Jason Mantzoukas

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Jason Mantzoukas
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Mantzoukas speaking at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con
Born (1972-12-18) December 18, 1972 (age 49)
Other namesZouks,[1] Hey Nongman,[2] The Dink Dink Man,[3] Jeffrey Characterwheaties[4]
Alma materMiddlebury College
  • Actor
  • comedian
  • writer
  • podcaster
Years active1998–present

Jason Mantzoukas (/mænˈzkəs/, Greek: Ιάσων Μαντζούκας; born December 18, 1972) is an American actor, comedian, writer and podcaster. He is best known for his recurring role as Rafi in the FX comedy series The League, and as one of the three co-hosts of the podcast How Did This Get Made? alongside Paul Scheer and June Diane Raphael.

After beginning his career as an improv comedian, he has played several comedic roles in film and television. He appeared in the films The Dictator, The Long Dumb Road, Sleeping with Other People, They Came Together, Conception, and John Wick: Chapter 3. He has had recurring roles on three TV series created by Michael Schur: Parks and Recreation (as Dennis Feinstein), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (as Adrian Pimento), and The Good Place (as Derek Hofstetler). He voices the characters Jay Bilzerian in the Netflix animated series Big Mouth, Alex Dorpenberger in the HBO Max animated series Close Enough, Rex Splode in the Amazon Prime animated action series Invincible, and Jankom Pog in the Paramount+ animated series Star Trek: Prodigy.

Early life and education[edit]

Mantzoukas was born in Nahant, Massachusetts, and is the eldest child of Cynthia (née Mourousas) and William Mantzoukas, second-generation Greek-Americans.[5][6] He has one younger sister, Melissa.[7] He has described himself as "100 percent Greek."[8][9]

Mantzoukas began taking drum lessons at age 10 and studied under Steve Barrett for over 8 years.[10] In interviews, he has cited Stewart Copeland, Stephen Perkins from Jane's Addiction, and Jimmy Chamberlin from The Smashing Pumpkins as his biggest influences as a young musician.[11] He participated in jazz and marching bands in high school, as well as playing in a cover band called Slygoul.[12] He continued with jazz drumming in college and also played for a bebop group.[13]

Mantzoukas attended Swampscott High School, graduating in 1991.[14] While attending, he was named captain of Swampscott's boys' soccer and track teams and was also president of the marching band.[15] He then attended Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, where he majored in religion.[16] He attempted to defend a "terribly written" honors thesis on religious iconography (which he admits to starting a week prior to his defense date) but was not given credit to graduate with honors.[17]

After graduating college in 1995, Mantzoukas was granted a Watson Fellowship and traveled throughout North Africa and the Middle East studying religious and transcendental music for nearly two years.[8][18] He has admitted to having a "horrible [grant proposal] but was charming in the room; so [he earned the grant]."[17] At the time he left for Morocco for the Watson Fellowship, he had already had six auditions and callbacks for the Blue Man Group, but he ultimately decided to travel before the audition process was complete.[19][20] He lived in Morocco for about 7½ months while studying and recording Gnawa music.[21] While abroad, he also traveled to Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Jordan, and Syria.[17] During his time abroad, he was arrested numerous times, once in Morocco for having an expired tourist visa and again in Turkey to prevent him from traveling through an active war zone.[17]


Early comedy[edit]

Mantzoukas first began writing comedy sketches during his junior and senior years of high school for variety shows.[22] He began performing short-form improvisational comedy (improv) as a part of the Otter Nonsense Players at Middlebury College and quickly became "obsessed" with improv as it used the same skill set as performing jazz.[17] While performing with the Otters, Mantzoukas met and began learning and practicing long-form improv with fellow performers, Jessica St. Clair, Dan O'Brien, and Rodney Rothman.[13]

Upright Citizens Brigade[edit]

Soon after moving to New York City in 1998, he began performing comedy regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (UCB) and was taught by Amy Poehler.[13] He was a member of the improv team "Mother," one of the UCB's earliest house teams.[22][23][24] During his time at UCB, Mantzoukas worked in the computer graphics department at J.P. Morgan for over three years to "make ends meet."[25]

