Ozeri started his comedy career with the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, and has continued to collaborate with many fellow UCB actors, including Ben Schwartz, Jon Daly, and Adam Pally. In addition to his television writing, he has gained attention for making short, surreal videos released via Snapchat. He has also garnered attention for stunts involving watching marathons of the entirety of the television shows Two and a Half Men and Entourage.
In April 2019, he was announced as a main cast member in an NBC pilot, Friends-in-Law.
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