Kroll's live work is a mix of standup, sketch and characters.He is well known as a performer for his characters: Bobby Bottleservice, Fabrice Fabrice, and Gil Faizon of The Oh, Hello Show, which he created with writing partner John Mulaney.is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer.He is best known for his role as Rodney Ruxin in the FX/FXX comedy series The League, and for creating and starring in the Comedy Central series Kroll Show.His caretakers at a cat rescue organisation discovered Bobby likes to wiggle his ears while drinking from a bottle.
When comedians Nick Kroll and John Mulaney came up with the idea for “Oh Hello,” a public access show starring two Upper West Side Jewish divorcees, they expected the bit — in which the pair create a prank show called “Too Much Tuna,” serving guests a comically oversized plate of deli tuna fish — to only appeal to New Yorkers.
Kroll, 35, is tight-lipped but funny when it comes to his relationship with Poehler: He says they met 15 years ago when they both were abducted by a spaceship, and “after a number of experiments we were returned to Earth, with no memory of it, but with an incredible passion for improv comedy, and we stayed in touch ever since then.” But he does open up about success.
His biggest achievement, he says, is bringing along his friends, comedians such as Chelsea Peretti, Jon Daly and Jenny Slate, who have all guested on “Kroll Show.” “A career is long: You got to fill like 40 years with stuff.
He has had supporting roles in films such as I Love You, Man, Date Night, Get Him to the Greek, Dinner for Shmucks, and A Good Old Fashioned Orgy and more prominent roles in films such as Adult Beginners, Joshy, My Blind Brother, Sausage Party, and Loving.
Kroll has been a contributing writer to Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show and MTV's Human Giant.