George Basil

George William Basil is an American actor and producer.

George Basil
George William Basil

Baltimore, MD
  • Actor
  • Producer
Years active2011–present

Early life

Basil grew up outside Baltimore in Essex.[1] After his family moved to Greece, being of age he stayed and worked briefly as a chef after graduating high school.[1]

After seeing a flyer for the Big Stinkin' International Improv & Sketch Comedy Festival, Basil moved to Austin.[1] There he worked as a bartender and at a pirate radio station.[1] He took an improv class which inspired him to move to New York City.[1]

In NYC, Basil briefly studied at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre before focusing his time more at Magnet Theater.[1] For money, he worked at the Apple store, before he began getting acting work.[1]


As an actor Basil is best-known for such films as Man Underground[2] and television roles in series such as Flaked,[3] Wrecked,[4] and Crashing.[5]

Personal life

Basil has one daughter and resides in Highland Park.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
2013 Farah Goes Bang Jared
2014 Welcome to Me Technical Director No. 2
2014 Newsers Karl TV Movie
2014 Love is Relative Ryan TV Movie
2016 Man Underground Willem Koda
2017 Village People Mike


Year Title Role Notes
2013 The Pete Holmes Show Wolverine Episode: "Kumail Nanjiani"
2015 Adam Ruins Everything Serial Killer Episode: "Serial Killer"
2016 Tween Fest Cootis Episode: "The Week Between""
2016 The Good Place Andy Episode: "Tahani Al-Jamil"
2016 You're the Worst Chip Episode: "The Inherent, Unsullied Qualitative Value of Anything"
2016 No Tomorrow Jesse Holliday 5 episodes
2016–present Flaked Cooler 14 episodes
2016–2018 Wrecked Chet 11 episodes
2017–present Crashing Leif Over 4 episodes
2017 "Ghost Story Club" Wally Episode: "The Haunted Interstate"
2017 SMILF George Episode: "Half a Sheet Cake & a Blue-Raspberry Slushie"
2019 Santa Clarita Diet André Episode: "Zombody"


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