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Nick Swardson Biography

  • Profession: Actor, Screenwriter, Co-producer
  • Born: Oct 9, 1976
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Multifaceted performer Nick Swardson grew up in the Minneapolis area and undertook his foray into entertainment as a standup comic, headlining dates at many nightspots in the Los Angeles area. In that venue, his material often dealt with the absurdities of life as a young adult, including drugs and sex. Swardson moved into features not simply as a comedic actor, but as a scriptwriter -- first on the [[Performer~P215606~Jamie Kennedy~jamiekennedy]] vehicle [[Feature~V278977~Malibu's Most Wanted~malibusmostwanted]] (2003), then via a long-running association with [[Performer~P62990~Adam Sandler~adamsandler]]'s Happy Madison production company, for which he scripted and acted in the comedies [[Feature~V323130~The Benchwarmers~thebenchwarmers]] (2006) and [[Feature~V333773~Grandma's Boy~grandmasboy]] (2006), and co-produced and tackled a supporting role in the [[Performer~P62990~Sandler~adamsandler]]-[[Performer~P35101~Kevin James~kevinjames]] farce [[Feature~V352254~I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry~inowpronounceyouchucklarry]] (2007). On the side, Swardson also signed as one of the regulars on the popular Comedy Central series [[Feature~V290799~Reno 911!~reno911[tvseries]]]; he played Terry Bernardino, a gay, roller-skating prostitute. In 2007, Swardson recorded and issued a his first comedy concert album, {^Party}. The following year, he teamed up for an onscreen role opposite [[Performer~P62990~Sandler~adamsandler]] in the farce [[Feature~V413903~You Don't Mess with the Zohan~youdontmesswiththezohan]]. In the years to come, Stewardson would remain active on screen, appearing on shows like Pretend Time. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi