Two-Face Birthday: Aug 09, A cult comedy icon as the arid-witted, hot-pants-sporting gay sheriff's lieutenant Jim Dangle on Comedy Central's long-running "Reno ! A decade earlier, he made a name for himself in cult comedy spheres as a member of The State, the New York-based sketch comedy troupe that found a national audience via its eponymous MTV show, and he would collaborate with State alumni on nearly every project thereafter, most notably on "Reno" and numerous scripts with writing partner Robert Ben Garant, from big-budget fare such as the "Night at the Museum" franchise to B-level outings like "Balls of Fury" With his rave-inspiring supporting turn in 's "I Love You, Man" and "17 Again," he expanded his comedy bona fides as one of those guys uniquely able to steal scenes from A-list stars, striking a busy balance of comic Renaissance man. View All Photos Todd says: This is a robbery.
Thomas Patrick Lennon
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Thomas Patrick Lennon born August 9, is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, producer, director and novelist. Lennon is also an accomplished screenwriter of several major studio comedies with writing partner Robert Ben Garant. Lennon was born in Oak Park, Illinois.
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