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Baron Vaughn

Actor/comedian/writer Baron Vaughn graduated from Boston University's theatre program and immediately went on to the Williamstown Theatre Festival. That same year he was cast in "Drowning Crow" with Alfre Woodard on Broadway. He was also featured in "Damn Yankees" at the NY City Center with Jane Krakowski and Sean Hayes. His television/film credits include "Grace and Frankie," "Girls," "Superstore," "Arrested Development," "Cloverfield" and "Black Dynamite."He is also the voice of Tom Servo on "Mystery Science Theater 3000 "for Netflix.

As a comedian, Baron has toured all over the country performing at festivals, clubs and theatres. He has been featured on NBC’s "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and twice on "CONAN" on TBS. He has had a half hour special on Comedy Central, and his comedy album, "Raised By Cable," is available on iTunes. He also co-hosts the comedy stand-up series "New Negroes" with musician Open Mike Eagle which premiered on Comedy Central this April. Baron wrapped a production of Shakespeare’s "Henry V" last fall at the Hartford Stage and recently wrapped filming the independent feature "Time Capsule" in Atlanta.