Jon Gabrus Bio, Age, Wife, Podcast, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows


Jon Gabrus is an American actor and comedian best known for his work on Guy Code, the Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast, and TVLand’s Younger. In addition to co-hosting Raised By TV and Action Boyz podcasts, he performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and presents the High and Mighty podcast.


He is 42 years old as of 31 January 2024. He was born in 1982 in Long Island, New York, United States.

Family – Education

Jonathan Gabrus grew up in Bellmore, Long Island. He attended Wellington C. Mepham High School and was a member of the football and swimming teams. Gabrus worked as a lifeguard at Field 6, Jones Beach State Park, during the summers while attending school. Gabrus went to Marist College after graduation and played rugby for the club. Gabrus’s admissions essay was about Popeye.


Gabrus participated in the CollegeHumor short-form game show “Um, Actually” in 2015. On the HeadGum network, which is run by Amir Blumenfeld and Jake Hurwitz, he also started hosting the podcast High and Mighty. He is a regular on the Comedy Bang! Bang! and improv4humans podcasts. In the latter, he portrays Gino Lombardo, the extremely slender intern of host Scott Aukerman. It was announced on September 25, 2015, that Gabrus and Paul Lieberstein would co-write a half-hour spy comedy for Fox, with Gabrus possibly starring in the production.

The Hotwives

He appeared as Junior, Leona’s adult son who is entirely dependent on her in the American sitcom The Hotwives. On July 15, 2014, the whole first season became available on Hulu. Season one of The Pop channel’s television series premiered in January 2015. On September 12, 2015, Netflix launched Season One in the UK and Ireland. Weekly episodes of The Hotwives of Las Vegas’s second season premiered on August 18, 2015. The series airs on “Canal+Series” in France.

Jon Gabrus together with his wife Tiffany Gabrus
Jon Gabrus together with his wife Tiffany Gabrus

Danielle Schneider and Dannah Phirman conceived the series. Executive producers Paul Scheer and Jonathan Stern are involved. Hulu’s initiative to create original scripted content includes this. The Bravo program is a scripted spoof of the reality television series The Real Housewives. The reality TV parody series showcases the apparently exclusive and glamorous world of “hot housewives” from various locations each season, following the women as they fight over everything from their love of shoes to plastic surgery and the desire to spend all of their husbands’ money.


He appeared as Gabe, one of Josh’s nerdy friends in the American comedy-drama television series Younger. The plot, which is set in New York City, centers on Liza Miller’s personal and professional life. She is a single woman in her 40s who learned that her only daughter has chosen to reside in India permanently after a tumultuous divorce from her husband, who is an avid gambler.

Liza comes up with a scheme to deceive others into thinking she is twentysomething in order to re-enter the ageist publishing industry after she runs across 26-year-old tattoo artist Josh, who thinks she and he are the same age. She befriends her coworker Kelsey Peters and works as Diana Trout’s assistant in the Empirical Press marketing chief position. She must, however, manage her dual existence because there are moments when her old and new lives intersect.

Craig of the Creek

He provides Craig of the Creek with Paintball Benny’s voice. Paintball Mike’s older brother and fiercest adversary, Paintball Benny is a Creek Kid and the head of the seventh-grade paintball team. J.P. claims that he shot Mike in the “noo-noo,” starting the paintball battle between the sixth and seventh graders.

Paintball Though he is taller and has freckles, Benny resembles his brother in every way, including having blond hair, wearing an army cap, and an eyepatch. In addition, he’s dressed in brown jeans, dark brown combat boots, and a grayish-brown shirt. His right eyebrow appears to be a line of green paint, indicating that he either painted himself a new eyebrow or got paint on it during combat.


♦ 2011 – A Kiss for Jed
♦ 2013 – Awful Nice
♦ 2015 – 4th Man Out
♦ 2016 – Flock of Dudes
♦ 2017 – The Little Hours
♦ 2018 – Game Over, Man!
♦ 2019 – Scare Package
♦ 2019 – Bombshell
♦ 2020 – Bad Hair
♦ 2024 – Drugstore June


TV Shows

♦ 2014–2015 – Comedy Bang! Bang!
♦ 2015 – Workaholics
♦ 2015 – Playing House
♦ 2015–2017 – Adam Ruins Everything
♦ 2015 – The Hotwives of Las Vegas
♦ 2015–2016 – Younger
♦ 2016 – Bajillion Dollar Propertie$
♦ 2016 – Bones
♦ 2017 – Big Mouth
♦ 2018–2019 – Drunk History
♦ 2018 – Another Period
♦ 2018–2022 – Craig of the Creek
♦ 2018 – Animals.
♦ 2019 – What We Do in the Shadows
♦ 2019 – Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show
♦ 2020 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine
♦ 2020 – American Dad!
♦ 2021 – Pretty Smart
♦ 2022 – Maggie