Fred Armisen who is an American actor, screen writer, voice actor, director, producer, musician, comedian as well as a singer is widely know as the cast member of Saturday Night Live from the year 2002 till 2013. In addition to that, he has also portrayed the characters in comedy movies including Anchorman, EuroTrip, and Cop Out. Along with the comedy partner Carrie Brownstein, he is the co-creator as well as the co-star of IFC sketch comedy series known as Portlandia. Additionally, Fred has also founded the ThunderAnt.com which is a website that features comedy sketches created with Brownstein and he is also the bandleader for Late Night with Seth Meyers House Band, The 8G Band.
Fred is the native of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States; He came into this world on 4th December of the year 1966 which has now made him reach at the age of 49. As a baby, he along with his family members moved to Manhattan, New York City. He was then raised up in Valley Stream, New York on Long Island. There, he was the high school classmate of fellow SNL alumnus Jim Breuer. He is the son of Fereydun Armisen and wife Hildegardt Mirabal. He went to get his education from the School of Visual Arts before he dropped out to start his career as rock drummer.
Moving on to his personal life biography, Fred has already got married. He has married for two times as well as divorced too. At first, he was married to his first wife named Sally Timms who is an English singer as well as a song writer. They tied their knot with each other in the year 1998 and remained together till 2004. After that, he married for second time with an actress Elisabeth Moss in 2009. The couple stayed together till 2011. At present, he is dating his girlfriend named Natasha Lyonne who is an actress. Currently, he is residing in Silver Lake neighbourhood in Los Angeles. As he has been married to women, he is not a gay.
Prior to that, Fred was nominated for an Emmy Award for the Outstanding Writing for a Varsity Series in the year 2012, 2013 and 2014 for his work in Portlandia. In addition to that, he was also nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in the Comedy Series in 2014. He has also won the two Peabody Awards, one in 2008 as the part of Saturday Night Live political satire cast and another in 2011 for Portlandia.