| Actor, writer|
| Jimmy Fowlie|
| Mr. Sadman, Somewhere in Palm Springs|Jimmy Fowlie Wikipedia
Jimmy Fowlie is an actor and writer who publishes YouTube content. Formerly of The Groundlings, he produced Go-Go Boy Interrupted, an LGBT-themed comedy web series based on his live sketch comedy show of the same name.
Fowlie appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Joe Schmo Show, and online shorts by Collegehumor and Nacho Punch. He appeared on HBO's The Comeback in 2014, and is a participant in the CBS Diversity Showcase.
Fowlie began performing with The Groundlings around 2012, later teaching improv with the troupe. Starting in June 2014 he began performing Go-Go Boy Interrupted, an LGBT-themed sketch comedy show, at The Groundlings theater. A few months later he adapted the show into a web series first shown on YouTube in October 2014. It chronicles the adventures of Danny Carter, a 30-year-old "washed up" male go-go dancer, based on Fowlie's own experiences as a go-go dancer in West Hollywood while attending the University of Southern California. The live version of Go-Go Boy Interrupted continued in 2015.
Fowlie is a contributor to The Huffington Post.
Fowlie is a native of Bedford, Massachusetts, outside of Boston, where he graduated from Walnut Hill School. He majored in theatre at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Fowlie is openly gay.