Native New Yorker actor/comedian Corey Allen Kotler, who was featured in Taylor Swift’s Wildest Dreams video is a sketch comedy regular on late night talk shows; The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! & MTV Movie Awards using his facial ambidextrous comedic chops honed from training w/Chicago’s Second City & legendary NYC stand-up venues; The Bitter End, Village Gate & The Apollo Theater. Bamboozling Howard Stern into believing he was an actual authentic Hasidic Rabbi, Rabbi Chaim Goldwasser, Kotler made his unorthodox television debut in 1991. Corey Allen Kotler was born and raised in Bayside, Queens, New York. During his freshman year at Nassau Community College he broke into stand-up comedy. Kotler debuted on an episode of ‘the Howard Stern Show’ on WWOR TV. Corey relocated to Chicago to study improvisation with the legendary Second City where his teachers included a young unknown Steve Carell. While in Chicago, he was cast as an original member of the hit play, Tony & Tina’s Wedding. After a year with the company, he decided to move back to New York and finish college. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting at the CW Post Campus of Long Island University. Since relocating to Los Angeles, Corey’s more recent television highlights include: Heroes, Ugly Betty, ER, Nip/Tuck, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Rizzoli and Isles and Jimmy Kimmel Live! MTV Movie Awards, Teen Choice Awards as well as various sketches on The Tonight Show. Corey’s also appeared in over 22 national TV commercials as well as numerous independent films.
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