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John Mulaney

John Mulaney
Mulaney in a suit
Mulaney in 2014
Birth nameJohn Edmund Mulaney
Born (1982-08-26) August 26, 1982 (age 38)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Medium
  • Stand-up
  • television
EducationSt. Ignatius College Prep
Alma materGeorgetown University
Years active2004-present
Genres
Subject(s)
Spouse
(m. 2014)
WebsiteOfficial website

John Edmund Mulaney (born August 26, 1982)[1] is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He is best known for his work as a writer on Saturday Night Live and as a stand-up comedian with stand-up specials The Top Part, New in Town, The Comeback Kid, and Kid Gorgeous, for which he won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special in 2018.[2][3][4]

He was the creator and star of the short-lived Fox sitcom Mulaney, a semi-autobiographical series about his life. Mulaney has also performed as a character called George St. Geegland in a comedic duo with Nick Kroll, most recently in Oh, Hello: the P'dcast which was released between April 4 and May 24, 2020. He is also known for his voice acting work as Andrew Glouberman in the Netflix original animated show Big Mouth.[5] Mulaney made his film debut in 2018, voicing Peter Porker/Spider-Ham in the Academy Award-winning animated feature film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.[6][7]

Early life

John Edmund Mulaney was born on August 26, 1982 in Chicago, Illinois to Ellen Mulaney (née Stanton), a professor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, and Charles "Chip" Mulaney, Jr., an attorney and partner at Skadden Arps.[1][8] His parents are both of Irish Catholic descent.[9][10][11][12] Mulaney's maternal great-grandfather was George J. Bates, a Republican mayor of Salem, Massachusetts, who also served as a congressman from that state. His maternal great-uncle is William H. Bates, who also served as a U.S. congressman.[13][14] Coincidentally, Mulaney's grandmother, Carolyn Stanton, and Hilary Meyers--mother of Mulaney's future Saturday Night Live coworker Seth Meyers--performed together in a hospital benefit show in Marblehead, Massachusetts, called Pills A-Poppin directed by Tommy Tune, then 19.[15][16]

Mulaney's parents attended Georgetown University and Yale Law School. They were at Georgetown at the same time as future president Bill Clinton; Mulaney claims to have met Clinton in 1992.[17][18] Growing up, Mulaney was an altar boy. He is the third of five children. He has two brothers, one of whom is deceased, and two sisters.[19]

From watching the lifestyle of the character Ricky Ricardo on the program I Love Lucy, Mulaney knew he wanted to go into show business at the age of five.[20] At the age of seven, he was a member of a Chicago-based children's sketch group called "The Rugrats".[21] Because of this, Mulaney had an opportunity to audition for the role of Kevin in the film Home Alone, but his parents declined.[10] For junior high, he attended St. Clement School[22] where, in lieu of doing reports he and his best friend, John O'Brien, would offer to perform what they had learned in the format of a skit.[10] At fourteen, he played the role of Wally Webb in a production of Our Town.[23] Mulaney would also frequent the Museum of Broadcast Communications, where he would watch archived episodes of shows such as I Love Lucy or The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.[10] He attended St. Ignatius College Prep where he graduated in 2000. Mulaney then enrolled at his parents' alma mater, Georgetown University, where he majored in English and minored in theology.[8][24] He joined the school's improv group, and met Nick Kroll and Mike Birbiglia.[20] He later joined Birbiglia on his stand-up tour, which improved his stage presence.[20]

Career

After graduating from Georgetown in 2004, Mulaney moved to New York City with ambitions of a career in comedy, and was hired as an office assistant at Comedy Central.[10] After a year, he pitched the idea for a parody of the I Love the '80s called I Love the '30s, which he developed along with fellow comedian Nick Kroll.[25] Mulaney was working at the network when Dave Chappelle abruptly left. Initially, the network had planned to fly Mulaney out to Los Angeles in order to secure the tapes for season three of the eponymous show; however, feeling it was a "hindrance to being a comedian", he instead quit and started working freelance.[26]

Comedy influences

When asked about his comedy influences, he is quoted as saying he "always loved stand-up albums... growing up in the '90s, I would sit on the floor with my Discman and listen to comedy albums that I bought."[27] Mulaney has been a long time collector of stand up albums. He has mentioned loving Chris Rock's Bring the Pain (1996) and Bigger & Blacker (1999), as well as Woody Allen's Comedian (1965), Nichols and May's Mike Nichols & Elaine May Examine Doctors (1961), and Albert Brooks' Comedy Minus One (1973). He has also mentioned listening to a lot of Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Conan O'Brien[28] and Bob Newhart.[27][29]

