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Award-winning comedian and actor who is well-known for his role on the television series Flight of the Conchords. In 2013 he performed standup on the Late Show with David Letterman and made a guest appearance on the CBS comedy How I Met Your Mother.
He was in the New Zealand Army before studying at the University of Canterbury. In 1996 he formed a comedy duo, Rhysently Granted, with Grant Lobban and not long after they won an open mic contest at Southern Blues Bar in Christchurch.
He was considered for Steve Carell’s role in The Office after Carrell left the 2011 season.
He married Rosie Carnahan; they had two sons named Theo and Finn together.
He was in the comedy “Yes Man” starring Jim Carrey.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.
|Height||177 cm, 5′10″ (feet & inches)|
|Shoe Size (US)||N/A|
I do enjoy walking, but there’s got to be a goal at end of it. It’s one of the reasons I hate treadmills. All that jogging and going nowhere – it’s too frustrating.
The freeways of America are like giant veins twisting and turning, rushing life from one zone to the next. The landscape is a giant body just lying there feeling the rumble.
Halloween is bigger than Christmas in America. I’ve experienced it in New York, Los Angeles and Washington D.C., and if you’re in the right neighbourhood, every house is decorated with spooky ghosts, spider webs, and jack-o-lanterns.
In the ’80s, when I was watching Bond films in the cinemas, Roger Moore was the man. I’ll always have a soft spot for him. His Bond films were light-hearted and silly as well as action-packed. For me, this spoke volumes. It meant that, someday, maybe someone like me with a whacky sense of humour could be James Bond.
Certainly, when I left New Zealand, there was no career there as a comedian. I was doing more live gigs than anyone, and I was maybe doing three a week. Even then, it would often be the same people in the audience, going, ‘I saw you on Tuesday, mate!’