Jason Mantzoukas
Birth date: December 18, 1972
Birth place: Nahant, Massachusetts
Occupation: Actor
Education: Middlebury College

Jason Mantzoukas (born December 18, 1972)[1] is an American actor and comedian.[1] He provided the voices of Sad Sax Guy and Scabby Grossman on Regular Show and Mr. Ross on Regular Show: The Movie.

Early life

Mantzoukas was born on December 18, 1972 in Nahant, Massachusetts, the son of William and Cynthia Mantzoukas.[2][1][3] Both of his parents are of Greek descent.[1] Mantzoukas attended college at Middlebury in Vermont.[1] After graduation, Mantzoukas began pursuing a career as a comedic actor, joining the Upright Citizens Brigade Improvisational and Sketch Comedy Training Center in Los Angeles, California.[1] This enabled him to practice, perform and learn at a successful venue.[1]


Mantzoukas co-wrote a play with fellow troupe member Jessica St. Clair, with the duo playing a bitter couple in the 2002 stage play I Will Not Apologize.[1] Four years later, they reprised their roles in the sequel, We Used to Go Out.[1] Around this time he also collaborated with Ed Herbstman as "The Mantzoukas Brothers", though they are not related in real life.[1]

Mantzoukas appeared in the 2008 film Baby Mama in a small role.[1] He later landed a recurring role on the FX comedy series The League as Rafi.[1] More recently, Mantzoukas has made appearances on Enlightened, Parks and Recreation and The Dictator.[1]

Voice credits

Season 6

Season 7


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