Jack McBrayer Bio, Age, Gay, Girlfriend, Married, Movies, TV Shows

Jack McBrayer Biography

Jack McBrayer is an American comedian and actor. McBrayer gained national exposure for his portrayal of characters on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and as Kenneth Parcell in 30 Rock. He was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards.
During his time at The Walt Disney Company, McBrayer has voiced the major character, “Fix-It Felix” in the 2012 film Wreck-it Ralph and later its 2018 sequel, and also recurring characters in Phineas Wander Over Yonder and Ferb, Puppy Dog Pals, The Middle and in Netflix series Big Mouth.

Jack McBrayer Age

Jack McBrayer was born on May 27, 1973 in Macon, Georgia, U.S. He is 45 years old as of 2018.

Jack McBrayer Net Worth

McBrayer has an estinated net worth of $6 million.

Jack McBrayer Gay

McBrayer has never been linked with any man or woman, so its not easy to tell whether he is gay or not. On top of that, his deep friendship with actor Alexander Skarsgard has also fueled up the gay rumors. He has never revealed his sexual orientation and has kept his personal life out of public eye.

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Jack McBrayer Married | Girlfriend

McBrayer has not been linked with any rumor of dating anyone or spotted with any partner and neither his sexual oriention is known.

Jack McBrayer Education

He studied theater administration at the University of Evansville, Indiana.

Jack McBrayer Career

McBrayer appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien in over 80 sketches from 2002 to 2004, often lampooning his own Southern upbringing by playing stereotypical hillbilly characters. He made cameo appearances on Late Night playing Kenneth Parcell from 30 Rock on August 10, 2007 and September 20, 2008. During the first appearance, O’Brien remarked to him, that he thought McBrayer was above the show then.
Later, McBrayer reprised his role as Kenneth twice in November 24, 2009 and January 13, 2010 after O’Brien’s switch to The Tonight Show and appeared on O’Brien’s Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour at stops in Eugene, Oregon, Universal City, California and the final tour stop in Atlanta, in his home state of Georgia.
McBrayer was featured in 2008, throughout the video for “Touch My Body” by Mariah Carey. McBrayer said that, during the shooting for the video he accidentally hit Carey in the face with a Frisbee. In the fifth season of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job, McBrayer also appears in the first episode as a spokesman in a spoof advertisement for the fictional “Diarrhea-phragm.” McBrayer worked as a voice actor in the American animated series Ugly Americans and in a recurring role on the second season of Phineas and Ferb, playing the part of Irving, a fan of Phineas and Ferb.
McBrayer played a role in Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore in 2010. He regularly appears on the hit children’s television show, Yo Gabba Gabba! since season 2 in the skit “Knock Knock Joke of the Day” and stars in Craig McCracken’s new TV show Wander Over Yonder on the Disney Channel. He also appeared in 2011, as Ewell Freestone, ‘Peach Guy’ in The Simpsons, in the season 22 episode, “The Great Simpsina”. In the fall of 2012, McBrayer lent his voice to the Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph, playing the title character’s close friend and video game opponent Fix-It Felix, Jr. More recently, McBrayer has starred together with Los Angeles Clippers player Blake Griffin in Kia commercials, and appeared in a commercial for Barnes & Noble in 2013. His Adult Swim series The Jack and Triumph Show premiered in February 2015. McBrayer played Penny’s older brother Randall in September 2016, on the season 10 premiere episode of The Big Bang Theory,
McBrayer was one of the actors who voiced the audiobook A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo in 2018. It was announced in December 2018, that McBrayer would make his West End stage debut in the transfer of the Broadway musical Waitress, playing the role of Ogie. The production opened on February 8, 2019 at the Adelphi Theatre, London and is scheduled to run until October 2019.

Jack McBrayer Movies

Year

Title

Role

Notes

2004

Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story

Stuart Applebaum

2005

The Baxter

Elliot’s Friend

Uncredited

2006

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Glenn

2007

Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

DJ

2008

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Darald

2009

Spring Breakdown

Stage Manager

Direct-to-DVD

2010

Despicable Me

Carnival Barker / Tourist Dad (voices)

2010

Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore

Chuck

2011

The Brass Teapot

Joe

2012

A Thousand Words

Starbucks Barista

2012

The Campaign

Mr. Mendenhall

2012

Wreck-It Ralph

Fix-It Felix Jr. (voice)

2013

Movie 43

Brian

Segment “iBabe”

2013

Savannah

Sir Graham

2013

The To Do List

Hillcrest Pool Manager

2014

Cooties

Tracy

2014

They Came Together

Oliver

2015

Bad Night

Motel Clerk

2016

Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie

Der Scutt

2017

Smurfs: The Lost Village

Clumsy Smurf (voice)

2017

We Love You, Sally Carmichael!

