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Peter Grosz

Peter Grosz
Born (1974-01-11) January 11, 1974 (age 40)
New York City, New York, USA
Occupation Actor, writer

Peter Grosz (born January 11, 1974, New York City, New York) is an American actor and television writer.

Life and career

Grosz has worked as both an actor and as a producer. He is most recognizable for his "two guys" Sonic commercials. Grosz is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he worked with Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live. He worked as a writer for The Colbert Report from 2007 to 2010,[1] where he has appeared on screen at least four times: once as the Time-Travelling Brandy Thief, once as a version of himself on September 23, 2008,[2] once on May 13, 2010 to interrupt Stephen Colbert's attempt to introduce guest band The Hold Steady, only to perform the introduction himself, and on January 9, 2013 as McGnaw the Gluten-Free Beaver.[3] In addition, the May 13, 2010 episode ended with Colbert wishing farewell to the Time-Travelling Brandy Thief; Grosz confirmed on his Facebook page that this was his last episode of the Colbert Report as a writer. Additionally, the birth of his child was announced on the show on March 9, 2009.[4]

Peter has also appeared as a panelist and guest host on the NPR show "Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!".

Filmography

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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