Seth Herzog discovered stand-up while trying to come up with the easiest thing to do for the 5th-grade talent show. Then, during the turbulent ’80s, he began his illustrious musical theater career, most notably originating the role of "Ned" in McCarter Theater's annual production of "A Christmas Carol." Since moving to New York Seth has adorned almost every comedy stage in the city including Stella (Fez), Eating It (Luna), PSNBC, and Caroline's, and he can be seen regularly at The Shark Show (Wednesdays, The Slipper Room) and The Industry Room (Fridays, Actors Playground). Between stand-up gigs Seth has acted in over twelve theatrical productions in New York, including the play "Tuesday Talks to Monday," which he wrote. Seth was recently the subject of a documentary about the relationship between him and his apartment called "Zog's Place." He also wrote and starred in the short film "Cesare: Film Student" featured at the Columbia University and Hamptons Comedy film festivals, and he can be seen in the movies "Stonewall," "Safe Men," "A Guy's Guide To Marrying Money" and "In the Weeds." Seth was also in the FOX pilot of "In the Weeds," which will never be seen.

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