Scott Adsit Biography
Birthday: November 26, 1965 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Northbrook, Illinois, United States
Robert Scott Adsit is an American comedian, actor, producer, director, and writer, who is most known for playing Pete Hornberger, the good-natured but weary producer, in the NBC sitcom ‘30 Rock’. He has also portrayed the recurring characters Vinny Geary in ‘The Goldbergs’ and Greg Hart in ‘Veep’. As a voice actor, he has worked in projects like ‘Harvey Beaks’ and ‘Mary Shelley's Frankenhole’, and ‘Big Hero 6: The Series’. A native of Illinois, Adsit studied at Glenbrook North High School before enrolling at Indiana's DePauw University. He dropped out after a semester and began attending Columbia College Chicago, where he was advised by his acting teacher to become a member of the improv troupe, The Second City. He did so in 1987, and by 1994, was performing as part of the mainstage cast. Adsit made his screen debut in 1994 in the TV series ‘Lois Kaz’. He later served as the co-showrunner of the Adult Swim stop-motion animation program ‘Moral Orel’. For his work in ‘Moral Orel’ as Clay Puppington, Orel's father, he received an Annie Award nomination. As a member of the cast of ‘30 Rock’, he won the SAG Award for Best Comedy Series Ensemble in 2009.