Mulaney at Bumbershoot in 2010.
August 26, 1982 |
Chicago, Illinois, United States
|Notable works and roles||Former Saturday Night Live writer, co-creator of Stefon with Bill Hader|
Mulaney was born in Chicago, Illinois, to a law professor mother and an attorney father. He is of Irish Catholic and French background. He attended St. Clement School and St. Ignatius College Prep. He then attended Georgetown University, where he studied English Literature.
Saturday Night Live
In addition to his work on SNL, Mulaney is a prolific stand-up comedian. He has performed once on Live at Gotham, once on Conan, once on Jimmy Kimmel Live, twice on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, twice on Late Night With Conan O'Brien, and once on Comedy Central Presents. Mulaney also released a stand-up comedy album entitled The Top Part in 2009, and a stand-up comedy special called New In Town in 2012. Both were produced with Comedy Central.
In May 2013, NBC passed on picking up Mulaney's semi-autobiographical sitcom pilot, titled Mulaney. However, in June 2013, Fox Broadcasting Company ordered a new script as the network reviews whether to order the production of several episodes. In October 2013, Fox announced that they picked up the show. John Mulaney is the creator, producer, and writer of his eponymous series. Additionally, he is one of the principal actors along with Martin Short.
In 2013, Mulaney became engaged to make-up artist Annamarie Tendler. The Couple own a French Bulldog named Petunia.
|2004||Jump Cuts||Dory Van Hoorn||Episode: "1.2"|
|2006||Live at Gotham||Himself||Episode: "1.3"|
|2007||Late Night with Conan O'Brien||Himself||Episodes: "7 June 2007" & "15 February 2007"|
|2007||Human Giant||Various||Episode: "24 Hour Marathon"|
|2008||Best Week Ever ||Himself||Several episodes|
|2008||Important Things with Demetri Martin||John Mulaney/Green Beret & Writer||Several episodes|
|2009||Saturday Night Live||Various roles & Writer||Various episodes|
|2009||Comedy Central Presents||Himself||Stand-up Half Hour|
|2010||Mayne Street||Dylan||Six episodes|
|2010||Ugly Americans||Tony / The In-Between World Guide||Two episodes|
|2012||Funny As Hell||Himself||Stand-up: Episode #2.2|
|2012||Kroll Show||George St. Geegland||Various episodes|
|2013||The Jeselnik Offensive||Himself||Two episodes|
|2013||The Pete Holmes Show||Himself||One episode|
|2014||Mulaney||Himself||Creator, Producer, Writer, Actor|
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- Mulaney, John (2009). The Top Part. New York: Comedy Central Records. OCLC 317698024.
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