March 2, 1984
39 years old
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
77 kg | 169 lbs
Blake Raymond Anderson was born in Sacramento County, California, United States, on March 2, 1984, is an American actor.
Young Blake Anderson first started performing with improvisational comedy troupes The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade.
He made his big screen debut in teen comedy film Ratko: The Dictator's Son (2009) in role as Derek.
He got his television debut in comedy series Special Delivery (2008) in episode "Strike a Pose", in role as Himself.
Blake's breakthrough performance came as Blake Henderson in Comedy Central sitcom Workaholics (2011–2017).
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Blake Anderson is 39 years old.
Blake Anderson net worth is around 5 million dollars.
He voiced Dagda in animated fantasy action adventure film Epic (2013).
Dope (2015) coming-of-age comedy drama as Will
He produced and starred as Joel "Baby Dunc" in action comedy movie Game Over, Man! (2018).
He produced and starred as Redneck Reginald in teen comedy film The Package (2018).
He voiced Pigeon 3 in buddy cop comedy film Show Dogs (2018).
Spy Intervention (2020) action comedy spy as Smuts
North Hollywood (2021) comedy drama as School Security Guard
The Out-Laws (2023) comedy as Cousin RJ
He co-created, wrote and starred as Blake Henderson in Comedy Central sitcom Workaholics (2011–2017), for which was nominated for the Young Hollywood Award for Best Threesome.
He won the BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award for Best Vocal Ensemble in a New Television Series for his voice role as Matt Holt in Netflix animated mecha television series Voltron: Legendary Defender (2016-2018).
Parks and Recreation (2014-2015) NBC political satire mockumentary sitcom as Mike Bean
He voiced RG in Cartoon Network animated sitcom The Jellies! (2017-2019).
He played Gunther in Hulu comedy series Woke (2020-2022).
He voiced Charlie in animated comedy series The Freak Brothers (2020-2021).
Attended Clayton Valley High School in Concord, California.
Studied at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.
He formed sketch comedy group "Mail Order Comedy" with Anders Holm, Adam DeVine and Kyle Newacheck.
Featured in music video for Major Lazer "Scare Me" (2013).
He co-created fashion line "Teenage" in 2013.
Fan of Golden State Warriors and Oakland Athletics.
He is an avid fan of the East Bay area hip-hop scene.
He was married to Rachael Finley (2012-2017), they have one daughter.