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Thomas Middleditch

Thomas Middleditch can currently be seen as Richard Hendrix, the central character in Mike Judge’s (recently Emmy nominated) series on HBO, "Silicon Valley."

Thomas will soon be seen in the feature films, "The Bronze" opposite Melissa Rauch, Gary Cole, and Sebastian Stan and "The Final Girls," directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson. He will also soon be heard as one of the lead voices in the DreamWorks animated feature, "Captain Underpants" along with Ed Helms, Nick Kroll, and Kevin Hart to be directed by Rob Letterman.

Thomas has been featured on "The Office," playing the role of Dwight Schrute's brother, and he played “Fuzzy” in the Paramount Pictures feature, "Fun Size" (Dir. Josh Schwartz). Other film work includes: "The Wolf of Wall Street" (Dir. Martin Scorcese), "The Campaign" (Dir. Jay Roach), "The Brass Teapot" (Dir. Ramaa Mosley), "The Kings of Summer" (Dir. Jordan Vogt Roberts), "The Other Guys" (Dir. Adam McCay), "Being Flynn" (Dir. Paul Weitz), and "Splinterheads" (Dir. Brant Serson).

Thomas is a regular performer at UCB, he is a member of "The Improvised Shakespeare Company" and creates and performs comedy shorts with College Humor.

Like many funny people before him, Thomas came to the U.S. from Canada (British Columbia) but first he made a stop in Chicago and toured with The Second City before moving to New York City for a CBS talent hold deal. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his two dogs, Meatloaf and Potter.