Mantzoukas and comedian Ed Herbstman performed as the comedy duo, "The Mantzoukas Brothers," for a number of years and were named the "Best Improv Duo" by Time Out New York magazine in 2006.[22][26] Mantzoukas continued to write and perform as a duo with Jessica St. Clair appearing in the sketch show, "We Used to Go Out" and long-form improv show, "First Date."[22][27][28] Together, he and St. Clair pitched a pilot to HBO (which was ultimately not picked up) and also earned a deal with Comedy Central.[22] The two were often compared to the likes of Nichols and May and continue to collaborate and perform on the podcast, Womp It Up!.[29] Mantzoukas would later go on to teach advanced improv classes at UCB.[30]

Television and film[edit]

Mantzoukas has appeared in movies such as Baby Mama, I Hate Valentine's Day, The Dictator, and John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, and starred in The Long Dumb Road.[8][31][32][33] Mantzoukas has a main role in the Paramount+ comedy series No Activity, and has had recurring roles on The League as Rafi, Enlightened, Kroll Show, Parks and Recreation, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Transparent, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, I'm Sorry, and The Good Place.[13][34]

Mantzoukas has done extensive voice acting work, including main roles on the animated series Big Mouth, Close Enough, HouseBroken, and Star Trek: Prodigy.[34] In 2018, he replaced T.J. Miller as the voice of Mr. Mucus for the Mucinex commercials.[35] He was recently cast as Dionysus/Mr. D in the Disney+ adaptation of the famous book series "Percy Jackson and the Olympians".

Writing career[edit]

In 2008, NBC ordered a pilot for a comedy series written by Mantzoukas called Off Duty.[13][36] The pilot was filmed in New York starring Bradley Whitford and Romany Malco but the series was not picked up.[13] In interviews in 2014, Mantzoukas announced that he was working on a "loosely autobiographical" television show for Showtime about life after ending a long-term relationship.[13]

Mantzoukas earned credit for writing the screenplay draft of the buddy cop comedy Ride Along, starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.[37] He originally was asked to write for Andy Samberg as one of the leads, but the rights to the film were ultimately purchased by Universal Studios who later cast Hart in the role originally intended for Samberg.[38] He has also served as a consulting writer and producer on Childrens Hospital and Portlandia.[39]


He currently co-hosts the podcast How Did This Get Made? with Paul Scheer and June Diane Raphael.[40] Mantzoukas also regularly makes appearances on Comedy Bang! Bang!, Womp It Up!, and Reply All.[41][42][43]

Personal life[edit]

Mantzoukas was born with an egg allergy and experiences anaphylaxis if ingested.[44] He has cited this allergy as the cause of his hypochondriac tendencies.[45]

He was previously in a relationship with actress Connie Britton.[46][47][48]



Year Title Role Notes
2004 Terrorists John Stevens
2007 American Loser Luggage Channel Guy
2008 Baby Mama Gay Couple
2009 I Hate Valentine's Day Brian Blowdell
Splinterheads The Amazing Steve
2010 Please Give Shopper
2011 Conception Brian
2012 The Dictator Nadal
2014 Ride Along Writer
They Came Together Bob
Neighbors Doctor Theodorakis
Adult Beginners Herman
Stretch Manny the Valet
Search Party The Amazing Hugo
2015 Sleeping with Other People Xander
Regular Show: The Movie Mr. Ross (voice)
The Night Before Bad Santa #1
2016 Dirty Grandpa Tan Pam
Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie Homeless Man
How to Be Single George
2017 The Lego Batman Movie Scarecrow (voice)
The Disaster Artist Peter Anway
The House Frank Theodorakis
2018 The Long Dumb Road Richard
Ralph Breaks the Internet Hey Nongman (voice)
2019 John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Tick Tock Man
2020 Dolittle James the Dragonfly (voice)
2021 Infinite Artisan
America: The Motion Picture Sam Adams (voice)


