Vice President and 46th President Joe Biden
  • American Republican Party presidential nominee and 70th governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney.
  • Actor Kristen Wiig and the film's male a-hole
  • The song Ocean Billy is a send-up of Billy Ocean's 1980s hit "Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car"[19].
  • The Jon Bovi half of the Bon Jovi "opposite band" makes an appearance on Weekend Update (with Will Forte).
  • Gil, a newscaster who finds the misfortunes of his field correspondent Michelle Dison (Kristen Wiig) hilarious.
  • The guy who always has the most outlandish tale about where he was the first time he heard a song, as seen in the "Song Memories" sketches.
  • Ed Mahoney, a bold individual who frequently embarrasses himself in public.
  • Officer Sikorsky, played by Kenan Thompson, frequently arrests three misbehaving teenagers (Bill Hader, Bobby Moynihan, Andy Samberg, and occasionally the week's guest host) and tries to "scare straight" them by bringing in convicted felon Lorenzo McIntosh (Kenan Thompson).
  • The enthusiastic background dancer Vance on "What Up with That?" often wore an Adidas tracksuit and sported a 1980s man perm.
  • An parody of DJ Clay in the form of DJ Supersoak
  • Pete Twinkle, host of ESPN Classic's unwatched women's sports, and his dimwitted co-host Greg Stink (Will Forte)
  • Angry film and theater technician Jeff will argue with the show's lead character for no apparent reason.
  • Satan, a frequent Weekend Update guest who criticizes religious and moral hypocrisy on the planet
  • For example, WXPD News anchor Jack Rizzoli is always telling seasoned reporter Herb Welch (Bill Hader) to do his job.
  • Stripper Tommy M. C to the Clown Room of Bongo
  • Mark Hoffman, also known as Sensei, is the faculty advisor and Japanese Studies professor of "J-Pop America Fun Time Now" co-hosts Jonathan Cavanaugh-san (Taran Killam) and Rebecca Stern-Markowitz-san (Vanessa Bayer).
  • Marshall T Boudreaux, the man in charge of the Maine Justice courtroom reality show

Entertainment productions of all kinds [ edit ]

Early work [ edit ]

Sudeikis appeared in a total of 12 episodes of the NBC comedy 30 Rock (2007-2010). He was Floyd DeBarber on "30 Rock," a romantic interest of Liz Lemon (Tina Fey). Towards the end of the show's fourth season in 2010, Sudeikis appeared in four episodes.

Watching the Detectives (2007), The Ten (2007), Meet Bill (2007), What Happens in Vegas (2008), and The Rocker (2008) were some of the first films in which he appeared. As right-wing radio host Richard Bastion, he provided his voice for the video game Grand Theft Auto IV (2008).

A web series starring Sudeikis, Hader, and Lo Truglio titled The Line premiered on Crackle in July 2008. [20]

He appeared in the films The Bounty Hunter (2010) and Going the Distance (2010) as a supporting character. While starring alongside Charlie Day and Justin Long in Going the Distance in 2010, Sudeikis co-hosted WWE Raw at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on August 16th. [21]

On the animated comedy series The Cleveland Show (2009-2013), Sudeikis provided his voice acting services. Cleveland's hard-partying high school friend Terry Kimple and Cleveland's hard-working coworker at the cable company, Holt Richter, both had their voices done by him. In the first season, Sudeikis was listed as a recurring guest star, but in the second, he was promoted to a series regular.

New ground in movies [ edit ]

In May of 2010, Sudeikis became a part of the cast of the Seth Gordon comedy film Horrible Bosses (2011). He had previously worked with Day when Day portrayed Schmitty on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and he returned to the role for the series' seventh-season finale. Hall Pass (2011), a comedy directed by the Farrelly brothers, marked Sudeikis' debut in the leading role of a feature film.

On June 5th, 2011, at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, he hosted the 2011 MTV Movie Awards[23][24][25].

