Ben Giroux Biography
Comedic actor/director Ben Giroux’s viral digital content has collectively amassed over 200 million views globally. After creating the celebratory music video phenomenon “Back to the 90s” that soared to 95 million views, Giroux and indie hip-hop artist Jensen Reed charted on Billboard, joined the Backstreet Boys in Las Vegas in June 2017, and formed the comedic hip-hop duo “Ben & Jensen”. On camera, Giroux recurs as The Toddler on Nickelodeon’s “Henry Danger”, Coach Fener on Netflix’s “The Big Show Show”, Superintendent Bonavich on Disney’s “Coop & Cami Ask The World”, Little Zach on the CW’s “Hart of Dixie”, and the Dark Warrior on Disney’s “Mighty Med”. He has appeared in over 100 episodes of television including appearances on “Will & Grace” (NBC), “NCIS” (CBS), “Bones” (FOX), “Psych” (USA), “House, M.D.” (FOX), “Anger Management” (FX), “2 Broke Girls” (CBS), “Sam and Cat” (Nickelodeon), “Best Friends Whenever” (Disney), “Weird Loners” (FOX), “Family Tree” (HBO), and more. As a voice actor, Giroux stars as Robin in “Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” from Warner Brothers Animation and Mikey Munroe in Butch Hartman’s Nickelodeon animated series “Bunsen is a Beast”. He also voices multiple characters in Amazon’s “Rocky & Bullwinkle” reboot as well as Nickelodeon’s “The Adventures of Kid Danger”, “The Loud House”, and “Blaze & The Monster Machines”. Giroux has collaborated with some of the biggest comedy directors in entertainment including The Farrelly Brothers, Christopher Guest, and David O’Russell. Behind the camera, he has directed dozens of commercials, short films, and music videos – most recently show-running, writing, and directing the “That Totally Made Up Comedy Show” pilot for the CW network. Giroux is also the show-runner, writer, and director for the Facebook Watch series “We Need to Talk” starring MTV’s Nev Schulman (“Catfish: The TV Show”). On stage, Giroux travels the country yearly with “American Idol” and “So You Think You Can Dance” alumni, starring in comedy holiday pantos for Nigel Lythgoe and Lythgoe Family Productions. Under his Small Red Cape production banner, Giroux is currently developing multiple optioned television properties with his writing partner, comedic actor Arnie Pantoja.