Sean Kleier cut his teeth in the New York City comedy scene, performing stand-up and improv in clubs and bars all over Manhattan and Brooklyn. He garnered attention for his unique take on social and political events, and his sketch comedy has appeared on UpWorthy, Funny or Die, The Huffington Post, CBS News, Time.com, and others. A theater actor since he was a child in his native Kentucky, Kleier has recently made his mark on television with appearances on Happyish, Hey Girl, Madam Secretary, and The Affair. Film credits include The Intern, Hudson Tribes, and yet to be released After Party. In addition to acting, Kleier writes and directs for the creative agency, Motiv Creative, which he founded with his brother. Representing civic-minded non-profits, the duo has run a satirical candidate for senate, developed viral PSAs for women's rights and have been featured on Fox and Friends, TODAY, CBS Sunday Morning, and others. To date, their content has collected a cumulative 41 million views.
Kleier attended Bowdoin College where he majored in history, minored in Film Studies, captained the baseball team, and participated in his college improv troupe.