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Upright Citizens Brigade Orgy Man Episode: "Sex"
2007 Human Giant Human Giant's #1 Fan Episode: "24 Hour Marathon"
2008 Squidbillies Pine Booby (voice) Episode: "Flight of the Deep Fried Pine Booby"
2010–2012 The Life & Times of Tim Various voices 3 episodes
2010–2015 The League Rafi 30 episodes; also writer
2010 Lee Mathers Victor Dekmajian Television film
2011 Childrens Hospital Mole Man Episode: "Newsreaders"
Also writer and consulting producer
Traffic Light Dimitry Episode: "En Fuego"
2011–2013 Enlightened Omar Ali 8 episodes
Parks and Recreation Dennis Feinstein 5 episodes
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Hank Schiller Episode: "Comic-Con-Flict"
2013 Bob's Burgers Mr. Manoogian (voice) Episode: "The Unnatural"
The Greatest Event in Television History Director Episode: "Too Close for Comfort"
Hole to Hole! Ashleigh Dangerhole Television film
Modern Family Kenny Episode: "Party Crasher"
2013–2015 Kroll Show Various 9 episodes
2013–2016 Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself / Chef Emeril Lugosi 4 episodes
2014 Broad City Creepy DJ #2 Episode: "Fattest Asses"
Playing House C.J. Wolfe Episode: "Drumline"
Review Crazed Driver Episode: "Road Rage; Orgy"
2014–2017 Transparent Dr. Steve 5 episodes
2014–2018 Drunk History Various 3 episodes
2015 Community Matt Lundergard Episode: "Queer Studies & Advanced Waxing"
Regular Show Various voices 3 episodes
2016 Animals. Fink (voice) Episode: "Rats."
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Robert Castellanos Episode: "Spring"
Mr. Neighbor's House Executive producer, creator, writer
2016–2017 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Jerry 2 episodes
Lady Dynamite Karl Grisham 2 episodes
We Bare Bears Scientist (voice) 2 episodes
2016–2021 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Adrian Pimento 11 episodes
American Dad! Various voices 5 episodes
2017 Comrade Detective Dragos (voice) 6 episodes
HarmonQuest Grabble Gribble Episode: "The City of Forlona"
Workaholics Isaac Lubetkin Episode: "Party Gawds"
2017–2019 I'm Sorry Kyle 6 episodes
2017–2020 The Good Place Derek Hofstetler 9 episodes
2017–present No Activity Marco / Dustin Kasprowicz 18 episodes
Big Mouth Jay Bilzerian / various voices 41 episodes
2018 Mr. Neighbor's House 2 Executive producer, creator, writer
2018–2019 Nailed It! Himself 2 episodes
2019 Legion Jerome Wolf Episode: "Chapter 25"
Dickinson Bee (voice) 3 episodes
2019–2020 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Carl Sando (voice) 3 episodes
2020 Solar Opposites Vanbo (voice) Episode: "Retrace-Your-Step-Alizer"
The Shivering Truth (voice) Episode: "Nesslessness"
Magical Girl Friendship Squad The Emptier (voice) Episode: "Just Two Weak Girls"
2020–2021 The George Lucas Talk Show Himself 3 episodes
DuckTales Steelbeak (voice) 3 episodes
2020–2022 Close Enough Alex Dorpenberger (voice) 16 episodes
2021 Robot Chicken Jughead Jones (voice) Episode: "The Bleepin' Robot Chicken Archie Comics Special"
Invincible Rex Sloan / Rex Splode (voice) 6 episodes
HouseBroken The Gray One (voice) 11 episodes
The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse Huckster McBackstabber (voice) Episode: "Duet for Two"
Ultra City Smiths Tim Snodgrass (voice) 5 episodes
Star Trek: Prodigy Jankom Pog (voice) Main role
2022 Pam & Tommy Penis of Tommy Lee (voice) Episode: "I Love You, Tommy"[49]
Roar Dave Episode: "The Woman Who Was Fed by a Duck"
2022 Paper Girls Grand Father Guest; 3 episodes
2024 Percy Jackson and the Olympians Mr. D / Dionysus Upcoming series for Disney+

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2022 Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova Jankom Pog (voice)

Podcast and radio appearances[edit]

In addition to hosting How Did This Get Made?, Mantzoukas also has been a guest on a number of podcasts.

