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In June 2008, Ansari was announced as the first cast hire for NBC's new comedy from producers of The Office.The show, Parks and Recreation, debuted in April 2009 with Ansari portraying government employee Tom Haverford.
This led to acting roles in feature films, including Funny People; I Love You, Man; Observe and Report; and 30 Minutes or Less.His character was an underachieving government official with extreme self-confidence and dreams of being successful.He was a main character of the show for its seven seasons. Ansari stars as Dev Shah in the Netflix original series Master of None, created and written with Parks and Recreation writer Alan Yang. The 10-episode series premiered on November 6, 2015, to very positive reviews.In mid-2006, MTV greenlit a sketch series from the group, which debuted April 5, 2007.The show completed two seasons and the group was offered a third season, but it opted to pursue other opportunities.With his Golden Globe win, Ansari became the first Asian-American actor ever to win a Golden Globe for acting in television.
Ansari began his career performing stand-up comedy in New York City in mid-2000 while attending New York University.
He had a recurring role in season eight of the ABC sitcom Scrubs as Ed, a new intern at the hospital.
Ansari's character was written off the show so he could work on Parks and Recreation.
Ansari has made appearances in several films, including Get Him to the Greek, I Love You, Man, 30 Minutes or Less, and Observe and Report.
In the summer of 2009, Ansari appeared in the Judd Apatow film Funny People with Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen.
Apatow liked Ansari's character, "Randy", and commissioned him and Human Giant collaborator Jason Woliner to create online shorts centered around his character, to promote the film.