Nick Offerman Biography
Birthday: June 26, 1970 (Cancer)
Born In: Joliet, Illinois
Nick Offerman is an American actor, comedian, and writer who is popularly known for playing the role of ‘Ron Swanson’ in the American political satire television series ‘Parks and Recreation’. Offerman was awarded the TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy for his work in the television satire. He also appeared in ‘American Body Shop’ and ‘Childrens Hospital’ in the late 2000s and is known for portraying the role of ‘Karl Weathers’ in the black-comedy crime drama television series ‘Fargo’. In over twenty years of his professional career, Offerman has appeared in almost fifty films. He is a prominent voice artist as well. Though he hasn’t played any lead role in films, he has played some important roles like ‘Karl Steele’ in ‘Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous’ and ‘Shlubb’ in ‘Sin City’. He has also appeared in films like ‘The Men Who Stare at Goats’, ‘21 Jump Street’, ‘22 Jump Street’, and ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’. He is popular for his witty sense of humor; this feature of his personality is often reflected in his acting. As a voice actor, he has voiced numerous characters in films like ‘The Lego Movie’, ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’, and ‘Ice Age: Collision Course’.