Baron Vaughn

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Baron Vaughn
Born (1980-12-18) December 18, 1980 (age 36)
Portales, New Mexico, U.S.[1]
Residence Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Alma mater Boston University
Occupation Comedian, actor
Years active 2006-present

Baron Vaughn (born December 18, 1980)[2] is an American comedian and actor known for his portrayal of Nwabudike "Bud" Bergstein on the Netflix television series Grace and Frankie with Jane Fonda, Martin Sheen, and Lily Tomlin.

Previously, Vaughn appeared on the USA Network television series Fairly Legal, on which he played legal assistant Leonardo Prince.[3]

A classically trained actor, Vaughn has appeared in Law & Order and has played supporting roles in a number of feature films, including Cloverfield and Black Dynamite. However, he is best known for his comedy work; credits include The Awkward Comedy Show with Hannibal Buress, and stand-up comedy featured on the talk shows Lopez Tonight, Conan, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He has appeared on Comedy Central during Live at Gotham and Russell Simmons Presents "Live at the EL REY", has starred in various CollegeHumor videos, and has performed stand-up comedy at Collegehumor live. He also appeared in a SXSW show..

Vaughn also has a philosophy podcast, Deep S##! with Baron Vaughn.[4] In November 2014, he started another podcast with Leonard Maltin called Maltin on Movies on the new Wolfpop network, sister network of Earwolf.[5]

On November 23, 2015 Mystery Science Theater 3000 creator Joel Hodgson announced that Vaughn would provide the voice of Tom Servo in the series' upcoming reboot.[6]

He provides the voice of Moon in the Disney XD series Right Now Kapow.

As of 2013, Vaughn lives in Los Angeles, California.[7] He has previously been involved in polyamorous relationships, though as of November 2016, he is involved in a monogamous relationship.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://m.imdb.com/name/nm2296000/bio?ref_=m_mn_ov_bio
  2. ^ http://www.earwolf.com/episode/rainbow-bridge/
  3. ^ "Baron Vaughn". USA Network. Retrieved October 1, 2013.
  4. ^ http://splitsider.com/2013/06/talking-to-baron-vaughn-about-the-half-hour-structuring-an-act-and-recreating-behaviors/
  5. ^ http://maltinonmovies.wolfpop.com/audio/playlists/3945/
  6. ^ Rife, Katie (2015-11-23). "Joel Hodgson reveals his picks for MST3K's new Mad and the 'Bots". The A.V. Club. 
  7. ^ http://www.al.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2013/10/baron_vaughn_before_free_hunts.html
  8. ^ http://www.wnyc.org/story/2-dope-queens-podcast-episode-20-gchat

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