Open main menu

Wikipedia β

Nick Rutherford

Nicholas Rutherford (born 1985) is an American actor, comedian, writer, and co-founder of the sketch comedy group Good Neighbor. He regularly performs stand up and sketch comedy all around Los Angeles and New York.[citation needed] He was a writer for Saturday Night Live.[1][2]

Nick Rutherford
Born 1985
Education University of Southern California
Occupation Actor, Comedian, Writer
Website Official website


Early lifeEdit

Rutherford is originally from Thousand Oaks, California.[3] He attended college at the University of Southern California. There, he performed improv and sketch comedy with collegiate group, Commedus Interruptus.[citation needed]


Good NeighborEdit

In 2007, Rutherford came to together with Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, and Dave McCary to form the sketch comedy group Good Neighbor.[4] Some of their videos include "My Mom's a MILF", "Is My Roommate Gay?", "Outrageous Fun", "420 Disaster", "This is How We Trip", "Toast", and "Unbelievable Dinner", a sketch based on the movie Hook.

Talking Marriage with Ryan BaileyEdit

On April 30, 2014, Nick was a guest on Ryan Bailey's webseries Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey.

Rutherford now lends his talents to FOX as he is both a voice actor and writer for the animated Sunday show at 9:30 Golan the Insatiable where he wrote the fourth episode in the 2015 season, "Shell Raiser."


  1. ^ McCarthy, Sean L. (2014). "SNL hires Nick Rutherford to reunite, write with his Good Neighbor mates". The Comic's Comic. Retrieved 2015-10-22. 
  2. ^ Robinson, Will (2015-09-21). "'SNL' writers shuffle: Mike O'Brien leaves, six newcomers added". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2015-10-22. 
  3. ^ "Nick Rutherford". Upright Citizens Brigade. Retrieved October 2, 2016. 
  4. ^ Violette, James (2011-01-23). "Student comedy group grabs attention". Daily Trojan. University of Southern California. Retrieved 2015-10-22. 

External linksEdit