Nick Kroll is an American actor best known for his role as Nick in the short-lived television comedy series Cavemen, in 2007; and for his starring role as Rodney Ruxin, a Jewish product-liability attorney who is just as ruthless in the league as he is in the courtroom, in the television comedy series The League.
Nick has been named one of Variety's "10 Comics to Watch" and was featured in Comedy Central's "Hot List of '09."
In addition to starring in The League, Kroll can also be seen in the Comedy Central series, Kroll Show, which he created and starred in.
He has also appeared in Little Fockers, opposite Ben Stiller, Dinner for Schmucks, opposite Paul Rudd, and Date Night, opposite Steve Carrell and Tina Fey. Other feature credits include Get Him to the Greek, I Love You Man and A Good Old Fashioned Orgy.
Kroll's writing work includes contributions to Chappelle's Show, The Life and Times of Tim, Human Giant and the best-selling coffee table book, Bar Mitzvah Disco, which he co-wrote.
Additionally, Nick lent his voice to the animated series, The Life and Times of Tim for HBO, on which he played Stu, Tim's best friend.
Nick starred in ABC's Cavemen, based on the highly popular Geico advertisements, and has also made appearances on CBS's Worst Week, VH1's Best Week Ever and on Reno 911! as El Chupacabra, Reno's only Latin radio show DJ.
He is also well known for his characters Fabrice Fabrice, the craft services coordinator for the television show That's So Raven; Bobby Bottleservice, who loves his mother very much and wears Ed Hardy head to toe; and Gil Faizon, an Upper West Side, middle-aged divorcee who's obsessed with Alan Alda, of the Oh, Hello Show, which Kroll created with John Mulaney.
Kroll's Comedy Central hour-long special, Thank You Very Cool, aired on the network January 29th, 2011. Kroll currently lives in Los Angeles.