Jimmy Shubert has built an impressive resume as an actor, for a touring Comedian. He can be seen in a movie entitled "American Nightmares" with Danny Trejo, Vivica Fox and, Jay Morh on Cinemax. He also just wrapped filming scenes in a new movie entitled "Puppy Love" with Hopper Penn, Michael Madsen and, Rosanne Arquette heading for a major theatrical release. As a comedian, he is one of the busiest comedians working today. After becoming a finalist on NBC's "Last Comic Standing" and, being seen on Comedy Central as the closing act on Dave Atell's Comedy Underground. He also just wrapped post-production on his brand new hour special entitled "Zero Tolerance" - soon to be seen on a premium cable network. From headlining A-list comedy clubs, casinos, theaters across the country. Shubert's New-hour special 'Zero Tolerance" is a theatrical presentation of Shubert's stand-up persona of a blue-collar working man's man. He combines the outlook of a modern-day Archie Bunker with an utterly real world sensibility to create signature pieces of comedy, on Therapy cats, Smart Phones, Male grooming and, the dumbing down of America. Shubert loves playing the part of a pop culture Iconoclast. In television, Shubert is also known for his recurring role on "King of Queens" for five years and several appearances on "Entourage". Jimmy has a wide range as an actor and has played everything from a prison guard in a hostage crisis to a murder victim on "Monk." He's worked with such marquee names as Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Charlize Theron, Katie Holmes, Kevin James, James Caan, Robin Williams. On the small screen, He has guest starred on IFC's "Maron" ABC's "Back in the game" with James Caan, on the CBS comedy "2 Broke Girls", He appeared on Disney's hit show "Zeke and Luther" as Bobby Dicey"-World's Greatest Daredevil, and "Barely Legal" a pilot presentation about a dysfunctional family law firm, other TV credits include " "Heist," "The Loop," "ER," "Reno 911," "Rude Awakenings," "Angel," "Lucky," "New Car Smell," "Sonny with a chance" and "Youth In Revolt." It was Jimmy's performance as the lollipop-sucking strip club bouncer Vic Jr. in Columbia Pictures' "Go", directed by Doug Liman, that jump started his film career. He has since landed roles in numerous films such as Jerry Bruckheimer's "Coyote Ugly," Fox Searchlight Pictures' "One Hour Photo", "The Italian Job", and "Mr. and Mrs. Smith". Jimmy recorded his first half-hour special for Comedy Central Presents at the Hudson Theater in New York City, which received rave reviews from critics and a standing ovation from the discerning New York audience. In addition, he has released three comedy albums, "Animal Instincts" "Pandemonium" & "Alive & kickin," and soon to be released "Zero Tolerance" the Audio that accompanies the soon to be released special produced by Grammy-winning producer Dan Schlissel and Stand Up Records. Jimmy has performed all over the United States twice, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Korea and, he along with Drew Carey, performed for the troops in the Middle East and Afghanistan as part of the "America Supports You" program for the Defense Department.Jimmy currently resides in Los Angeles.