Saturday Night Live

After being discovered while performing on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Mulaney was asked to audition for Saturday Night Live in August 2008, along with Kroll, Donald Glover, Ellie Kemper, T.J. Miller and Bobby Moynihan.[30][31] Unusual for an SNL audition, Mulaney did not prepare any impressions, instead performing standup with "charactery bits in them". He went in with little expectations, although he thought it'd be a "cool story".[30] Mulaney won a spot on the writing team, where he remained for four seasons.[32] He also occasionally appeared on the show's Weekend Update segment.[33][34][35] He and SNL actor Bill Hader co-created the recurring SNL character Stefon.[36][37] Mulaney was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series with the SNL writing staff from 2009 to 2012.[38] Mulaney won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards with Justin Timberlake, Seth Meyers and Katreese Barnes.[39] Mulaney returned to host Saturday Night Live four times: on April 14, 2018; March 2, 2019;[40] February 29, 2020; and October 31, 2020,[41] respectively,[42] making him the fourth SNL writer (after Conan O'Brien, Louis C.K., and Larry David) to host SNL despite never having been a cast member.[40]

Work after Saturday Night Live

Following his tenure at Saturday Night Live, Mulaney contributed writing to other TV projects, including Maya & Marty; Documentary Now!; Oh, Hello on Broadway; and the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. He also acted in supporting roles on television shows such as Crashing, Portlandia, and Difficult People. Mulaney currently provides the voice of a lead character on the animated Netflix series Big Mouth alongside his writing partner Nick Kroll, who co-created the show. Together with Nick Kroll, Mulaney also co-hosted the Independent Spirit Awards ceremonies in 2017 and 2018.[43][44] In 2018, Mulaney provided the voice of Spider-Ham in the Academy Award-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.[45] He also appeared in a Netflix and YouTube collaboration series hosted by Tan France, Dressing Funny, in June 2019.[46] In November 2020, Late Night with Seth Meyers producer Mike Shoemaker announced that Mulaney had joined the show as a staff writer.[47] Mulaney also returned to voice Spider-Ham in the mobile game Marvel Contest of Champions, and the promotional animated short film Back on the Air.[48][49]

Stand-up comedy

In addition to his work on SNL, Mulaney has worked for 18 years as a stand-up comedian. He has been a headliner since 2008. He has performed on Live at Gotham, Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Late Night With Conan O'Brien, and Comedy Central Presents. Mulaney also released a stand-up comedy album titled The Top Part in 2009[50] and a stand-up comedy special called New in Town in 2012. Both were produced with Comedy Central. He performed at the 2008 Bonnaroo Music Festival.[51]

Mulaney performing in 2009

Mulaney's third stand-up comedy special, titled The Comeback Kid, was released on November 13, 2015, on Netflix. His second stand-up show, New in Town, which premiered on Comedy Central in 2012, is also on Netflix. The Comeback Kid received critical acclaim,[52] with David Sims of The Atlantic calling it "a reminder of everything that makes Mulaney so singular: storytelling rich with well-observed details, delivered with the confidence of someone decades older than 33."[53] In 2016, Mulaney received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for The Comeback Kid, losing to Patton Oswalt's Talking for Clapping.[54]

Mulaney's fourth stand-up comedy tour, Kid Gorgeous, kicked off its first leg in May 2017, concluding in July of that year.[55] A second leg began in September 2017 in Colorado Springs, Colorado[56] and concluded in April 2018 in Jacksonville, Florida.[57] The tour featured seven shows at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in February 2018,[58] one of which was filmed for another Netflix special.[59]Kid Gorgeous was met with critical acclaim,[60][61][62] with Steve Greene of IndieWire calling it "one of the year's best pieces of writing."[63] At the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards, Mulaney received an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for Kid Gorgeous.[64]

In 2017, he was invited to appear alongside Steve Martin, Martin Short, Bill Murray, Jimmy Kimmel, and Norm MacDonald to honor David Letterman, who was accepting The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor at The Kennedy Center.[65] When accepting the prize, Letterman stated, "John Mulaney, this is the future of comedy, ladies and gentlemen."[66]

Mulaney was also invited to appear to do standup at Jon Stewart's charity event Night of Too Many Stars (2017) on HBO,[67] and Seth Rogen's charity event Hilarity for Charity (2018) on Netflix.[68]

