Jonathan's been performing with Fake Radio since 2007. Prior to that he was a member of The Groundlings and a regular in Bill Steinkellner’s "InstaPlay." As an actor he's been featured in the films "Project X", "Fright Night" and the megabomb "House 2." Since realizing that making a living from improv was impossible, he turned to the world of TV writing with his partner Tracy Newman. His writing credits include "Cheers", "The Drew Carey Show" and he won an Emmy Award for his work on the "coming-out" episode of "Ellen". In one last, desperate act of selling out, Jon co-created the ABC show "According to Jim". He left that show as soon as he could and has since completed three screenplays that are sitting on a shelf, gathering dust.
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