|Name Beck Bennett|
|Height 1.73 m|
|Born October 1, 1984 (age 31) (1984-10-01) Wilmette, Illinois, United States|
Occupation Actor, comedian, writer
Parents Andy Bennett, Sarah Bennett
Movies and TV shows Saturday Night Live, Balls Out, Beside Still Waters, Acting Like Adults, Late Bloomer
Similar People Kyle Mooney, Jay Pharoah, Nicholas Rutherford, Aidy Bryant, Taran Killam
Screen Guild Awards - SNL
Beck Bennett (born October 1, 1984) is an American actor, writer, and comedian known for the AT&T "It's Not Complicated" commercials where he interviews kids and his sketch videos with the comedy group Good Neighbor. Bennett began a successful YouTube show called "Theatre of Life" in 2011. He appeared in season 4 of Arrested Development, and is currently a cast member on Saturday Night Live.
Beck Bennett was born in Wilmette, Illinois (a suburb of Chicago), the son of Sarah and Andy Bennett. He performed in multiple shows at Children’s Theatre of Winnetka. He graduated from New Trier High School in 2003 where he played Jean Valjean in his school's production of Les Miserables. Beck attended the USC School of Dramatic Arts in the B.F.A. Acting program.
In 2003, Bennett joined the improv/sketch group Commedus Interruptus along with Kyle Mooney and Nick Rutherford. In 2007, after graduation, Mooney, Rutherford, and Bennett joined with editor/director Dave McCary to form the sketch group Good Neighbor. The group received praise from comedian Louis C.K. and director Steven Spielberg, who sent Mooney, Bennett, Rutherford, and McCary a personal acknowledgement after being impressed with the Hook parody, Unbelievable Dinner. He complimented the sketch and encouraged the group to continue making funny movies.
In 2011, Bennett created the satirical political talk show Fresh Perspectives, which helped him land his AT&T commercials interviewing children.
In 2012, he appeared in the film Kill Me Now, a film starring multiple internet sketch-comedy groups, and Beside Still Waters by writer/director Chris Lowell.
In March 2013, Bennett appeared in an episode of Last Man Standing, and that August voiced a character for FOX ADHD's Axe Cop. That same year Good Neighbor produced a pilot for Comedy Central with Adam McKay's Gary Sanchez production company, though it was not picked up as a series, in light of the move of three of the troupe's four members to New York City to star on Saturday Night Live. They debuted on SNL in September of that year, along with McCary as a director.
That same year Bennett completed work on the independent film Balls Out, and co-created the web series Theatre of Life, in which he and Rutherford film unsuspecting pedestrians and voice-over their thoughts and dialogue.
Bennett voices Launchpad McQuack in the 2017 DuckTales reboot.