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Seth Morris
Born (1970-05-21) May 21, 1970 (age 50)
OccupationActor, comedian, writer
Years active1998–present

Seth Morris (born May 21, 1970) is an American actor, comedian, and writer known for his recurring roles on programs such as Go On, Happy Endings, The Hotwives of Orlando, Kroll Show, and Childrens Hospital.

Early life

Morris is originally from Marin County, California, the younger of two boys, and attended Novato High School. After graduating, he began traveling and attended community college.[1] He briefly attended University of California, Santa Cruz and took a six-month bicycling trip across the country, from San Francisco to Florida.[1]

Morris has had numerous odd jobs including caretaking with developmentally disabled people at group homes, teaching kids, and working at a health food and yoga store in New York City.[1]


Morris started a career in comedy after moving to New York City, performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB) as an improviser and sketch comedian. He later moved to Los Angeles and became the first Artistic Director of the theater's Los Angeles division for many years and was a member of the four-man sketch group "The Naked Babies" with comedians Rob Corddry, Brian Huskey, and John Ross Bowie. After stepping down from that position, he started out as the first staff writer hired by Funny or Die.[1]

He wrote and appeared with a recurring role on the Adult Swim series Childrens Hospital. Morris also recurred as Scotty on the ABC comedy series Happy Endings and as Danny on the NBC comedy series Go On. Other programs Morris appeared in regularly included Late Night with Conan O'Brien, the HBO sketch series Funny or Die Presents, and the MTV prank show Damage Control.

Morris has also made numerous guest appearances on comedy programs such as Curb Your Enthusiasm, Parks and Recreation, The League, Reno 911!, Crossballs, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Maron, How I Met Your Mother, Broad City, Big Lake, Human Giant, and Nick Swardson's Pretend Time. He has appeared in films such as The Dictator, Step Brothers, Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, and I Love You, Man. In 2012, Morris starred in the comedic web series First Dates with Toby Harris, produced by Yahoo! and Funny or Die.[2]

Morris is a frequent writer and director for the humor website Funny Or Die. He is also known for his regular appearances on the Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast and television series, most often playing Bob Ducca, the hypochondriac ex-stepfather of host Scott Aukerman. Morris also hosted his own podcast on the Earwolf podcasting network, Affirmation Nation with Bob Ducca, which debuted in 2011, ran for 144 episodes, and stopped airing on February 29, 2012. As of October 1, 2014, Affirmation Nation released its first of a new run of episodes. However, on May 6, 2015 he published the last episode of Affirmation Nation.[3] He wrote for the Comedy Central sketch series Kroll Show. Morris has also costarred in the Hulu series The Hotwives of Orlando.



Year Title Character Notes
2004 Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story Crosby Peters
2008 Step Brothers Doctor
2009 I Love You, Man Barry's Buddy
2009 Miss March Boss
2011 No Strings Attached Man with Dog
2011 Cedar Rapids Uncle Ken
2011 High Road Dirty Carl
2012 The Dictator Pregnant Woman's Husband
2012 The Campaign Confession Husband
2014 All Stars Joel Levitan
2014 A Better You Massage Therapist
2015 Hell & Back Atheist (voice)
2016 Get a Job Lon Zimmet