During 2012, Sudeikis was cast as the narrator of a series of commercials for Applebee's. [26] Sudeikis appeared in six episodes of Eastbound & Down (2012-2013). We're the Millers (2013), starring Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, and Will Poulter, featured him in a supporting role as drug dealer David Clark (see [27]). In the sequel Horrible Bosses 2 (2014), he played Kurt Buckman again.

2015–present [ edit ]

Sleeping with Other People (2015) was a romantic comedy in which Sudeikis played the role of Jake. In the 2015 romantic drama film Tumbledown, he co-starred with Rebecca Hall.

In the animated comedy The Angry Birds Movie (2016), based on the popular video game franchise of the same name, Sudeikis provides the voice of the character Red. He appeared in the 2016 film "Colossal" alongside Anne Hathaway. His most recent film role was in 2016's Masterminds ([28]). He has played leading roles in several recent films, including Race (2016) as Larry Snyder, The Book of Love (2016) as Henry, and Mother's Day (2016) as Bradley.

In an off-Broadway production of Dead Poets Society by Classic Stage Company, Sudeikis starred as John Keating from November 2016 to December 2016. [29]

Sudeikis appeared in two episodes of the comedy series Detroiters in 2017, for which he also served as executive producer.

With Ed Harris and Elizabeth Olsen, Sudeikis starred in the 2017 film Kodachrome. Two of his recent film roles are as Glenn in Permission (2017) and Dave Johnson in Downsizing (2017).

In 2017 and 2018, Derren Brown's shows Derren Brown: Secret and Derren Brown: Underground featured a cameo appearance by Sudeikis, who performed on screen during the show's credit sequence.

Driven, a suspense film in which Sudeikis starred, [30] In Next Gen, an animated action comedy film, Sudeikis lends his voice to the role of Justin Pin. In the 2019 animated comedy sequel The Angry Birds Movie 2, he reprised his role as Red.

During the 2019 season, Sudeikis played a Speeder Bike trooper on The Mandalorian, a Star Wars television series. [31]

A failed American football coach named Ted Lasso, played by Sudeikis, is sent to England to lead Tottenham Hotspur F.C. The letter C was used in two NBC Sports commercials released in 2013 and 2014 Late in 2019, Sudeikis co-wrote and starred in the film Ted Lasso, in which he plays an American football coach who is hired by a fictional English football club called AFC Richmond. Released in August of 2020, the series has been met with widespread acclaim. As a result, he was nominated for both the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild Award [32]. [33] He won Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, and he was also nominated for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. According to the 2021 edition of the Time_100" target="_blank">Time 100 (Time ' both Time's annual list of the 100 most powerful people in the world and Bloomberg's annual list of the 50 most powerful people in the world [35][36]

Service to Others [ edit ]

At the 2011 and 2016 NBA All-Star Celebrity Games, Sudeikis was a member of two different basketball teams. For the past decade, he and other Kansas City A-listers have hosted the Big Slick. All proceeds benefit Children's Mercy Hospital's Cancer Center. More than million has been raised for the organization thanks to this event. [37]

Thundergong, a benefit concert, was hosted by him. the charity foundation Steps of Faith, which helps provide prosthetic legs and arms, held a benefit concert at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Missouri, on November 3, 2018. [38]

Conversations about the personal [ edit ]

On October 17th, 2009, Sudeikis appeared at the New York Television Festival.

Following a five-year relationship, Sudeikis wed American screenwriter Kay Cannon in June 2004. They both performed with the cast of The Second City Las Vegas. They divorced in February of 2010 after divorcing in 2008 [39]. [40]

Since their 2011 introduction, Sudeikis has been in a relationship with Olivia Wilde, an American actress and filmmaker. An engagement was announced in January of 2013. They've welcomed two children into the world: a son in April 2014[42] and a daughter in October 2016[41]. [43] In November of 2020, Sudeikis and Wilde broke up.

Awards and appearances [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

Television [ edit ]

Theatre [ edit ]

Computer and video games [ edit ]

Year Title Voice role 2008 GTA IV: Grand Theft Auto To Whom It May Concern:

Films showcasing music [ edit ]

Honours and nominations [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

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