Flight of the Conchords' Rhys Darby Performs Comedy & Characters
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A rising star in the comedy world, actor-comedian Adam Ray has appeared on some of TV's funniest shows, including Workaholics, 2 Broke Girls and Human Giant. The Seattle native also appears in the buddy cop comedy The Heat, opposite Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. A former writer for Ashton Kutcher's prank show Punk'd, Ray is perhaps best known for his website's weekly comedy sketches (collectively known as Adam Ray TV), which have over 30 million views. His stand-up encompasses everything from teenage drug use to astrology and relationships. Learn More
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- "Better than your average blockbuster... Nobody does it better." --<em>The Scotsman</em>
- "A one-man special effect." --<em>The Guardian</em>
- "A storming performance... Astounding physical humour." --<em>Time Out</em>
Rhys Darby first gained attention in the United States as Murray in HBO's ‘Flight of the Conchords’. This was not a new role for him, having first appeared in the same role on the BBC radio show of the same name. An ex-soldier in the New Zealand Army and a veteran of fifteen years as a stand-up comedian, Darby made his feature film debut in ‘Yes Man’ with Jim Carrey. He then went on to feature as one of the DJs in Richard Curtis' film, ‘Pirate Radio’. He has since completed two lead roles in romantic comedies, ‘Coming and Going’ opposite Sasha Alexander (NCIS) and NZ Film ‘Lovebirds’ opposite Golden Globe winner Sally Hawkins
Darby is never far from his standup roots. His standup has been described as a sensational blend of sound effects, characterizations and askew observations. His career has taken him from his homeland of New Zealand, to the U.K. and beyond. He has performed his unique brand of humour in places as far flung as Iceland to the Falkland Islands, and in festivals from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Montreal’s Just for Laughs.