American television writer and podcaster who is best recognized for being a host on the Crooked Media podcast Keep it!. He is also known for having written for several different publications including Variety, GQ Magazine, and The Daily Beast.
He attended Loyola University in Chicago for her undergraduate degree and later went to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts where he earned his Master's Degree in Dramatic Writing. His career then started as a writer for MTV News and BuzzFeed.
He was listed as one of the "most reliably hilarious and incisive cultural critics writing now" by Nylon Magazine in 2016.
He was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
He created controversy in January of 2017 with statements he wrote about Attorney General Jake Tapper.