Seth Herzog is a popular NYC comedian and actor, who is currently a regular sketch performer and the resident comedian for NBC's "Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon," and formerly of "Late Night." Recently, he hosted two comedy/science shows for the Nat Geo Channel, "Science of Stupid," and "Duck Quacks Don't Echo" (with co-hosts Michael Ian Black & Tom Papa).

Seth was a regular commentator on VH1 for 10 years, and has often popped up on Comedy Central-- performing on "John Oliver's NY Stand Up Show," as a panelist on @Midnight," as well as in parts on "Chappelle Show" & "Stella." Seth also had parts on NBC's "30 Rock," CBS's "Love Monkey," ESPN's "Mayne Street," and E!'s "#1 Single," and has been on a part of three different web series' for IFC. On the big screen, you may have seen him in "Role Models," "Prime," "The Winning Season," "The Baxter" "The Ten," "In the Weeds," & "Safe Men," and soon as one of the stars of the upcoming comedy feature, "Boy Band." He’s also been a regular panelist on MSNBC's "The Beat with Ari Melber," and Fox's "Red Eye with Tom Shillue."

Seth is the producer and host of the much-beloved, long-running downtown NYC comedy showcase "Sweet," (which was profiled in the NY Times recently), and opened for Jimmy Fallon on his, "Clean Cut Comedy" Tour.