Jeff Hiller performs every Friday night at the UCB LA with Diamond Lion. He is a transplant from UCB NY where he was a member of Harold teams Creep, PeoplePeople and Police Chief Rumble (ECNY award, best sketch group) and performed in many shows including "Showgirls: The Best Movie Ever Made. Ever.", "Kilgore: The Musical", and "The Real Real World". Jeff is a member of Baby Wants Candy, the Chicago born musical improv team, and was the founding member of the all gay improv team "Neely O'Hara". Film: "Ghost Town", "Morning Glory", "Adam", "Gods Behaving Badly", "Gayby", and "The Little Tin Man". TV: "Community", "30 Rock" (twice), "Law and Order: Criminal Intent", "Psych", "Bored to Death", "Ugly Betty", "Partners", "Go On", Best Friends Forever", "Death Valley", "NTSF:SD:SUV", "Boiling Points" (series regular), and as the voice of Nano the Robot on "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles". He was featured in Improv Everywhere's spontaneous musical "I Love Lunch" on the Today show singing along with Anne Curry.Jeff is also a theatre actor and was seen on Broadway in "Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson" as well as in the Public Theatre production Off-Broadway. "Love's Labour's Lost" (Nathaniel) and "The Tempest" (Trinculo) in New York's Shakespeare Festival in Central Park. He originated the role of "the lamb" in "Silence The Musical" both Off-Broadway and in Los Angeles, Michael Jay in "Awesome 80's Prom", and Charlie Muskrat in "Emmett Otter's Jugband Christmas". He won an individual performance award from NYMF for "The Children". Jeff does a lot of commercials too, including the Feast campaign for Snickers, Tina Fey's Amex, two Superbowl spots, and over 10 other national commercials. Before becoming an actor, Jeff was a social worker (seriously).