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(New page: Matt Oberg is an actor, improviser and writer in New York City. He performs primarily at The Peoples Improv Theater. ==Bio/Credits== Matt Oberg's recent credits include the voice ...)
 
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Matt Oberg's recent credits include the voice of “Mark” in Comedy Central's “Ugly Americans," and “Mark Shepard," an anchor in The Onion's “Sports Dome," a pilot also for Comedy Central. Other television credits include "30 Rock," "Delocated" and "Chapelle's Show." He is a member of PIT house team Big Black Car, and hosts the quarterly presented variety show “The Downtown Superstar Ten-Minute Hour." He is also a frequent collaborator with the Obie Award winning John Clancy and is an alumnus of the Inverse Theater Company. He has appeared in a flight of television commercials.  
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Matt Oberg's recent credits include the voice of “Mark” in Comedy Central's “Ugly Americans," and “Mark Shepard," an anchor in The Onion's “Sports Dome," a pilot also for Comedy Central. Other television credits include "30 Rock," "Delocated" and "Chapelle's Show." He is a member of [[The PIT]] house team [[Big Black Car]], and hosts the quarterly presented variety show “The Downtown Superstar Ten-Minute Hour." He is also a frequent collaborator with the Obie Award winning John Clancy and is an alumnus of the Inverse Theater Company. He has appeared in a flight of television commercials.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:07, 25 August 2011

Matt Oberg is an actor, improviser and writer in New York City. He performs primarily at The Peoples Improv Theater.

Bio/Credits

Matt Oberg's recent credits include the voice of “Mark” in Comedy Central's “Ugly Americans," and “Mark Shepard," an anchor in The Onion's “Sports Dome," a pilot also for Comedy Central. Other television credits include "30 Rock," "Delocated" and "Chapelle's Show." He is a member of The PIT house team Big Black Car, and hosts the quarterly presented variety show “The Downtown Superstar Ten-Minute Hour." He is also a frequent collaborator with the Obie Award winning John Clancy and is an alumnus of the Inverse Theater Company. He has appeared in a flight of television commercials.

Resources