Zach Cregger
American actor
Zach Cregger
Zachary Michael "Zach" Cregger is an American comedian, actor, satirist, writer, and director. He is known mostly for his current project, the New York City-based comedy troupe Whitest Kids U' Know, and also starred in the film Miss March, which he directed and wrote with Trevor Moore. Cregger recently joined the cast of the NBC sitcom Friends with Benefits, which began airing on August 5, 2011.
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<em>Love & Air Sex</em>'s Ashley Bell and Michael Stahl-David Pair Stage and Screen in NYC
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Ashley Bell and Michael Stahl-David in Love &amp; Air Sex. Photo courtesy Tribeca Film Austin filmmaker, Bryan Poyser's third feature, Love &amp; Air Sex (formerly known as The Bounceback) -- following Dear Pillow and Lovers of Hate -- world premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival last March. Since then, the bawdy rom-com/bromance has been on a roll, introducing the festival circuit to the wonders of Air Sex (did you know there are World Championships?) and reminding them that Austin is at the center of the current indie-film zeitgeist. According to Variety, Poyser is "channeling such mid 90s relationship pics as Clerks and Swingers." (We couldn't agree more.) Currently available on VOD and digital platforms across the U.S. and Canada, Love &amp; Air Sex kicks off its theatrical Road Show in NYC this weekend. The film centers on two couples who can't decide whether they love each other, hate each other, or simply can't live without each other. Cathy (Ashley Bell, The Last E ...
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'Show It To Me': Exclusive Clip from Raunchy SXSW Hit <i>The Bounceback</i> Features Sara Paxton
Huffington Post - over 3 years
(All images courtesy of the filmmakers) Austin filmmaker Bryan Poyser's third feature The Bounceback—following Dear Pillow and Lovers of Hate—world premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival back in March. Since then, the bawdy rom-com/bromance has been on a roll, introducing the festival circuit to the wonders of Air Sex (did you know there are World Championships?) and reminding them that Austin is at the center of the current indie-film zeitgeist. According to Variety, Poyser is "channeling such mid-'90s relationship pics as Clerks and Swingers." (We couldn't agree more.) In addition to debuting a brand-new clip from The Bounceback, we've also got an exclusive interview with Poyser himself, who holds nothing back about his rising star cast, upcoming plans for the film, and how you can get your very own Air Sex moniker. You know you want one. How do you describe The Bounceback to those who know nothing about it? Bryan Poyser: I tell people it's a raunchy romantic comedy abou ...
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Headed To SXSW
Huffington Post - about 4 years
"Before Midnight," "Don Jon's Addiction," "Upstream Color," Joss Whedon's "Much Ado About Nothing" and news from John Sayles, Joe Swanberg, David Gordon Green and Jeff Nichols will screen at the 2013 South By Southwest Film Festival. Those films join the previously announced premieres of the Steve Carell comedy "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" and the horror reboot "Evil Dead" on the SXSW lineup. “It’s an incredible privilege to sift through so much exciting work, and every year brings new surprises. Though trends emerge after the fact, not consciously while we’re programming, much of this year’s program embraces love and the need/search/desire for connection,” Janet Pierson, SXSW Film Conference and Festival Producer, said in a statement. “Many films reflect importantly on our culture and include intimate looks at iconic figures, and we’re lucky to have a plethora of hugely entertaining and audience pleasing films. Even more thrilling is the opportunity to support so m ...
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Fall 2012 TV Preview: More thrills and chills, fewer laughs
Denver Post - over 4 years
Television will do its best to scare, unnerve and cliffhang this fall. With the rare exception, the dramas look much more promising than the comedies. A range of old dramatic genres and types — the lawman, the superhero, the archvillain, the detective, the catfight — are getting modern updates. The comedic offerings for Fall 2012 are a middling bunch, although history suggests some comedies take time to grow into themselves. (“Modern Family” was an instant hit but “Seinfeld”and “Cheers” were famously slow starters.) Time for a couch potato’s version of speed dating vis-a-vis the 18 new series, with premiere dates. Guess which ones will make it past Thanksgiving? The six best: “The New Normal” (NBC) — A gay couple who want to have a child meet a single mom who wants to escape her overbearing (and hilarious) mother and start anew. Ryan Murphy (“Glee”) presents a smart peek at old stereotypes and new formulations of family. Andrew Ranells and Justin Bartha are the committed coupl ...
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'Cosby Show' Alum Talks About Her Return To TV
Popeater - over 4 years
NEW ORLEANS — Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she's thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays "a positive black family" similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was part of for roughly eight years – "The Cosby Show." "That show was my childhood," said Bledsoe, who played middle child Vanessa Huxtable in the NBC show that also starred Bill Cosby, Phylicia Rashad, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Lisa Bonet and Keshia Knight Pulliam. "It did so many things. It greatly influenced the kinds of projects I did. It helped form my core values, like my work ethic." Bledsoe and actor Anthony Anderson spoke Friday at the Essence Music Festival about the new show they're starring in, "Guys with Kids," which premieres this fall on NBC. In an interview after their appearance, the co-stars told The Associated Press they were thrilled the show will spotlight a "positive black family on network television." "We just don't have that right now, not on network ...