Darren

2018

Dude

Guy

2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Fix-It Felix Jr. (voice)

 Jack McBrayer TV Shows

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1993

Garfield and Friends

Wade Duck (voice) (uncredited)

Episode: “Date of Disaster, A Little Time Off, The Longest Doze” (briefly replacing Howie Morris)

1999

Early Edition

Teddy / Rehearsal Dinner Toaster

Episode: “The Out-of-Towner”

2002

Late Night with Conan O’Brien

Wally Jenson (uncredited)

Episode #10.27

2005

Weekends at the D.L.

Soldier

Episode #1.12

2005–2006

Arrested Development

Country Club Waiter

2 episodes

2006

The Colbert Report

Kevin (voice)

Episode: “Will Power”

2006–2013

30 Rock

Kenneth Parcell

138 episodes

2007

My Boys

Paul

Episode: “The Promise of a New Season”

2009

The Electric Company

Marlon

Episode: “Abracadabra Cadabra Ca-Green!”

2009–2015

Phineas and Ferb

Irving (voice)

36 episodes

2010

Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!

Best Man

Episode: “Comedy”

2010

Ugly Americans

Kong (voice)

Episode: “Kong of Queens”

2010

Robotomy

Frenemy (voice)

Episode: “Frenemy”

2010

Kung Fu Panda Holiday

Wo Hop (voice)

Television special

2011–2018

Bob’s Burgers

Various voices

4 episodes

2011

The Simpsons

Ewell Freestone “Peach Guy” (voice)

Episode: “The Great Simpsina”

2011

Conan

Ghost / Drug Dealer / Conan

3 episodes

2011

Portlandia

Zupan’s Market Customer

Episode: “Cool Wedding”

2011

Funny or Die Presents

Park Ranger

Episode #2.4

2011

Archer

Randy (voice)

Episode: “Bloody Ferlin”

2011

Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension

Irving (voice)

Television film

2013–2016

Wander Over Yonder

Wander (voice)

79 episodes

2013

Deon Cole’s Black Box

White History Month Narrator

Episode: “Sweet Home Chicago”

2013

NTSF:SD:SUV::

Tagg

Episode: “Trading Faces”

2013–2015

Comedy Bang! Bang!

Chad / Band Camp Register

2 episodes

2013

Key & Peele

Robert

Episode: #3.3

2013–2018

The Middle

Dr. Ted Goodwin

9 episodes

2013–2019

Drunk History

Various roles

10 episodes

2013

Childrens Hospital

Ballard

Episode: “Coming and Going”

2014–2015

Jake and the Neverland Pirates

Pirate Mummy (voice)

7 episodes

2014

WordGirl

Kid Math / Rexagon (voices)

Episode: “Kid Math”

2014

The Getaway

Himself

Episode: “Jack McBrayer in Hawaii”

2015

Axe Cop

Mr. Chicken Chickenslice (voice)

Episode: “Axe Cop Saves God”

2015

New Girl

Wally

Episode: “Clean Break”

2015

The Jack and Triumph Show

Jack

7 episodes; also executive producer

2015

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Himself

Episode: #2.24

2015

Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell

Angel

Episode: “Shoulder Work”

2015, 2017

Playing House

Rod Rockemoore

2 episodes

2015

The Awesomes

Villain-Tine (voice)

Episode: “Villain-Tine’s Day”

2015

The Adventures of Puss in Boots

Esteban (voice)

Episode: “Star”

2016

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret

Doug Whitney

6 episodes

2016

The Amazing Gayl Pile

Mitch Maxwell

Episode #3.1

2016

Odd Squad: The Movie

Weird Tom

Television film

2016

The Big Bang Theory

Randall

Episode: “The Conjugal Conjecture”

2016

The Lion Guard

Badilli (voice)

Episode: “The Trouble With Galagos”

2016

Emo Dad

Principal Meister (voice)

Season 2

2016

The Eric Andre Show

Himself

Episode: “Stacey Dash; Jack McBrayer”

2016

Bajillion Dollar Propertie$

Phillib Almnall

Episode: “Day of the Diamond Dealmakers”

2016, 2017

Mighty Magiswords

Snax / Orb-Bot / Matt

2 episodes

2017

Angie Tribeca

Wade

Episode: “License to Drill”

2017

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Dr. Ted Group III

2 episodes

2017–2018

Big Mouth

Pubic Hair #1 (voice)

4 episodes

2017

Milo Murphy’s Law

Ship Captain (voice)

2 episodes

2017, 2018

Puppy Dog Pals

Hedgehog (voice)

2 episodes

2018

DuckTales

The Ghost of Christmas Past (voice)

Episode: “The Last Christmas”

 Jack McBrayer Theatre

2019 Waitress  as Ogie Anhorn February 8 – Present Adelphi Theatre West End

Jack McBrayer Video Games

2019 Anthem as Amal (voice).

Jack McBrayer Screen Actors Guild Awards

Year

Category

Program

Result

Ref.

2007

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

30 Rock

Nominated

2008

Won

2009

Nominated

2010

2011

2012

2013