David Nibley

David Nibley



David Nibley is an American actor and stand-up comedian. He was born on August 10, 1968 in Provo, Utah.

Nibley's career began in the early 1990's when he started performing stand-up at small clubs and bars around his hometown. After a few years of performing at local venues, Nibley was picked up by the Upright Citizens Brigade, a comedy troupe that has produced some of the most successful comedians in the world.

At the Upright Citizens Brigade, Nibley honed his comedic skills and developed a unique style of comedy that included self-deprecating humor and observational humor. After a few years, Nibley was noticed by TV executives and he started appearing on popular television shows, such as “Friends”, “Scrubs”, “The Office”, and “Curb Your Enthusiasm”.

Nibley has also been in several films, such as “The Hangover”, “The House Bunny”, and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”. Nibley's comedic style has earned him a number of awards, including the Breakthrough Artist of the Year award at the 2005 Just for Laughs comedy festival.

Nibley is also an accomplished writer. He wrote and directed the short film “The Mom”, which was nominated for a Student Academy Award in 2006. He also wrote and starred in the feature film “The Muppets”, which was released in 2011.

Nibley currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. He continues to tour the country performing stand-up comedy and appears regularly on television and in films. He is a favorite among both comedy fans and critics and is widely regarded as one of the top comedians in the world.

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