Richie Moriarty is an actor, writer, and improviser, living in New York City. He recently performed at the 2016 Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal as a prestigious New Face Character. He can be seen in the Netflix hit “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” season two of “Power” on Starz, in the second season of “The Mysteries of Laura,” and in the recent Amazon pilot "The Tick.” He also appeared in the 2016 Warner Bros film “How To Be Single” and their forthcoming “Going In Style." Richie is an actor on Maude Night at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in NYC. He is a graduate of Boston College, and from 2006-2010 he was on the mainstage cast at Improv Asylum in Boston’s North End performing sketch and improv six times a week. Richie performs in NYC and all of the country with his improv and sketch group, Simply Unemployable. In 2012, Simply Unemployable signed as a Channel Partner on Broadway Video’s YouTube Channel, Above Average, and they recently released the critically acclaimed webseries "Congressional Hearings." Simply Unemployable sketches have been featured on Buzzfeed, Digg, College Humor, Splitsider, NPR and Huffington Post among others.