ABOUT

DREW DROEGE is best known for his online parody videos of downtown indie darling Chloë Sevigny, featured in Entertainment Weekly, The Advocate, TimeOut New York, OUT magazine's Out 100, Marc Jacobs’ 2016 Spring campaign, and HBO's Wigstock documentary, "Wig". 

 

He played Mr. Dennis, the drama teacher, on Paramount Network's "Heathers" and has recurred on "Search Party", "Bob's Burgers", "Drunk History", "Gloop World", "IdiotSitter", "Key and Peele", "Comedy Bang! Bang!", and Logo's "Cocktails And Classics". Other TV credits include "Bless The Harts", "Q-Force", "Now Apocalypse", "Teachers", "Transparent,” "Life In Pieces", "Nobodies", "Bajillion Dollar Properties", “2 Broke Girls,” “House Of Lies,” “Kroll Show,” “New Girl,” “Happy Endings,” and “How I Met Your Mother". He is also the voice of Pia, one of the villains, on the reboot of the popular video game, "Battletoads". He's appeared in the films "El Tonto", "The Never List", "Ideal Home", "The 4th", "The Circle", "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse", "You’re Killing Me", and "Eating Out: Drama Camp". Web series: "The Disgustings", "Eastsiders", "#Adulting" (Indie Series Award, Best Guest Actor), "Not Looking", "Matt & Dan", "GoGo Boy Interrupted", "Planet Unicorn". He also wrote for Netflix's "AJ And The Queen" and "Big Mouth".

 

Drew has written and performed five solo shows, including "Happy Birthday Doug" (Off-Broadway, Soho Playhouse 2020, directed by Tom DeTrinis), "Bright Colors And Bold Patterns" (Off-Broadway, Soho Playhouse 2017-18, directed by Michael Urie), "Bad Education", "Drugs!", and "Good Evening America". He received the Outstanding Performance award at Outfest Los Angeles in 2018 for the BroadwayHD capture of "Bright Colors And Bold Patterns" (available to watch on broadwayhd.com).

 

He is an alum of The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade theaters in Los Angeles, where he performs regularly. Other LA theatre credits include Charles Busch's "Die, Mommie, Die!", Justin Sayre's "Ravenswood Manor", Matt Wilkas & Mark Setlock's "Born To Win", Julie Brown's "The Homecoming Queen's Got A Musical", long-running drag "The Golden Girlz", and musical parodies of "Troop Beverly Hills" and "The Devil Wears Prada". He hosted two podcasts, "Glitter in the Garbage" for EarWolf and “Drew Droege’s Minor Revelations”, which will be coming back soon.