B.J. Novak

Writer, Director, lead actor, “Vengeance"

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B.J. Novak started his career as a stand-up comedian. From those gigs, he got job offers to write for sitcoms, with his biggest break writing and acting on the NBC-hit “The Office.”

Writer B.J. Novak makes directorial debut with the film ‘Vengeance’

B.J. Novak started his career as a stand-up comedian. From those gigs, he got job offers to write for sitcoms, with his biggest break writing and acting on the NBC-hit “The Office.”

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