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Baron Vaughn Bio, Age, Wife, Podcast, Movies, TV Shows

Baron Vaughn is an American comedian and actor, known for his portrayal of Nwabudike “Bud” Bergstein on the Netflix TV series Grace and Frankie

Baron Vaughn Biography

Baron Vaughn is an American comedian and actor, known for his portrayal of Nwabudike “Bud” Bergstein on the Netflix TV series Grace and Frankie and Tom Servo on the 2017 revival of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Baron Vaughn Age

He was born on December 18, 1980, in Portales, New Mexico, U.S.

Baron Vaughn Height

He stands at a height of 1.7 m.

Baron Vaughn Family

Less is known of his father and mother’s details besides the fact that he grew up without a father. Years back he spent part of his life looking for his dad but he did not get to find him. Less is known about his siblings if he has any.

Baron Vaughn Photo

Baron Vaughn Partner | Wife

He is not married but he has a girlfriend and they have a baby. However, the details about his girlfriend’s names baby’s details are not available.

Baron Vaughn Baby | Son

He has a baby with his girlfriend but exact details about them is not available.

Baron Vaughn Movies And TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

2019

Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Donatello

2015

Life in Color

Accomplished Comic

2014

Jason Nash Is Married

Arthur

2013

The Assistant

Baron

2012

The Kitchen

Andre

2011

Thugs, the Musical!

Donald Evan Lesley

2010

Ghostbusters Return

Anatomy of the Lonely

2009

Black Dynamite

Jimmy

Cozy Bear

Baron

Untitled Sketch Group

Baron Vaughn

2008

Cloverfield

Party Goer

2007

Twisted Fortune

Jack the Counter Guy

2006

My Brother

Reason Comic

Television

Year

Title

Role

2018

Take My Wife

Man Asking for Directions

Corporate

Baron

2017–present

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Tom Servo

2017

Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special

Ben

Ya Killin’ Me

Nurse

Superstore

Ken

2016–19

Those Who Can’t

Phil

2016–18

BoJack Horseman

Various voices

2016–17

Right Now Kapow

Moon (voice)

2016

Love

Girls

Wolfie

HelLA

Douche Bag

Hidden America with Jonah Ray

Shane

2015–present

Grace and Frankie

Nwabudike “Bud” Bergstein

2015–16

TripTank

Thomas / Person in Line (voice)

2014–16

Comedy Bang! Bang!

Zeke

2014

Enlisted

Wallace

Key & Peele

Man at Bar

Dream Corp, LLC

Instructional Patient

2013

Arrested Development

Hors D’oeuvre Server

Law of the Land

Umprey Nixon

You’re Whole

Eddie

2012

CollegeHumor Originals

Metatron

2011–12

Fairly Legal

Leonardo Prince

2010

The Whitest Kids U’ Know

Jury Selector

2009

Rescue Me

Hipster #1

Wake Up World

Davis Miles

Canned

Trent

2008–09

Law & Order

Asst. M.E. Anskel

2008

Teachers

Justin Hughes

2007

The Gamekillers

Open Mike

2006

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Amos

The Burg

The Photographer

Baron Vaughn Net Worth

His successful career has earned him a net worth of $2 million.

Baron Vaughn Stand Up

He is best known for his comedy work; he has performed stand-up comedy on talk shows such as Lopez Tonight,  Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He also has starred in various CollegeHumor videos and has performed stand-up comedy at CollegeHumor.

Baron Vaughn Mst3k

It was announced back in November 2015 that he would be involved in the crowd-funded revival of Mystery Science Theater 3000. He provides the sound of Tom Servo.

Baron Vaughn Black Dynamite

He stars as Jimmy.

Baron Vaughn Corporate

He stars as Baron.

Baron Vaughn Wife On Grace And Frankie

He stars as Nwabudike “Bud” Bergstein, adopted son of Frankie and Sol, and also a lawyer at Robert & Sol’s firm.

Baron Vaughn Podcast

He has a philosophy podcast, Deep S### with Baron Vaughn and he started another podcast called Maltin on movies. He started this podcast with Leonard Maltin on November 2014.

Baron Vaughn Tour

  • MAY 9 Thu 8:00 p.m. San Francisco, CA – Punch Line Comedy Club – San Francisco
  • MAY 10 Fri 7:30 p.m. San Francisco, CA – Punch Line Comedy Club – San Francisco
  • MAY 10 Fri 9:45 p.m San Francisco, CA – Punch Line Comedy Club – San Francisco
  • MAY 11 Sat 7:30 p.m. San Francisco, CA – Punch Line Comedy Club – San Francisco
  • MAY 11 Sat 9:45 p.m. San Francisco, CA – Punch Line Comedy Club – San Francisco

Baron Vaughn Interview

Comedian Baron Vaughn Is Back on Fort Worth’s Amphibian Stage This Week

Adapted From: dmagazine.com

Last year Amphibian Stage Productions gave you the rare opportunity to spend an entire week performing and working on new material on its stage, and now you’re back to do it again. Did your last residency prove to be useful?

Absolutely. It was an experiment, and it ended up being even better than I thought it would be. I recorded each set, listened to it, and they would write the next day, immediately applying what I had learned that night. So, it speeds up the process and puts me in a creative mindset. Sometimes, I do a set and it’s going to be another week or two before I have another set. So, even if I rewrite it the next day, it’s still going to be a while before I’m able to apply those things.

For years you’ve been telling a joke about growing up without father—that missing him was like missing your pterodactyl wings—that always broke my heart a little. [Another part of the joke, which can be seen here at the 3:25 mark: “My mom’s black and my father was absent, so I’m half black, half empty. Half full. I’m an optimist.”] Now that you’ve met your dad, and produced a documentary about it, what’s your act like?

I have a lot of new jokes since the documentary. New things about having a relationship with my father, about meeting my other family members. Working through the feelings I’ve had since then. About the fact that I’m about to become a father. I have a lot of material about those things, which I’ll be working out at Amphibian Stage. It’s an interesting balancing act because it’s such a personal subject that it starts to really make people tune in to what they believe about their own families. Sometimes I can’t tell if people are uncomfortable or if they’re just riveted. They both sound like silence when I’m on stage. But that old joke you mentioned, the premise of it is that people are really concerned for me, and I’m not. I don’t miss something I never had.

At some point, you did care about finding your dad. Were you working through something and being dishonest with yourself all those years when you were telling that joke? Did something shift?

It’s a combination. I’m not saying I wasn’t concerned; I was saying, “This is my normal.” I have only ever had a life without him. It didn’t feel like anything was missing because I didn’t have anything to compare it to. But it started to reveal itself as something that was deeper than just the fact that he wasn’t there. I don’t really view these events as something that happened to me. I view them as something that’s happened to my mom. Getting to a place where she was ready to talk about these things is, I think, the biggest reason I was ready to talk about these things. It’s something I’m still processing. There’s no clear emotional way to feel about this. It’s complex; it’s entangled. Some of it I feel good about. Some of it I feel bad about. Some of it’s never going to be one easily definable feeling. I think that’s true about most life events.

Now that you’re expecting a baby, do you think it makes a difference that you have now met your own father?

I think that I had a lot of fear, a lot of feelings about becoming a father that was tied to not having a father. Being able to look this person in the face and hear his side of the story, hear my mom’s side of the story — I just wanted to know and understand, and that in itself allowed me to let go of a lot of things I didn’t know were there. Becoming a father, I think, is part of that. Something has lifted or shifted. I wasn’t aware that I might have been afraid of it. It’s exciting to me as opposed to scary.