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Thomas Middleditch stars in "Silicon Valley" on HBO as Richard.

Born in British Columbia, Canada, Thomas Middleditch made his way to the land of the free first by way of Chicago, where he studied and worked at iO (formerly Improv Olympic) and The Second City. He performed with groups like Bullet Lounge, Baby Wants Candy, and was a founding member of The Improvised Shakespeare Co. Middleditch then went to New York City and mixed it up with United Citizen Brigade's The Law Firm, Diamond Lion, and Gravid Water — the latter two also having runs currently at UCB Los Angeles. He also frequently sits in with Death by Roo Roo and appears in the "illusive Snowpants" show.

On the big screen, Middleditch can be seen in "The Campaign," starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, "Fun Size" with Victoria Justice, Johnny Knoxville and Chelsea Handler, the independent romantic comedy "Splinterheads," opposite Rachael Taylor, Paul Weitz's "Being Flynn," alongside Paul Dano, Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore, and "Search Party."

On television, Middleditch has appeared in episodes of "The Pete Holmes Show," "Trophy Wife," "Key and Peele," "The Office" and "The League."

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