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Wrote for and appeared on New Zealand's sketch-comedy show "Skitz"
Wrote for and appeared the "Skitz" spin-off show "Telly Laughs"
Formed the musical act the Flight of the Conchords with Bret McKenzie
Wrote for "Trashed" on Channel Z radio in Wellington
Released first Flight of the Conchords album Folk the World Tour
Co-wrote and starred in his first full-length feature film, "Tongan Ninja"
Featured with McKenzie in a six-part radio series on BBC Radio 2 as "The Flight of the Conchords"
Appeared with McKenzie in a one-off special on HBO's ongoing "One Night Stand" series
With McKenzie, filmed the documentary "Flight of the Conchords: A Texan Odyssey," about their trip to the South by Southwest festival in Austin, TX
Reunited with Waititi (who wrote and directed) to play the lead in the New Zealand-made romantic comedy "Eagle vs. Shark"
Co-created the HBO series "The Flight of the Conchords" with McKenzie; also co-starred with McKenzie and produced; earned Emmy nominations in 2008 for Outstanding Writting and Music; earned an Emmy nomination in 2009 for Best Actor in a Comedy Series
Signed with Sub Pop Records and released The Distant Future
Released third comedy album Flight of the Conchords
Played an acclaimed novelist who steals a story idea from a teenage outcast in the comedy "Gentlemen Broncos"; earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Male
Nominated for the 2009 Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male ("Gentlemen Broncos")
Voiced the character of Tim in the animated feature "Despicable Me"
Shared a Grammy nomination (with McKenzie) for their comedy album I Told You I Was Freaky
Featured in the comedy "Dinner for Schmucks" alongside Steve Carell and Paul Rudd
Cast in "Men in Black III" opposite Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones