IKE BARINHOLTZ (Hunter) is quickly becoming one of the most sought after
comedians, writers and actors in the comedy world. He was most recently seen in
David Ayer's Bright, and in in Peter Landesman's political-thriller Mark Felt:
The Man Who Brought Down the White House. He is currently in postproduction on
The Oath, in which he stars, writes and makes his directorial debut. Barinholtz
recently starred in the final season of Hulu's The Mindy Project, which he also
served as a writer and producer on in past seasons.
Most recently, Barinholtz was seen in 20th Century Fox's Snatched, which starred
Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn; Universal Pictures' Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,
where he reprised the role of Jimmy; Warner Bro's Suicide Squad; and in
Universal Pictures' Sisters, which also starred Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.
Additionally, he wrote
the action-comedy Central Intelligence with his writing partner David Stassen
which came out last summer. Barinholtz and Stassen are also reteaming to write
an untitled basketball comedy for Universal Pictures which will star Poehler.
Previously, Barinholtz was a series regular on FOX's Mad TV for five seasons,
and had recurring roles on HBO's Eastbound and Down and FX's The League. He has
also appeared on Weeds and Children's Hospital. He was the star and co-creator
of the Spike TV pilot Mega Winner and is an alumnus of Amsterdam's Boom Chicago.
Barinholtz's additional feature credits include Neighbors, Meet the Spartans,
Disaster Movie and the indies Shrink, Lock and Roll Forever and Inventing Adam.
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