Comedian T.J. Miller cast in comedy flick penned by “Hangover” scribe

By | June 14, 2011 at 12:17 pm | No comments | News | Tags: , , ,

TJ MillerOne of my favorite rising stand-up comedians is, without a doubt, T.J. Miller. The tale of his driver’s license photo – which you can check out below – inspired me to try to mess with my local DMV in a similar way. Sadly, I lack the cojones to do what Miller did.

Boring driver’s license notwithstanding, I’m super excited that T.J. has been cast to co-star in a Scot Armstrong movie called Road to Nardo, the tale of two roommates who hope to rescue their friend Nardo, who has been stranded in Mexico. Without any clothes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Armstrong is most known for his co-writing on comedies like The Hangover Part II, Old School and Road Trip.

Previously, Miller appeared in Cloverfield (he played the camera man, so even if you rarely see his face, at least you can enjoy his voice), Extract, and Yogi Bear. He’s also a frequent guest on Doug Benson’s Doug Loves Movies podcast, and never fails to entertain, or irritate Doug with his digressions.

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