Nick Kroll

TV actor and comedian

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Nick Kroll on KCRW

“Oftentimes I play douchey characters, really sort of slimy or sleazy, sometimes villainous.

‘Olympic Dreams’: Failure, uncertainty, and Nick Kroll’s first nice guy role

“Oftentimes I play douchey characters, really sort of slimy or sleazy, sometimes villainous.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Nick Kroll talks about growing up in his new film as actor/writer and first time feature producer, Adult Beginners.

Nick Kroll: Adult Beginners

Nick Kroll talks about growing up in his new film as actor/writer and first time feature producer, Adult Beginners.

from The Treatment

Nick Kroll: Kroll Show

from The Treatment

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