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Michael Ian Black
Birthday: August 12, 1971

Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Michael Ian Black. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Straight-faced and well-groomed comedian Michael Ian Black is probably best known as a cast member and writer for the sketch comedy show The State, which aired for three years on MTV and was canceled after an unsuccessful switch to CBS. He later contributed to the book State by State With The State and joined three other cast members to write and star in the European satire Viva Variety on Comedy Central. He played '80s-obsessed crooner Johnny Bluejeans, sidekick to Mr. Laupin (Thomas Lennon) and the former Mrs. Laupin (Kerri Kenney). When the show ended in 1997, Black teamed with State members David Wain and Michael Showalter to form the comedy troupe Stella, which has since had a continual run on-stage in New York. After a few TV guest appearances and commercials (such as the voice of the Pets.com sock puppet), he appeared on the short-lived VH1 sketch show Random Play. He tried a few other unsuccessful TV pilots before appearing in the never-released independent film Big Helium Dog and the straight-to-video movie The Bogus Witch Project. His made his film debut with the role of McKinley in the satire Wet Hot American Summer, directed by Wain and starring Showalter. In 2000, Black joined the cast of NBC's comedy-drama Ed in the role of Phil Stubbs, the manager of Stuckeybowl. The next year, he hosted the Candid Camera-style NBC series Spy TV. In 2003, he contributed his deadpan humor to VH1's I Love the '80s: Strikes Back.

Movie Credits
Reno 911!: Miami (2007)
[ The Rock ][ Danny DeVito ][ Paul Rudd ][ Paul Reubens ][ David Koechner ]
Vehicular Manslaughter (2005)
Partner(s) (2005)
[ Saul Rubinek ][ Reichen Lehmkuhl ]
Vegetables (2005)
[ Michael Showalter ]
Novel (2005)
[ Michael Showalter ]
Camping (2005)
[ Michael Showalter ]
Meeting Girls (2005)
[ Michael Showalter ]
The Baxter (2005)
[ Paul Rudd ][ Justin Theroux ][ Peter Dinklage ][ Michael Showalter ][ Jack McBrayer ]
Clementine's Pregnant (2003)
Episode #2.1 (2003)
[ Jeff Goldblum ][ Fred Armisen ]
Captain Lucidity (2003)
[ Thomas Cavanagh ][ Daryl Mitchell ]
Human Nature (2002)
[ Justin Long ][ Thomas Cavanagh ][ Daryl Mitchell ]
Stella Shorts 1998-2002 (2002)
[ Paul Rudd ][ Sam Rockwell ][ Bradley Cooper ][ Josh Hamilton ][ Zach Galifianakis ]
The Music Box (2001)
[ Justin Long ][ Thomas Cavanagh ]
Wet Hot American Summer (2001)
[ Paul Rudd ][ Christopher Meloni ][ David Hyde Pierce ][ Bradley Cooper ][ Michael Showalter ]
The Bogus Witch Project (2000)
Big Helium Dog (1999)
[ Kevin Smith ][ Kevin Heffernan ][ Steve Lemme ][ Erik Stolhanske ]
The State's 43rd Annual All-Star Halloween Special (1995)
[ Michael Showalter ][ Ben Garant ]
I'm Your Man (1992)
[ Mark Metcalf ][ Ben Garant ]
Cults: Saying No Under Pressure (1991)
[ Charlton Heston ]
Unaired Pilot (0)
[ Joe Morton ][ Dan Cortese ][ Michael Showalter ][ Mitchel Musso ][ Ben Garant ]


  • Was the voice of the pets.com sock puppet.
  • Son, Elijah, born 2001.
  • Attended New York University but left before graduating.
  • He is a middle child with an older sibling and a younger sibling.
  • Was not the original choice to play Phil Stubbs on NBC's "Ed" (2000); fellow "I Love the '80s" (2002) (mini) commentator Donal Logue played the role in the first episode, but backed out due to scheduling conflicts. Donal Logue appeared in the early promotion for the series but the first episodes were re-shot to include Black.
  • Has a daughter, Ruth, born 2003. She makes an appearance in the "Stella" (2005) short "Friendship."
  • His birth name, Schwartz, is derived from the German word "schwarz," which has the same meaning as his stage name, Black. He has joked that he dropped the name Schwartz because "I'm ashamed of my Jewishness." However, the comedy group "Stella" (2005)'s uniting theme is the 3 members' Jewishness (Black, Michael Showalter, and David Wain).
  • Real name is Michael Schwartz, but changed his name to Michael Ian Black because there was already a popular actor named Michael Schwartz.

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