Radio City Music Hall | New York City, New York
HEY YOU!!! Listen up, and get yourself READY for Ben Schwartz's incredible talents. He has without a single doubt mastered the arts of voice acting, stand-up comedy, and acting, and now he is bringing all of those skills together for an INCREDIBLE night of fun and THE MOST stupendously hilarious laughter at the Radio City Music Hall on Saturday, September 23, 2023. Expect to not only have a BLAST watching his antics on stage but also be in the company of some of the coolest people around thanks to his ability to draw a diverse crowd. In addition, you can be sure that your entire evening will be nothing less than PERFECT because the venue will also take care of all of your concert-related needs. To secure your spot, you simply need to click the "GET TICKETS" button and follow the onscreen instructions. There is no reason to delay; the whole process is fast, secure, and reliable, so get it done now before they sell out!!!
American comedian and actor Benjamin Joseph Schwartz was born in the Bronx on September 15, 1981. His father was a social worker turned realtor, and his mother worked as a music teacher at an elementary school. As a kid, he sang in a chorus and played basketball, and he would eventually graduate with a double major in psychology and anthropology. His professional career is incredible, having found success in voice acting, script writing, co-authoring books, and acting on the silver screen as well as the small screen.
His career started off in 2006, working on various roles on "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," but would really take off in 2010 when he played Bill Hoyt and Jean-Ralphio Saperstein in "Undercovers" and "Parks and Recreation," respectively. He also worked as a staff writer on Robot Chicken for Adult Swim's third season and as a freelancer on SNL's Weekend Update and the Late Show with David Letterman's monologues. Some of his recent acting work includes the comedy series Space Force, where he plays F. Tony Scarapiducci and Teddy Lobo in Renfield.
His voice acting career has also gained him recognition, and he and Bill Hader worked as vocal consultants on "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Schwartz, interestingly enough, also made a brief appearance in the film in the role of a Stormtrooper. In addition to 2020's Sonic the Hedgehog and 2022's Sonic the Hedgehog 2, he has voiced Dewey Duck in DuckTales, Randy Cunningham in Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, and Leonardo in Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
His work has landed him three Emmy nominations, and Hugh Jackman's opening number at the 81st Academy Awards, which he co-wrote, earned him the Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.
All told, Schwartz's talents are immense, and he has had an amazing career thus far with no signs of stopping. Experiencing him live is a true honor that fans will not want to miss out on. Expect tickets to sell out very quickly, so be sure to grab yours on this page right now before they sell out.