Drew Tarver

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Drew Tarver
Born
Andrew Tarver
OccupationActor, comedian
Years active2011–present

Drew Tarver is an American actor and comedian from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles.[1][2][3] Tarver is best known for starring in the Seeso show Bajillion Dollar Propertie$. He is also a regular guest on the podcasts Comedy Bang! Bang!, Matt Besser's podcast improv4humans, and Paul F. Tompkins' podcast Spontaneanation. In 2017 he played the fictional Carl Hardee Jr. in a series of commercials for Carl's Jr. and Hardee's.[4]

Tarver is the brother of singer Katelyn Tarver.

Filmography[edit]

Feature films
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Jerked Drew
2016 Other People Craig
2016 Dean Kip
Television shows
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Animal Practice Todd Episode: "Dr. Yamamazing"
2013 Newsreaders Counselor #3 Episode: "Gay Camp"
2013 Big Time Rush Executive #2 Episode: "Big Time Cartoon"
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Marcus Episode: "A Hard Drive to Swallow"
2014 How I Met Your Dad Todd Series regular, pilot
2014 The McCarthys Ben Episode: "Love, McCarthys Style"
2015 Filthy Preppy Teen$ Homeless Teen Episode: "Hangout"
2016 Angel from Hell Oliver Episode: "Angel Probation"
2016–17 The UCB Show Various 5 episodes
2016–present Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Baxter Reynolds Series regular; 26 episodes
2016 Tween Fest Zayden Ostin Storm Series regular; 8 episodes
2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Donny Gary Episode: "Scott Aukerman Wears a Tailored Black Suit"
2017 Girlboss Psychic Episode: "Thank You, San Francisco"
2018 LA to Vegas Farley Episode: "Two and a Half Pilots"
2018 Love Andrew Cruikshank 2 episodes
2018 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Gary Jennings Episode: "Nutriboom"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (26 February 2014). "Drew Tarver Lands A Lead In 'How I Met Your Mother' Spinoff".
  2. ^ "Savannah-area native Drew Tarver getting a 'Bajillion Dollar' shot at fame".
  3. ^ "'How I Met Your Mother' Spinoff Casts Drew Tarver". 25 February 2014.
  4. ^ Stanley, T.L. (March 19, 2017). "Burgers, Not Boobs: Carl's Jr. Brilliantly Flips the Script by Tearing Down Its Own Smutty Ads". Ad Week. Retrieved June 24, 2017.

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