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 5 years
9 P.M. (Discovery) MAN, WOMAN, WILD Mykel Hawke, a wilderness expert and former Green Beret, and his wife, Ruth England (above left, with Mr. Hawke), a city girl and television journalist, embark on a second season of roughing it in some of the world's most dangerous locations. The adventure begins as they await rescue after their rented boat
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 5 years
9 A.M. (Bravo) MILK (2008) Sean Penn (above) won the Oscar for best actor for his performance as the title character in this biopic from Gus Van Sant. Mr. Penn portrays Harvey Milk, a neighborhood activist elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977 -- and one of the first openly gay elected officials in the country -- who was killed
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<em>Friends with Benefits:</em> New NBC Sitcom; Cancel or Keep It? - TV Series Finale
Google News - over 5 years
Others in the cast include Zach Cregger, Andre Holland, and Jessica Lucas. The NBC sitcom debuted with a pair of episodes on August 5th. The first one brought a terrible 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic and only 2.34 million viewers
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Friday's TV highlights - Los Angeles Times
Google News - over 5 years
Friends With Benefits: An ex-girlfriend of Aaron&#39;s (Zach Cregger) gets engaged to someone else, and he&#39;s depressed, so Ben and Fitz (Ryan Hansen, Andre Holland) take him out on the town to cheer him up in this new episode (8 pm NBC)
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Like Ross, Rachel and Company, but With Faster Hook-Ups
NYTimes - over 5 years
Some television shows get buried. ''Friends With Benefits'' was shot in the back of the head, driven to the Meadowlands and dumped in a ditch. Two years after it was first announced, ''Benefits'' surfaced last week on NBC -- in August, on a Friday night, on the heels of a feature film with the same title. As if that weren't bad enough, the network
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 5 years
8 P.M. (NBC) FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS Brian Grazer (''A Beautiful Mind,'' ''Arrested Development'') is an executive producer of this new half-hour comedy about a group of singles in their 20s navigating the dating world. Ryan Hansen (above with Danneel Ackles) plays Ben, in search of the perfect woman; Ms. Ackles is Sara, Ben's best friend and a
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Darren Trumeter laughs when his wife rolls her eyes at him - StarsEntertainment.com
Google News - over 5 years
While working on an independent film, he met fellow cast mate Zach Cregger and was invited to a Whitest Kids show. Darren was immediately intrigued and soon became a part of the troupe. Stretch your left arm out as far as you can, What can you touch?
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L'amour, le sexe et la Miss Mars de Playboy - Toutelatele.com
Google News - over 5 years
Réalisé par son duo de comédiens Zach Cregger et Trevor Moore, ce road-movie embarque les téléspectateurs dans la quête de Eugene, parti à la recherche de sa belle devenue playmate. Miss Mars expose le sens de la vie selon Eugene et Tucker,
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Friends with Benefits tiene fecha de estreno - TVlia
Google News - over 5 years
Jessica Lucas (Cloverfield), Zach Cregger y Andre Holland conforman el resto del reparto principal. La serie originalmente era considerada para ocupar un espacio en el pasado midseason. Sinceramente, a estas alturas, no espero mucho de la producción…
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<em>Friends with Benefits:</em> NBC Series to Air <del>Saturdays</del> Fridays - TV Series Finale
Google News - over 5 years
The sitcom stars Ryan Hansen, Danneel Harris, Zach Cregger, Andre Holland and Jessica Lucas. Earlier this week, it was revealed that installments of Friends with Benefits would be burned off in pairs at 8pm on Saturday nights, beginning June 25th
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'Friends With Benefits' will finally air on NBC this summer - Gather.com
Google News - over 5 years
It stars Andre Holland, Danneel Ackles (formerly Harris before she married Supernatural star Jensen Ackles), Jessica Lucas, Ryan Hansen, and Zach Cregger, as &quot;a group of twenty-something singles as they navigate the difficult, and often confusing,
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IFC Whitest Kids U' Know's take on the Civil War (VIDEOS) - Monsters and Critics.com
Google News - almost 6 years
IFC is home to the Whitest Kids U&#39;Know, featuring troupe members Timmy Williams, Trevor Moore, Sam Brown, Zach Cregger and Darren Trumeter. IFC is home to the Whitest Kids U&#39;Know, featuring troupe members
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If Your Life Were a Movie
NYTimes - about 6 years
Brock Enright rents a studio in an old Catholic school in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, a former classroom that is hard to navigate without stepping on a drawing or kicking a sculpture, but he makes much of his art beyond his studio's walls -- in bars, fast-food joints, Chinatown shopping plazas, rooftops and other locations throughout Manhattan. One
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