In January 2019, it was announced that Mulaney would be touring with Pete Davidson together in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts for a limited series of comedy shows titled "Sundays with Pete & John." Mulaney and Davidson have become close, appearing together on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Saturday Night Live.[69]

Mulaney

In May 2013, NBC passed on picking up Mulaney's semi-autobiographical sitcom pilot, titled Mulaney.[70] In June 2013, Fox Broadcasting Company ordered a new script while considering whether to order the production of several episodes.[71] In October 2013, Fox announced that they picked up the show for a six-episode season order.[72] Mulaney was the creator, producer, and writer of his eponymous series until its cancellation in May 2015.[73] Mulaney is quoted as saying he "wanted to do the type of live-audience multi-camera sitcoms that I grew up on."[74] The series received poor reviews,[75][76][77][78] including playwright and The New York Times TV critic Neil Genzlinger's, who wrote "It rips off Seinfeld so aggressively that in Episode 2 it even makes fun of its own plagiarism. But one thing it forgot to borrow from Seinfeld was intelligence."[79]

George St. Geegland

Mulaney regularly performs as George St. Geegland, an elderly man from the Upper West Side of New York. St. Geegland and fellow New Yorker Gil Faizon (portrayed by Georgetown classmate and comedian Nick Kroll), host a prank show called Too Much Tuna in which contestants are given sandwiches with too much tuna fish.[80] Mulaney has toured the United States alongside Kroll in a show called Oh, Hello, with both in character as George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon, respectively. The show premiered on Broadway on September 23, 2016, and concluded its run on January 22, 2017. The Broadway production was filmed and released on Netflix on June 13, 2017.[81]Steve Martin was the celebrity special guest, with a bonus clip showing Michael J. Fox as the guest. Matthew Broderick appeared as himself in a brief cameo towards the end of the special.

Sack Lunch Bunch

In December 2019, Mulaney released a children's musical comedy special titled John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch on Netflix. The special was inspired by Sesame Street, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, The Electric Company, Free to Be... You and Me, and 3-2-1 Contact.[82] The special features Mulaney, along with fifteen child actors and singers, aged 8 to 13. Celebrity cameos include Tony Award winner André De Shields, David Byrne, Richard Kind, Natasha Lyonne, Annaleigh Ashford, and Jake Gyllenhaal as "Mr. Music".[83] The special has been universally praised, receiving a 96% fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes.[84] Critic Alan Sepinwall of Rolling Stone Magazine, wrote "It is, like Galaxy Quest, or The Princess Bride, one of those gems that manages to simultaneously parody a genre and be an excellent recreation of it."[85] In 2020, Mulaney received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) and Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for his work on the special.[86]

Other appearances

In 2020, Mulaney interviewed actor and playwright André Gregory for the Chicago Humanities Festival where they talked about Gregory's latest memoir, This Is Not My Memoir along with his life and career.[87]

Personal life

On July 5, 2014, Mulaney married makeup artist and lampshade artisan Annamarie Tendler.[88] Their wedding ceremony was performed by friend Dan Levy in Boiceville, New York.[17][89] Mulaney has stated that he believes in God, but that his religious views align closer with Jewish theology rather than the Catholic ideas of his upbringing.[90] His confirmation name is Martin, after St. Martin de Porres, to honor his late brother Peter Martin.[91] Peter died in infancy when Mulaney was four.[92]

Mulaney has spoken extensively about his love of basketball in his comedy and frequently attends NBA games.[93][94] Mulaney is a fan of the Chicago Bulls.[95]

Mulaney has discussed his struggles with drugs and drinking in his stand-ups.[10] In a 2014 interview, he stated that he had been sober since September 22, 2005.[96] In December 2020, he checked into a drug rehabilitation center in Pennsylvania for alcoholism and cocaine addiction,[97][98] moving into outpatient care in February 2021.[99][100]

He has been diagnosed with ADHD.[101]

Political views

Mulaney performing at a Joining Forces event at Joint Base Andrews in 2016

Mulaney comes from a political family on his mother's side. During an interview with Esquire magazine from September 12, 2019, Mulaney stated that he donated to the Bernie Sanders 2016 presidential campaign.[102] On June 2, 2020, Mulaney was seen with his wife at a Black Lives Matter protest in Washington D.C.[103]