Year Title Character Notes
1998–2006 Late Night with Conan O'Brien Various
1999 Upright Citizens Brigade The Real Jesus Episode: "Spaghetti Jesus"
2002 Contest Searchlight Hotel Worker Episode #1.1
2004 Crossballs Various Also writer
2005 Love, Inc. Evan Episode: "The Honeymooners"
2005 Damage Control Various
2007 Human Giant Steve Episode: "Kneel Before Zerg"
2007 Cavemen Sapiens Episode: "Her Embarrassed of Caveman"
2007–2009 Curb Your Enthusiasm Dr. Schaffer / ENT Doctor 2 episodes
2008–2015 Childrens Hospital Dr. Nate Schachter/Tug Spano/Various 9 episodes; also writer
2009 How I Met Your Mother Director Episode: "The Possimpible"
2009 Reno 911! Jesus Episode: "Stoner Jesus"
2010 Players Skipper Sunnyside Episode: "Cumdog Millionaire"
2010 Big Lake Tre O'Neill Episode: "The Interview"
2010 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ted Sally Episode: "The Gang Buys a Boat"
2010–2011 Funny or Die Presents Various 4 episodes
2010–2014 The League Bill Haddock 6 episodes
2011 United States of Tara Michelle Episode: "The Full Fuck You Finger"
2011 Traffic Light Big Dad Episode: "Bonebag"
2011 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Danny Reboot Episode: "Piper Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
2011 Nick Swardson's Pretend Time Mourner Episode: "PETA Not on Set"
2011 Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred Mr. Jake Devlin TV movie
2011–2013 Happy Endings Scotty 6 episodes
2012 Comedy Bang! Bang! Bob Ducca Episode: "Ed Helms Wears a Grey Shirt & Brown Boots"
2012–2013 Go On Danny 19 episodes
2013 The Greatest Event in Television History Channon Flowers Episode: "Too Close for Comfort"
2013–2015 Kroll Show Bob Ducca, Various Characters 9 episodes; also writer
2014–2015 Parks and Recreation Mike Patterson 2 episodes
2014 Broad City John Episode: "The Last Supper"
2014 The Neighbors Oscar Walton Episode: "Close Encounters of the Bird Kind"
2014 You're Whole Father, Abraham Lincoln Episode: "Propofol/Telescopes/Abraham Lincoln"
2014–2016 Maron Jeremy 2 episodes
2014 The Hotwives of Orlando T.J. 7 episodes
2014 Newsreaders Westley Episode: "Roswell, New Mexico; Skip Goes to a Wedding"
2014 Key and Peele Audience Member #1 Episode: "Sex Addict Wendell"
2015 Bad Judge Ethan Episode: "Naked and Afraid"
2015 Workaholics Landon Episode: "Dorm Daze"
2015 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Agent Piln Episode: "Windbreaker City"
2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Nelz Hebber Episode: "Jesse Tyler Ferguson Wears a Brown Checked Shirt and Stripey Socks"
2015 Bob's Burgers Baker (voice) Episode: "Eat, Spray, Linda"
2015 The Comedians Seth from The Seth & Brian Show Episode: "Orange You the New Black Guy"
2015 The Hotwives of Las Vegas Tim Episode: "The Reunion"
2015 Filthy Preppy Teen$ Demon Episode #1.6
2016–2018 Love Evan 8 episodes
2016 The UCB Show Purple Jeff Episode: "Cock Rings Are No Joke"
2016 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Shoshua Episode: "Amir Is Glenn's Mentor"; also writer, co-executive producer, and director
2016 Modern Family James Episode: "The Party"
2016 Lady Dynamite Director Episode: "Mein Ramp"
2016–2019 Veep Bill Jaeger 6 episodes
2016 Wander Over Yonder Neckbeard (voice) 2 episodes
2016 Take My Wife Damon Episode: "Feature"
2016–2018 The Good Place Wallace 4 episodes
2016 Mary + Jane The Professor Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"
2017 Tour de Pharmacy Mick Porterhouse TV movie
2017–present Big Mouth Greg Glaser (voice) 15 episodes
2017 Ghosted Keith Episode: "Whispers"
2017 Do You Want To See a Dead Body? Nude Beach Bully 1 Episode: "A Body and an Actor (with Justin Long)"; also writer
2018 For the People Michael Gallagher Episode: "This Is What I Wanted to Say"
2018 Alone Together James Episode: "Murder House"
2018 The Conners Republican Man at Mall Episode: "The Separation of Church and Dan"
2019 Superstore ICE Agent Robson Episode: "Employee Appreciation Day"
2019 American Princess Bare Your Soul MC Episode: "Queen, Interrupted"
2019 Mr. Mom Stan 2 episodes
2019 Black Jesus Louie Episode: "The Real Jesus of Compton"


Year Title Role Notes
2018 Liza on Demand Rudy Episode "Elite Status"


  1. ^ a b c d "BA #027: Seth Morris". Box Angeles podcast.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-06-05. Retrieved 2012-06-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Releasing the Bully, episode #223 of Affirmation Nation with Bob Ducca on Earwolf". Retrieved 2017-08-20.

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