No Pets (Anders Holm)
Anders Holm does not have any reported pets.
Anders Holm is an American actor, writer, and producer best known for his breakout role as Blake Henderson in the hit Comedy Central series Workaholics. Since then, he has gone on to create, produce, and star in several successful television series, films, and web series.
Holm’s career began in the mid-2000s when he co-founded the sketch comedy group Mail Order Comedy with his longtime friends and collaborators Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Kyle Newacheck. The group’s first big break came in 2006 when they won a $250,000 prize on the reality show Project Greenlight for their feature film script Mail Order Comedy. While the film was never produced, the group’s success on the show led to several other opportunities, including the creation of Workaholics. Workaholics premiered in 2011 and quickly became a fan favorite, running for seven seasons and 86 episodes.
Since Workaholics, Holm continued to appeare in a number of popular comedies, including The Intern, How to Be Single, and The Mindy Project. Holm has also lent his voice to several animated projects, including the Disney+ series, Muppets Now, and the upcoming Netflix series, Chicago Party Aunt.
He has worked with fellow Workaholics stars Blake Anderson and Adam DeVine on several projects, including the films The Intern and Game Over, Man! He has also collaborated with comedian and actor Aziz Ansari on the Netflix series Master of None, and he appeared alongside Kevin Hart in the hit comedy film The Wedding Ringer.
In 2017, Holm had a role in his feature film debut, the comedy, “The House.” He co-starred alongside Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, playing a suburban couple who turn their home into an illegal casino to pay for their daughter’s college tuition. The film received mixed reviews but marked a major step forward for Holm.