Jeff Grace is a comedian, actor, writer, producer and director, who made IndieWire’s “25 Best Breakthrough Performances” list in 2013. Jeff started his career on the stages of Second City and ImprovOlympic in Chicago. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he was hired to write for IFC’s The Henry Rollins Show. From there, he co-founded comedy group The Vacationeers who made over forty short films together. One of the shorts Jeff wrote, Google Maps, became a viral internet sensation, with over ten million views, coverage on CNN and led to being hired by Google to produce branded content.
Jeff produced and starred in two award-winning feature films, The Scenesters and It’s A Disaster (with David Cross, Julia Stiles and America Ferrera — now available on Netflix) and just directed his first feature film, Folk Hero & Funny Guy, which stars Alex Karpovsky, Wyatt Russell, Meredith Hagner, Michael Ian Black, Heather Morris and Melanie Lynskey. As an actor, you may have seen Jeff on Mad Men in addition his roles on How I Met Your Mother, Castle, iCarly, Fresh Off The Boat and No Ordinary Family. Jeff’s one-hour stand-up comedy special that will air on Hulu later in 2015. In the meantime, you can keep up with him at @jeffgrace on Twitter or Instagram.
Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Colorado Mountain College