Year Title Episode(s)
2010–present Comedy Bang! Bang! 53+
2011–2015 Doug Loves Movies 7 episodes
Affirmation Nation 9 episodes
2012 Sklarbro Country "Hotzi"
Jordan, Jesse Go! "Ep 244 Hashtag Friend Zone"
Earwolf Presents "The Christmas Womptacular"
2012–2013 You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes 2 episodes
2012, 2014 Totally Laime 2 episodes
2012–2017 Who Charted? 5 episodes
2012–2018 improv4humans 6 episodes
2013 Kevin Pollak's Chat Show "Jason Mantzoukas"
The Dead Authors Podcast "Chapter 24: Plato, featuring Jason Mantzoukas"
WireTap "S10E09: Trapped"
2014 The K Ohle with Kurt Braunohler "The Boat Show with Jason Mantzoukas"
Never Not Funny "Episode 1517 - Jason Mantzoukas"
2014, 2018 The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project 2 episodes
2014–2020 Hollywood Handbook 3 episodes
2015 Reading Aloud "#25 Jason Mantzoukas, Robert Baker, Crispin Whittell"
Crybabies "Jason Mantzoukas"
Black List Table Reads "Balls Out"
2015–2017 Gilmore Guys 7 episodes
2015–2020 Womp It Up! 9 episodes
2016 Don't Get Me Started "Jason Mantzoukas - Improv"
Spontaneanation "Rented Cabin in the Mountains"
With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus "Jason Mantzoukas: What Went Wrong?"
Unqualified #20, #52
How To Be Less Old "Jason Mantzoukas Is #NotOnTwitterGuys"
2016–2017 FOUND 2 episodes
2016–2019 The Watch 8 episodes
2016–2020 Reply All #58, #80, #134, #165
2017 WTF with Marc Maron "Jason Mantzoukas"
K&B Podcast "Wednesday, June 28th"
Dumb People Town "Jason Mantzoukas - Dibblin' a Toe In"
UCB Long-Form Conversations "Paul Scheer/Jason Mantzoukas"
DTR - The Official Tinder Podcast "JU-LI-A"
2018 UCB Sports & Leisure "What about Blotch? (w/ Jason Mantzoukas)"
Maisel Goys "Season One (with Jason Mantzoukas)"
Dr. Gameshow "#NAHSMYOZ"
R U Talkin' R.E.M. RE: ME? "Covers of R.E.M. with Jason Mantzoukas"
Heavy Friending "Joe and Laura Talk to Jason Mantzoukas at Austin Film Festival"
Raised By TV "Zoom Zoom (w/ Jason Mantzoukas)"
KFC Radio "Jason Mantzoukas, Back 2 School with Large, and Frankie's Groupie"
My TV Family "Austin Film Festival Review"
The Comic's Comic Presents Last Things First "Episode #235: Jason Mantzoukas"
Back to One "Jason Mantzoukas"
2018–2019 The Good Place: The Podcast Ch. 21, Ch. 38
2018–2020 Doughboys 2 episodes
2019 Armchair Expert "Jason Mantzoukas"
Aquarium Drunkard "Transmissions Podcast: Jason Mantzoukas/Remembering Sara Romweber/Low: On Double Negative"
Off Camera "Jason Mantzoukas"
Wild Horses: The Perspective "Jason Mantzoukas: For Who Could Ever Love A Beast"
The TV Campfire "The League Reunion (Live from ATX Season 8)"
The Need to Fail "Jason Mantzoukas"
2020 Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Podcast 2 episodes
Off Book "Jason Mantzoukas in Off Book: Undercover"
Beef and Dairy Network "Introducing … Bimpsie!"
Binge Mode: Weekly "Jason Mantzoukas Part 1", "Jason Mantzoukas Part 2"
The Scaredy Cats Horror Show "#1 The Exorcist"
How Did This Get Played? "Street Fighter The Movie with Jason Mantzoukas & Paul Scheer"
Thirst Aid Kit "A Dog Called Rex (with Jason Mantzoukas)"
Bonanas for Bonanza "The Saga of Annie O'Toole"
Selected Shorts "Child's Play"
I Will Write Your Book "Feel the Beat - Jason Mantzoukas"
The Church of Shaun Diston "We Have to Stop Talkin' TMNT on CBB - TMNT 3 w/ Jason Mantzoukas"
Home Cooking "Fronds with Benefits (with Jason Mantzoukas)"
The Last Laugh "Jason Mantzoukas Is Comedy's Go-To 'Maniac'"
2020–2021 Hello from the Magic Tavern 2 episodes
Blank Check with Griffin & David 2 episodes
2021 Three Questions with Andy Richter "Jason Mantzoukas"
Mega 2 episodes
Circle Round "The Missing Knight feat. Sarah, Duchess of York & Jason Mantzoukas"
The Ringer-Verse 3 episodes
Movies That Changed My Life "Jason Mantzoukas: Harold and Maude, The Big Lebowski, and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"
Ask Ronna "A Little Bit of Vomit in Every Kiss with Jason Mantzoukas"
X-Ray Vision "The Marvelous MCU TV Shows of Disney+"
2022 The Sporkful "Jason Mantzoukas Sees Every Meal as a Threat"


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