When Mulaney hosted Saturday Night Live (SNL) in February 2020, he joked that Julius Caesar was stabbed by the Senate for being a maniac, and quipped "That would be an interesting thing if we brought that back now!". This joke led to him being investigated by the United States Secret Service, but he was cleared.[104] In his opening monologue on SNL the weekend before the 2020 United States presidential election, Mulaney described the election as an "elderly man contest", and said "but just rest assured, no matter what happens, nothing much will change in the United States". This caused some controversy among audiences with The Daily Beast criticizing Mulaney saying that "for Mulaney to tell the millions of people watching SNL three days before the election that there is essentially no difference between Donald Trump and Joe Biden can only be described as deeply irresponsible."[105] The jokes were described by some as "tone deaf" and an example of his "white male privilege," while others agreed with his sentiment.[106][107] In a later appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Mulaney reflected he "deserved the backlash" and said he "forgot to make the joke good".[108]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2018 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Peter Porker / Spider-Ham Voice, Film debut
2019 Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham Voice; Short film
2020 Back on the Air Voice; Short film
2021 Cinderella Footman Post-production
TBA Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers Chip Voice; in production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Human Giant Various Episode: "24 Hour Marathon"
2008 Best Week Ever[109] Himself 4 episodes
2008-2018 Saturday Night Live Various Writer (94 episodes) and producer (22 episodes)
Appeared in 5 episodes as various characters
2009 Important Things with Demetri Martin John Mulaney / Green Beret 2 episodes; also writer
2009 Comedy Central Presents Himself Stand-up special
2010 Ugly Americans Tony Voice; 2 episodes
2011, 2017 The Chris Gethard Show Himself 2 episodes
2012 John Mulaney: New in Town Himself Stand-up special
2013-2015 Kroll Show George St. Geegland 11 episodes
2014 Saturday Night Himself Hulu documentary filmed in 2010
2014-2015 Mulaney John Mulaney 13 episodes; also creator, executive producer, and writer
2015-present Documentary Now! Simon Sawyer Actor (Episode: "Original Cast Album: Co-op")
Writer (season 1-present)
Consulting producer (season 1, episode 4)
Co-executive producer (season 2-present)
2015-2016 The Jim Gaffigan Show Himself 4 episodes
2015 John Mulaney: The Comeback Kid Himself Stand-up special
2016 Lady Dynamite James Earl James Episode: "Pilot"
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! George St. Geegland Episode: "The Lonely Island Wear Dark Pants and Eyeglasses"
2016 Maya & Marty -- 6 episodes; Writer
2016 Difficult People Cecil Jellford Episode: "Unplugged"
2017 Night of Too Many Stars Himself Television special
2017 32nd Independent Spirit Awards Himself (host) Television special
2017 Oh, Hello on Broadway George St. Geegland Television special
2017-present Big Mouth Andrew Glouberman
Various roles
Voice; also consulting producer
2018 Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity Himself Television special
2018 33rd Independent Spirit Awards Himself (host) Television special
2018 Portlandia George St. Geegland Episode: "Peter Follows P!nk"
2018 Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Himself Episode: "A Hooker in the Rain"
2018 John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City Himself Stand-up special
2018 Animals. Olafur / Mackerel Voice; Episode: "Pigeons"
2018-2019 Crashing Himself 2 episodes
2018-2020 Saturday Night Live Himself (host) 4 episodes
2019 The Simpsons Warburton Parker Voice; Episode: "The Winter of Our Monetized Content"
2019 Dickinson Henry David Thoreau 2 episodes
2019 Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj Himself Deep Cut appearance
2019 John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch Himself Netflix children's musical comedy special
2020 The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo Himself Episode #1.3
2020-present Late Night with Seth Meyers -- Writer
2021 House Hunters: Comedians on Couches Unfiltered Himself Episode #1.1 John Mulaney: Dance Space

Theatre

Year Title Role Venue Ref.
2015 Oh, Hello on Broadway Playwright &
Performer - George St. Geegland
Cherry Lane Theatre, Off-Broadway [110]
2016 Lyceum Theatre, Broadway

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2020 Marvel Contest of Champions Spider-Ham [48][49]

Discography

Awards and nominations

Mulaney has received numerous awards nominations and wins for his work in television. In 2009 Mulaney won a Peabody Award alongside the writers of Saturday Night Live for their satirical work on the 2008 United States Presidential Election.[111] He has received many Primetime Emmy Award nominations for his work on Saturday Night Live and Documentary Now!. He won his first Emmy Award in 2011 for co-writing the song, "Justin Timberlake Monologue" with Seth Meyers and Justin Timberlake which aired on Saturday Night Live. He won his second Emmy in 2018 for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special for his standup special, John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City.[112]

Primetime Emmy Awards

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