From 1997 to 1998, he co-hosted Popular Mechanics for Kids with Elisha Cuthbert.After appearing briefly in Cameron Crowe's Oscar-winning Almost Famous, Baruchel won the role of Steven Karp on Judd Apatow's acclaimed yet short-lived television series Undeclared, where he starred alongside Seth Rogen, Carla Gallo, Charlie Hunnam and Monica Keena.The website also reported that Baruchel tweeted the news of trouble in paradise in February, before deleting the tweet and taking a social media hiatus. But it'll happen at some point." That may not be true anymore.On Sunday, Pill showed up to a "Newsroom" event in Los Angeles without her engagement ring.; born April 9, 1982) is a Canadian actor, comedian, screenwriter, director, and producer.He played Josh Greenberg in the FXX comedy television series Man Seeking Woman and played the lead character in Judd Apatow's comedy series, Undeclared.
JB: It's just way more labor-intensive on a TV show. Even if they have no idea who I am, they know they've heard this weird nasal disaster somewhere before. I was having lunch and I said something about swords or something, and this table turned around and looked at me like, "Wait a minute, I know that voice from somewhere."ESQ: The franchise has to be a sweet gig. ESQ: You don't have to be on camera, you show up however you want. It's one of the things I'm more grateful for in my life. Our distributors, in my opinion, kind of botched our release in the States, but that being said I think it's a testament to the flick that the more time goes by, the more people fall in love with it.Showrunner Simon Rich—himself only 30—drew on his own painful experiences: “It felt like the entire fate of the world was resting on every text or every date.It occurred to me to stop writing about my love life the boring way it actually happened and start writing about how it felt.” Hero Josh Greenberg (Baruchel) suffers the usual dating indignities, but they’re shown as whimsical extremes, like being set up with an actual troll, or discovering that his ex is now dating 126-year-old Hitler (an Emmy-worthy turn by a top-secret guest star). Most of the time it sucks and then when the right two people get together, it doesn’t.That’s the central question going into season 3 of , which premiered last week with “Futon” and introduced us to Lucy (Katie Findlay), Josh’s long-sought live-in girlfriend. It’s a testament to Simon [Rich] and our entire creative team that we can do as hard a pivot as we do this year and still make a show that is authentically . We had done such a great job of doing our take on the degradation of being single and dating and humiliation and all that good stuff.For those worried about the lack of blind dates with trolls and talking condoms begging to be used, there’s still plenty of surrealist, live-action cartoon fun at play here that captures the series’ distinct humor and makes it even stronger. But to see what these same minds’ take was on what it is to live with someone long-term and to try to share a life together…. that can check all those same boxes that Josh did and then some is no small task.
The next one has to be, at a minimum, as good as the original.