Jon Gabrus

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Jon Gabrus
Born (1982-01-31) January 31, 1982 (age 42)
Occupation(s)Actor, comedian
Years active2005–present

Jon Gabrus (born January 31, 1982) is an American actor and comedian, best known for his work on Guy Code, the podcast Comedy Bang! Bang!, and TVLand's Younger. He is a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and hosts the High and Mighty podcast, as well as co-hosting the Raised By TV and Action Boyz podcasts.

Early life and education[edit]

Jonathan Gabrus was born and raised in Long Island in the town of Bellmore. He attended Wellington C. Mepham High School where he was a part of the football and swim teams. Gabrus was a lifeguard in the summers during school at Field 6, Jones Beach State Park. After graduation Gabrus attended Marist College where he played club rugby. Gabrus’ admission essay was about Popeye.


Jon Gabrus began performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York in 2005 and currently performs at the theater in Los Angeles. At UCB, he has been a member of the teams Mailer Daemon, fwand, The Law Firm, and Your F'd Up Family. His one-person show "Blackout Drunk" also played at the theater. He has been a regular panelist for MTV2's Guy Code for five seasons and has played recurring roles on TV shows like Younger, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and The Hotwives of Las Vegas.

In 2015, Gabrus was a contestant on the short internet game show from CollegeHumor “Um, Actually”. He also began hosting the podcast High and Mighty on Amir Blumenfeld and Jake Hurwitz's HeadGum network. He appears frequently on the podcasts improv4humans and Comedy Bang! Bang! On the latter, he plays the character of Gino Lombardo, host Scott Aukerman's very thin intern. On September 25, 2015, it was reported that Gabrus would co-write a half-hour spy comedy for Fox with Paul Lieberstein and potentially star in the project.[1]


Feature films
Year Title Role Notes
2011 A Kiss for Jed Guy 1 (Blarney Stone)
2013 Awful Nice Klaus
2015 4th Man Out Ortu
2016 Flock of Dudes Gabrus
2017 The Little Hours Guard Gregorio
2018 Game Over, Man! Husky Hostage
2019 Scare Package MISTER member Segment "M.I.S.T.E.R."
2019 Bombshell Sound Man
2020 Bad Hair Valet
2024 Drugstore June Shane
Television shows - scripted
Year Title Role Notes
2006 Late Night with Conan O'Brien Various Episode #13.147
2012 Big Lake Pizza Guy Episode: "Chris Is Mayor For 24 Minutes"
2012 Happy Endings Cashier Episode: "The Kerkovich Way"
2013 Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight Stoned Clerk Television film
2014 Newsreaders Tommy Goldman Episode: "Go Nadz; Talkin' News"
2014–2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Various Recurring, 4 episodes
2015 Workaholics Jamie Episode: "Peyote It Forward"
2015 Playing House Roadie Episode: "Celebrate Me Scones"
2015–2017 Adam Ruins Everything Various Recurring, 4 episodes
2015 The Hotwives of Las Vegas Junior Recurring, 6 episodes
2015–2016 Younger Gabe Recurring, 8 episodes
2016 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Jumbo Haynes Episode: "Make Partner Part 2"
2016 Bones Jeff "Doc" Dockerty Episode: "The Head in the Abutment"
2017 Big Mouth Movie Theater Customer (voice) Episode: "Am I Gay?"
2018–2019 Drunk History Himself 3 episodes
2018 Another Period Hobo Episode: "Lucky Chang's"
2018–2022 Craig of the Creek Paintball Benny (voice) 6 episodes
2018 Animals. McManus (voice) 2 episodes
2019 What We Do in the Shadows Wharfinger 2 episodes
2019 Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show Executive Episode: "Ice Cube Day"
2020 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Fireman Curt Episode: "Lights Out"
2020 American Dad! Horse Stable Owner (voice) Episode: "Roger Needs Dick"
2021 Pretty Smart Sauna Gary Episode: "I mean... just watch!"
2022 Maggie Driver Episode: "I See a Baby in Your Future"
Television shows - unscripted
Year Title Role Notes
2011–2012 The Substitute Host
2011–2015 Guy Code Himself
2012–2013 Money From Strangers Himself
2013 Guy Court Himself
2014–2017 Wild 'n Out Himself
2015 Hair Jacked Host
2015 Santas in the Barn Host
2018 Nailed It! Himself Episode: "High Society"
2020 The George Lucas Talk Show Himself Episode: "SithTrax"
2022 Is It Cake? Judge Episode: "Cake Crashers"
2022 101 Places To Party Before You Die Himself [2]


  1. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (September 25, 2015). "Fox Buys Spy Comedy From Adam Pally & Paul Lieberstein". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved January 15, 2016.
  2. ^ Kurp, Josh (May 5, 2022). "The Trailer For '101 Places To Party Before You Die' Is A Blast". UPROXX. Retrieved May 18, 2022.

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