Got start in comedy at 14, when he called a morning radio show on KMLE in Phoenix hosted by Tim and Willy requesting, in a strange voice, Billy Ray Cyrus' "Achy Breaky Heart"; after more calls in different voices—he eventually revealed his identity—the show hired him, and he worked there as a producer until 2007.
Growing up, his family became hot-air balloon enthusiasts after his father received a ride as a birthday present.
Was a semifinalist on Season 4 of NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2006.
Is a member of a Los Angeles comedy group called Robert Downey Jr. Jr.
Is an avid fan of the NFL's Green Bay Packers, and even owns shares in the team.
Stand-up routine featured a bit about living with his parents in a retirement community, and then got a supporting role in TV Land's Retired at 35 (2011-12), a sitcom about a man who moves in with his parents—who live in a retirement community.