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T.J. MILLER (Paul) is one of the most sought-After comedians in the world, certainly the northern part of the Western Hemisphere. He has been diligently working to make people laugh for more than 15 years and is driven by the altruistic mission statement that life is fundamentally tragic and the best thing he can do is provide an ephemeral escapism from that tragedy, which permeates everyday life, by doing comedy.

He has been performing his absurdist observational standup act worldwide for over 15 years, and has never gone to the bathroom in his pantaloons on stage. His hour-long comedy specials, "T.J. Miller: No Real Reason" (Comedy Central) and "T.J. Miller: Meticulously Ridiculous" (HBO), are available to stream now wherever streaming content is streamed. For no reason, he produced two music albums, "The Extended Play E.P.," a hiphop/ pop/folk music E.P. with 41 tracks, and the "Illegal Art Remixtape," available now on iTunes and wherever fake music is sold.

Miller's voice stars as Gene in "The Emoji Movie" and Fred in Disney's Academy Award–winning animated feature "Big Hero 6." Miller also talks like an old drag queen After a hard night of chain smoking, and thus has voiced many characters including the character Tuff nut in the Oscar-nominated animated films "How to Train Your Dragon" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2." He played Augie in the first R-rated stop-motion animated film, "Hell and Back," with Nick Swardson, and "Prancer in Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas." In television, he voices Robbie from "Gravity Falls," Tuff nut in "Dragons: Riders of Berk," Brad in "High School USA!," Randy in "F Is for Family" and a volcano in "Family Guy." Don't forget about "The Gorburger Show," a show so strange you'll just have to google it to understand.

You may recognize his non-animated face and body from his roles in Fox's big-screen comic book adaptation of "Deadpool," the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time, 2014's surprise indie hit "Transformers 4," Pete Holmes' HBO comedy series "Crashing," Mike Judge's HBO comedy series "Silicon Valley," for which he received the Critics' Choice Award for best supporting actor in a television comedy, or even "The Goodwin Games," which was canceled After seven episodes. (He was also on "Carpoolers" with Jerry O'Connell, and that lasted 13 episodes.) When "Chelsea Lately" was a show, T.J. was on that show quite a bit. A "regular," some might call him.

Miller has been in over 25 major studio films-more than Fabio (and he was in "Sharknado 5: Global Swarming")- including "Cloverfield," "She's Out of My League," "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World," "Rock of Ages," "Our Idiot Brother," "Yogi Bear 3D" (Ranger Jones, his greatest role to date), "Unstoppable," "Get Him to the Greek," "Search Party," "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard," and finally his good friend Jay Baruchel's "Goon: Last of the Enforcers."

Most recently, Miller can be seen in "Office Christmas Party," opposite Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston, "Ready Player One," directed by Steven Spielberg, and "Deadpool 2." He resides in New York City, where he struggles to find meaning in an uncertain world.

He is first and foremost, and always will be, a comedian. His standup is "Smooth Like Fire, Hip Like Lincoln." He will work until his death to make you happy. He loves you. Come and enjoy him perform.

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