Jack McBrayer wiki, bio, married, dating, age, twitter
The voice of Fix-It-Felix Jr. in Disney's animated film Wreck-It-Ralph (2012), Jack McBrayer is an American comedian and actor known for his cheerful nature and childlike persona. With over 50 projects to his bio, his current performances are in the series The Jack and Triumph Show (his own Adult Swim series that premiered in February 2015), The Middle and Disney XD's Wander Over Yonder.
Born on 27th May 1973 in Macon, Georgia, McBrayer later moved to Conyers in the same state. He joined University of Evansville and studied theatre administration and also worked at The Second City and IO Theatre from 1995-2002 where he got introduced to Tina Fey, creator of the TV show 30 Rock. McBrayer played the role of Kenneth Parcell on 30 Rock, receiving an Emmy nomination in 2009 at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. McBrayer was so loved by the fans that though McBrayer's character had short parts, his screen time had to be increased each week, due to growing demands from the viewers who wanted more of McBrayer's comic persona on the screen.
Appearing in over 80 sketches on Late Night with Conan O'Brien from 2002 – 2004, McBrayer played stereotypical hillybilly characters to make fun of his own Southern upbringing. From 10th August 2007 to 20th September 2008, and again twice on 24th November 2009 and 13th January 2010 after O'Brien switched to The Tonight Show, he reprised his role as Kenneth Parcell from 30 Rock , also appearing in Conan's Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on TV Tour. McBrayer had a minor role in Arrested Development, and was featured in Mariah Carey's Touch My Body video. McBrayer appeared on Episode 1/Season 5 of Tim and Eric Awesome Show titled Great Job!, as a voice actor on Ugly Americans (animated series), the film Cats & Dogs : The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010 animated film), and the second season of the show Phineas and Ferb.
The children's TV show Yo Gabba Gabba! Has regularly featured McBrayer in the skit Knock Knock Joke of the Day since (Season 2), and as the character Wander in Disney Channel's show Wander over Yonder. McBrayer can be seen alongside Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin in commercials for the car brand Kia, and also in the Barnes & Noble 2013 commercial. His others well known appearance include Drunk History, Archer, The Baxter, Movie 43 and Despicable Me (voice of the tourist dad and the carnival barker) among others. He has also lent his voice as a guest artist on Bob's Burgers and The Simpsons, and was seen for a short part as a Starbucks barista on Eddie Murphy's comedy A Thousand Words (2012) that bombed at the box office.
Though many rumors have been spreading around regarding McBrayer with regards to whom he's married, nothing has been confirmed so far about his possible girlfriend or wife or even whom he's dating at the moment. McBrayer is 5.10 feet tall in height and has a net worth of astounding $6 millions, which is a big deal considering his young age. This comedy actor who is 42 years old has 28.6 thousand followers on twitter (@JackandTruimph), where one can get updates on his personal and professional lifestyle.