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October 16, 1983 (40)

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Andrew Santino is an American stand-up comedian, actor and writer. He began his career as a stand-up comedian in Chicago and quickly made a name for himself on the comedy circuit. He’s appeared on several comedy festivals such as Montreal’s Just for Laughs, SXSW and The Laugh Factory. He’s also been featured on Comedy Central’s “Adam Devine‘s House Party” and “This Is Not Happening” and has his own Comedy Central half-hour special. He also has a recurring role as Bill on the comedy series “Mixology.”

Santino’s body of work is diverse, spanning from acting to stand-up comedy. One of his breakout roles came in the form of Bill Hobbs in the drama series “I’m Dying Up Here,” which explored the complexities of life in the comedy world of the 1970s. He has also appeared in other television shows like “Mixology” and “Dave,” as well as films such as “The Disaster Artist” and “Little Women.” Not confined to acting alone, Santino is also a stand-up comedian who hosts a popular podcast called “Whiskey Ginger,” where he interviews a wide range of guests from various industries.

Throughout his career, Santino has collaborated with numerous individuals from different fields. In acting, he’s shared the screen with Melissa Leo and RJ Cyler in “I’m Dying Up Here,” James Franco and Dave Franco in “The Disaster Artist,” and Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson in “Little Women.” As a comedian, he’s performed alongside Joe Rogan, Tom Segura, and Bill Burr. His podcast “Whiskey Ginger” has featured a wide range of guests, including Bobby Lee, Chris D’Elia, and Bert Kreischer. Even in the realm of music, Santino has dipped his toes, appearing in the music video for rapper Logic‘s song “Homicide,” which also featured Eminem.

Santino was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role in “I’m Dying Up Here.”