Comedy fans who watched Iron Man 3 over the weekend might have been surprised to see comedian and Happy Endings star Adam Pally in a cameo role. Midway through the movie, Pally appears as a cameraman who is a big fan of Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark. Pally gave an interview to Vulture this week explaining how that happened, and it turns out he's known Downey Jr. for years. Here's Pally talking about his involvement in the movie:
I actually got the role in a roundabout way: I got called in about three years ago to meet Robert Downey Jr. and write web series stuff for him. He's basically my [...]
Happy Endings star Adam Pally made his second appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and took the opportunity to get something off his chest: he once sent $250 worth of monkfish liver to Kimmel's table at a sushi restaurant but didn't pay for it, Kimmel did. Can't wait to hear Jimmy Kimmel's revenge story next time Adam Pally does his show.
Check out part two of the interview after the jump:
Happy Endings is finally coming back to TV tomorrow, and to ring in the new season, the cast and writers held a live show at the UCB Theatre in LA on Saturday (embedded in its entirety above). Hosted by cast members Casey Wilson and Adam Pally, the live show is full of funny stuff, whether you're familiar with Happy Endings or not, and it also features Happy Endings actors Damon Wayans Jr. and Eliza Coupe, Happy Endings director Fred Savage (yes, that Fred Savage), Happy Endings writers Gil Ozeri, Jackie Clarke, Brian Gallivan, and non-Happy Endings people like Kat Dennings and Adam Pally's cousin Ben. It's a jam-packed show featuring cardboard cut-outs, crazy [...]
Taran Killam was the breakout performer on SNL this year and it seems like Hollywood took notice. In the last week he has gotten three pretty significant film roles: Growing Up (and Other Lies), Killer Rebound Guy, and Twelve Years a Slave. Growing Up, written by Humboldt County writers Danny Jacobs and Darren Grodsky,is an indie comedy about four bros who decide to walk the length of Manhattan together as a way to remember the old days as Killam's character intends on moving out of New York. Killer Rebound Guy, written by UCB fixtures Katie Dippold (Parks & Recreation) and John Reynolds (Late Late Show), stars [...]
Adam Scott, Amy Poehler, Catherine O'Hara, Jane Lynch, Richard Jenkins and Clark Duke wasn't really enough of an amazing cast for the upcoming comedy A.C.O.D. So the filmmakers added Happy Endings' Adam Pally in a supporting role. Holy bologna, this movie's gonna be funny.
Community star Alison Brie has joined the cast of a promising new comedy called Search Party, The Wrap reports. The film follows two roommates, played by T.J. Miller (She's Out of My League) and Adam Pally (Happy Endings), going to dangerous lengths to get their buddy Nardo (Thomas Middleditch, The Campaign) back from Mexico after he's stranded there, naked. Brie will be playing a co-worker and love interest of either Miller or Pally's character. Rasing Hope's Shannon Woodward recently signed on to play Middleditch's character's girlfriend. This is shaping up to be a pretty impressive cast made up of funny young people who haven't had the chance to [...]
Casey Wilson and Adam Pally are two of the funniest people in a cast full of funny people on ABC's Happy Endings, which just kicked off its third season last week. The two UCB Theatre alums have seen their ABC sitcom grow into one of the most consistently funny show on TV over the past two years, and with a lot of long-running sitcoms ending their runs in the next year or two, Happy Endings is right on the verge of becoming the best sitcom on TV, no contest. I recently participated in a roundtable chat with Casey Wilson and Adam Pally, lobbing questions at them with a roomful [...]
Adam Pally and Gil Ozeri have been friends and comedy collaborators for a long time. Originally meeting at New York's UCB Theatre, they, along with Ben Schwartz, formed the three-person sketch and improv powerhouse Hot Sauce. Now out in LA, Adam plays Max and Gil is a staff writer on ABC's straight-up wonderful Happy Endings. With the new season of the show coming up in about a month (Tuesday, October 23rd at 9pm!), I figured that rather than interviewing one or both of them individually, it'd be a lot more fun to just have them interview each other. And I was right.
New York has a story about the Happy Endings cast that is so frustrating. Casts will always say they're friends but these guys are the real deal. Since I doubt you or I will ever be cast as a series regular, how can we get them to be our friends? Just read the description of when they first hung out:
The group began bonding the night of the very first table read, when they went for drinks at the Chateau Marmont and ended up at Cuthbert’s house, where it became clear that this group of “friends” was actually going to be friends. “I hope he forgives me [...]
To celebrate the joyous holiday of St. Paddy's Day, Conan gathered its favorite funny people and served 'em all up a delicious cold green- [spit take]. No one really seems sure what it is, but I like to imagine that it's that stuff Dumbledore has to drink to get to the Horcrux in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Comedic actors T.J. Miller (Yogi Bear), Adam Pally (Happy Endings), and Thomas Middleditch (The Campaign) are playing the lead roles in Search Party, a big studio comedy that's set to start filming this week. The movie will mark the directorial debut of Scot Armstrong, who served as a screenwriter on Old School, Road Trip, and The Hangover Part II. Search Party follows two roommates (Miller, Pally) who go on a dangerous journey to rescue their friend Nardo (Middleditch) after he finds himself stranded and naked in Mexico. Miller will play lewd, fast-talking slob, while Pally will play his uptight sidekick. The movie was set up at Columbia two [...]
And speaking of Max, Adam Pally just did a great interview with the AV Club about his character, the show, and what we can expect in the new season (that starts tonight!): I’m looking forward to season three. I’m going to be getting to do a lot of stuff with Damon because Brad is out of a job, so Max is showing Brad how to live as a street survivor, and I think there’s a lot of fun stuff in store there. I’m also looking forward to playing a [...]
Good buds and Happy Endings co-workers Adam Pally and Gil Ozeri have just sold a comedy movie to Disney. What the comedy will be about is still a mystery, but it'll be produced by Gary Sanchez’s Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Chris Henchy and Kevin Messick. Not a bad lineup! Can't wait to hear more about this one as it develops.
On "It's That Episode," Craig Rowin (UCB Theatre) invites guests over to his apartment to watch any episode of any TV show they want. They discuss the episode and a bunch of other crap. Episodes are released every Monday.
Adam Pally (Happy Endings) joins Craig to watch an episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic called "The Cutie Mark Chronicles." Adam and Craig discuss the "brony" culture of adult men who watch "My Little Pony," read erotic fiction based on the show, and discuss how Jewish moms love Pally's character Max from Happy Endings.
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